Still, Julie M. and Kelly A. Lelito. “I Exist Only to Serve: The Bene Gesserit and Informal Power,” in To Boldly Go: Leadership, Strategy, and Conflict in the 21st Century and Beyond. (Ed. by Jonathan Klug and Steven Leonard). Philadelphia: Casemate, 2021, pp. 144-150.

Kannegiser, Samantha and Julie M. Still. “Literature Review: Library Services to Transfer Students,” in Transfer Student Success: Academic Library Outreach and Engagement. (Ed. by Nancy Fawley, Ann Marshall, and Mark Robison). Chicago: American Library Association, 2021, pp. xvii-xxiii

Still, Julie M. “Mille Pompons! Fantômette, the Famous, Unknown, Schoolgirl Superhero,” Jeunessse: Young People, Texts, Cultures 12 #1 (2020): 168-183. Available at:

Still, Julie M. and Zara T. Wilkinson (eds.).  Buffy to Batgirl: Essays on Female Power, Evolving Femininity and Gender Roles in Science Fiction and Fantasy.  McFarland, 2019.

Still, Julie.  “Victorian-era Philly Bicycle Routes Now Available Online,” Hidden City Philadelphia, 07/11/2018.  Available at:

Still, Julie.  “Nancy Drew and the Ivory Tower:  Early Academic Study of the Girl Detective,” Clues:  A Journal of Detection 35 #1 (2017): 75-84.

Still, Julie M. and Zara Wilkinson.  “Organizing an Academic Conference:  Another Form of Service,” College & Research Library News 76#8 (Sept 2015): 448-451.

Still, Julie M.  “Trips Awheel:  Historical Bike Routes in Pennsylvania and New Jersey,” The Philadelphia Inquirer Bike Route Narratives,” Proceedings of the International Cycling History Conference  25 (2015): 174-179.

Still, Julie M.  Managing Your Brand:  Career Management and Personal PR for Librarians.  Chandos, 2015.

Still, Julie M.  “A History of Reference,” in Reinventing Reference:  How Libraries Deliver Value in the Age of Google.  (ed. by Katie Elson Anderson and Vibiana Bowman Cvetkovic).  Chicago:  American Library Association, 2015, pp. 2-12.

Wilkinson, Zara, and Julie M. Still, “Use of Librarians as Occupational Study Populations in Social Science Research,” Library Review 63 #1/2 (2014):  2-14.

Anderson, Katie Elson, and Julie M. Still, “Librarians’ Use of Images on Libguides and Other Social Media Platforms,” Journal of Web Librarianship 7 #3 (2013): 272-291.

Anderson, Katie Elson, and Julie M. Still, “An Introduction to Google+,” Library Hi Tech News 28 #8 (2011): 7-10.

Still, Julie M.  “Librarian as Fair Witness: A Comparison of Heinlein’s Futuristic Occupation and Today’s Evolving Information Professional,” Libres:  Library and Information Science Research Electronic Journal 21 #1 (March 2011), available at:

Still, Julie, “Feminist Barbie:  Mattel’s Remakes of Classic Tales,” MP:  An Online Feminist Journal 3 #2 (Fall 2010):  available at: (delayed from an earlier issue)

Still, Julie, “The Good Wives:  Infidelity and the Political Wife,” MP:  An Online Feminist Journal 3 #2 (Fall2010) available at:

Kauffman, Fran, and Julie Still, “Professional Organizations’ Recommendations Regarding Intellectual Honesty,” in Stop the Plagiarism:  A Guide to Understanding and Prevention (ed. By Vibiana Bowman Cvetkovic and Katie Elson Anderson).  NY:  Neal-Schuman Publishers, Inc. 2010.  pp. 137-150.

Still, Julie, “Women and Sisters in Civil War Domestic Fiction: Harper’s New Monthly Magazine and the Southern Literary MessengerMP:  An Online Feminist Journal 2 #6 (February 2010):

Still, Julie, “Examples of the Use of Gendered and Biased Language, with Particular Reference to Sexual Abuse of Women and Girls,” MP:  An Online Feminist Journal 1 #2 (January 2008): 47-54.

Still, Julie.  The Accidental Fundraiser. Medford, NJ: Information Today, Inc., 2007.

Still, Julie.  “History” in Scholarly Resources for Children and Childhood Studies (ed. By Vibiana Bowman.)  Lanham, MD:  Scarecrow Press, 2007, pp. 170-182.

Still, Julie, “How Resourceful Librarians Can Keep Records to Promote Their Work,” Marketing Library Services 19 #3 (May / June 2005): 1, 4-5.

Still, Julie, “Reading Between the Lines: Librarians as Authors of Fiction” Libres: Library and Information Science Research Electronic Journal 15 #1 (March 2005). available at:

Still, Julie, “How You Can Influence Your Local Legislators,” Marketing Library Services 18 #3 (May/June 2004): 1-3.

Still, Julie. “Marian Goes to Washington:  A Political Primer for Librarians,” Computers in Libraries 2004 Collected Presentations. Medford, NJ: Information Today, Inc 2004, pp. 242-247.

Still, Julie.  The Accidental Webmaster. Information Today, Inc., 2003.

Still, Julie.  “Campaign Web Pages,” The Forum:  News and Research for Southern New Jersey’s Public Administrators 9 #1 (Fall 2001): 8-10.

Still, Julie, “Content Analysis of University Library Web Sites in English Speaking Countries,” Online Information Review 25 #3 (2001): 160-164.

Still, Julie [ed.] Creating Web Accessible Databases: Case Studies for Libraries, Museums and Other Non‑Profits. Information Today, Inc., 2001.

