Publications & Media
Silk, K. (2014). Mischief managed: A brief introduction to data management. Feliciter, 60(2), 13-14,17.
Note: Issues of CLA’s Feliciter are available via your public library’s subscription to Canadian Business & Current Affairs Database
Stolarick, K. and Silk, K. (2013) So Much More: The Economic Impact of the Toronto Public Library on the City of Toronto. Martin Prosperity Institute, University of Toronto.
Stolarick, K. and Silk, K. (2013) The Economic Value of the Toronto Public Library to Toronto: Literature Review. Martin Prosperity Institute, University of Toronto.
Silk, K. and Whyte-Appleby, J. (2010) Open Data, Open City. Toronto Election 2010: Discussion Paper #6. Martin Prosperity Institute, University of Toronto.
Silk, K. (2001, Sep). Tapping into the power of the web: Four Canadian schools that stand out. Teach, , Insert 10-11.
Schengili-Roberts, K. and Silk, K. (1999) The Advanced HTML Companion, 2nd edition. AP Professional.
Lankes, R. D. (2016). The New Librarianship Field Guide. Cambridge, MA ; London, England: The MIT Press.
Affelt, A. (2015). The Accidental Data Scientist: Big Data Applications and Opportunities for Librarians and Information Professionals. Medford, New Jersey: Information Today Inc.
Amy Affelt. (2014). “Acting on Big Data: A Data Scientist Role for Info Pros”. Online Searcher 38(5), September/October 2014. Available at http://www.infotoday.com/OnlineSearcher/Issue/4769-September-October-2014.shtml.
David Rider. (2013). “Putting a book value on Toronto’s public libraries”. Toronto Star, June 19, 2013. Retrieved June 20, 2013 from http://www.thestar.com/news/city_hall/2013/06/18/toronto_library_study_aims_to_put_a_dollar_figure_on_their_value.html.