a sample of publications and presentations associated with the isquare research program
Hartel, J. & Hicks, D. (in press). Librarian, illustrated. In J. Webb & S. Bendi (Eds.),Visualizing the Library: A Primer on Visual Research Methods in Library and Information Science. London: Facet Publishing.
Hartel, J., Phutane, M., Posa, S., Shi, Z., Xu, A., & Bradshaw, S. (in press). Somewhere over the rainbow: The use of color in the draw-and-write technique. Visual Methodologies.
Hartel, J. (2019). Draw-and-write techniques. In P. Atkinson, S. Delamont, A. Cernat, J.W. Sakshaug, & R.A. Williams (Eds.), SAGE Research Methods Foundations. doi: 10.4135/9781526421036853510
Hartel, J., and Nguyen, A. T. (2018). iSquare dancing: Visual analysis in the classroom and beyond. Education for Information, 34(1), 21-37. [PDF]
Hartel, J., Noone, R., Oh, C., Power, S., Danzanov, S. & Kelly, B. (2018). The iSquare protocol: Combining research, art, and pedagogy through the draw-and-write technique. Qualitative Research, 18(4), 433-450. [PDF]
Hartel, J. (2017). Adventures in visual analysis. The Visual Methodologies Journal (Special Issue: Fourth International Visual Methods Conference), 5(1), 80-91. [PDF]
Hartel, J. & Savolainen, R. (2016). Pictorial metaphors for information. Journal of Documentation, 72(5), 794-812. [PDF]
Hartel, J (2017). Information behaviour, visual research, and the information horizon interview: three ways. Information Research, 22(1), CoLIS paper 1635. Retrieved from http://InformationR.net/ir/22-1/colis/colis1635.html
Hartel, J. (2014). Information behaviour illustrated. In Proceedings of ISIC, the Information Behaviour Conference, Leeds, 2-5 September, 2014: Part 1, (paper isic11). Retrieved from http://InformationR.net/ir/19-4/isic/isic11.html
Hartel, J. (2014). An Arts-informed study of information using the draw-and-write technique. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 65(7), 1349-1367. [PDF]
Hartel, J., Pollock, K., & Noone, R. (2012). A Visual response to the perennial question: What is information? iConference, Toronto, ON.
Hartel, J. (2013). New views of information. Alternative event at the Conceptions of Library and Information Science (8) Conference, Copenhagen, DK (August 2013). With Jens-Erik Mai, Pamela McKenzie, and Michael Olsson. [PDF of proposal]
Hartel, J. (2013). The concept formerly known as information. Panel session at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, Montreal, CA (November 2013). With Marcia J. Bates, Kiersten Latham, and Jens-Erik Mai. [PDF of proposal]
Hartel, J. (2014). iSquares: A new approach to research and education in information science. Webinar hosted by the American Society for Information Science and Technology, February 7, 2014. [Link to ASIS&T Webinars (free to members) with presentation slides]
Hartel, J. (2015). Visualizing information worldwide. Panel at the ASIS&T 2015: 78th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (St. Louis, MO, November 7-12, 2015). With Toni Carbo, Rebecca Noone, Stephanie Power, Pavel Danzenov, and Bridgette Kelly.
Joseph, P. & Hartel, J. (2017). Visualizing information in the records and archives management (RAM) disciplines: Using Engelhardt’s graphical framework. Records Management Journal, 27(3), .234-255. [PDF]
Joseph, P., & Hartel, J. (2015). Visualisation of information. Paper presented at the Australian Society of Archivists Conference: Archives on the Edge (Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, August 18-21, 2015).
Joseph, P., & Hartel, J. (2015). Dreams (visions) of information in RIM. Paper presented at InForum 2015 (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, August 30-September 2, 2015).