Still, Julie, “Arts and Humanities,” in Government Online: One Click Access to 3,400 Federal and State Websites (ed. by John Maxymuk). Chicago, Neal‑Schuman, 2001, pp. 235-251.

Still, Julie, “Full‑Text Electronic Literature,” in Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science (ed. by Allen Kent). NY: Marcel Kedder, Inc., 2000, vol. 70,supp. 33, pp. 119-128.

Still, Julie, “Divided by a Common Language: A Look at University Web Sites in English Speaking Countries,” Proceedings of the Twenty-First National Online Meeting.  Medford, NJ, Information Today, Inc., 2000, pp. 429-431.

Still, Julie and Vibiana Kassabian, “Selecting Full-Text Undergraduate Periodicals Databases,” EContent 22 #6 (December 1999): 57-65

Cohen, Laura and Julie Still, “A Comparison of Research University and Two-Year College Library Web Sites: Content, Functionality and Form,” College & Research Libraries 60 #3 (May 1999): 275-289.

Still, Julie and Vibiana Kassabian, “The Mole’s Dilemma: Ethical Aspects of Public Internet Access in Academic Libraries,” Internet Reference Services Quarterly 4 #3 (1999): 7-22.

Still, Julie and Vibiana Kassabian, “Searching for Bill and Jane: Literary Texts Online,” Database 21 #5 (October/November 1998): 14-24.

Still, Julie, “The Role and Image of the Library and Librarians in Discipline-Specific Pedagogical Journals,” Journal of Academic Librarianship 24 #3 (May 1998): 225-231.

Still, Julie, “Barbarians at the Gates: Ethical Considerations of Public Access Internet Stations,” Proceedings of Computers in Libraries ‘98.  Information Today, Inc., 1998, pp. 166-169.

Still, Julie, “Beguines in Outer Space, or, the Undergraduate Research Process,” History Teacher 31 #1 (November 1997): 109‑116.

Still, Julie “The Database of Classical Bibliography,” Database 20 #3 (June/July 1997): 76‑8.

Still, Julie (ed.) The Library Web.  Information Today, Inc., 1997.

Cruser, Paul and Julie Still, “Information Retrieval and Assessment as a Required Part of the Freshman Experience,” English in Texas 28 #2 (Winter 1997): 32-41.

Still, Julie, “Designing Outstanding Web Pages,” Proceedings of the Twelfth Integrated Online Library Systems Meeting.  Information Today, Inc., 1997, pp. 127-130.

Still, Julie, “Multifaceted Evaluation of User Education, “New Ways of ‘Learning the Library’ and Beyond: Papers and Session materials Presented at the 23rd National LOEX Library Instruction Conference.  Pierian Press, 1996, pp. 133-143.

Still, Julie, “A Comparison of Online Search Strategy as Presented in British and American Textbooks,” Microcomputers for Information Management 13 #3/4 (1996): 301-310.

Still, Julie, “The Anthropology of Online Search Strategy Formation: A Study of Four Countries,” Online & CD-ROM Review: The International Journal of Online, Optical and Networked Technology 20 #2 (April 1996): 59-66.

Still, Julie, “Integrating Internet into Reference,” New Jersey Libraries 28 #2 (Spr 1995): 19-21.

Still, Julie [ed]. The Internet Library:  Case Studies of Internet Management and Use.  Mecklermedia, 1994

Still, Julie, “Multilingual and International Databases,” CD‑ROM Professional (Nov 1993): 72‑76.

Still, Julie, “How Online is Taught in British and American Library Schools:  A Comparison,” Proceedings of the Fourteenth National Online Meeting.  Medford, N.J.:  Learned Information, 1993, pp.409‑413.

Still, Julie and Jan Alexander, “Integrating Internet into Reference: Policy Issues,” College and Research Libraries News 54 #3 (March 1993): 139‑140.

Still, Julie and Frank Campbell, “Librarian in a Box:  The Use of Electronic Mail for Reference,” Reference Services Review 21 #1 (1993): 15‑18.

Still, Julie, “ABC‑CLIO’s History Databases on CD‑ROM,” CD‑ROM Professional 5 #3 (May 1992): 83‑86.

Still, Julie, “Further Investigations of Cultural Differences in Online Search Strategy Formation,” Proceedings of the 15th International Online Information Meeting.  Medford, N.J.:  Learned Information, 1991, p. 393‑397.

Still, Julie, “The Use of EasyNet in Academic and Public Libraries,” Online 15 #5 (September 1991): 34‑37.

Still, Julie, “Cultural Differences in Online Search Strategy Formation,” Proceedings of the Twelfth National Online Meeting, Medford, NJ:  Learned Information, 1991, pp. 386‑389.

Still, Julie, “Sociofile as a Tool in Historical Research,” Database 14 #3 (June 1991): 59‑61.

Still, Julie, “An American Librarian in Oxford,” Southeastern Librarian 40 #4 (Winter 1990):  171‑173.

Still, Julie, “A Boring Approach to Library Research:  Boring’s Mother‑in‑Law as an Introduction to Psychology Sources” Research Strategies 8 #2 (Spring 1990): 85‑89.

Still, Julie, “Library Services to Transfer Students,” Community and Junior College Libraries 7 #1 (1990): 49‑53.

Still, Julie, “Common Command Language ‑‑ A User’s View,” Online ’89 Conference Proceedings, Weston, Connecticut:  Learned Information, Inc., 1989, pp. 146‑150.

Still, Julie, “The Vertical File in Academic Libraries,” Show‑Me Libraries, 39 #4 (Spring 1988): 36‑38.

Still, Julie and Matt Dacy, “The Name Above the Door,” Missouri Alumnus, May/June 1982, p.20‑21.