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Holly Reiter: Profile

Professional Service

  • Co-chair, Transitions to College Committee, Library Instruction RoundTable, ALA (2018-)
  • Member, Management and Leadership Committee, Instruction Section, ACRL (2017-)

Selected Publications & Presentations

Books & chapters

Luetkenhaus, H. & Weinsten, Z. (2019). Austentatious: The Evolving World of Jane Austen Fans. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press.

Luetkenhaus, H., Upson, M., & Colquhoun, C. (2019). No such thing as neutral: Rethinking Undergraduate Instruction and Outreach in a Time of ‘Post-truth.’ Libraries Promoting Reflective Dialogue in a Time of Political Polarization. Eds. Andrea Baer, Ellysa Cahoy, & Bob Schroeder. ACRL. Available at:

Luetkenhaus, H., Peters, D., & Upson, M. (In production). Campus Revolution: Engaging in Critical Information Literacy through the Examination of Race, Gender, and Free Speech during the 1960s. Teaching Undergraduates with Archives. Eds. Nancy Bartlett & Cinda Nofziger.


Luetkenhaus, H., Hvizdak, E., Johnson, C., & Schiller, N. (2017). Measuring Library Impacts through First Year Course Assessment. Communications in Information Literacy 11(2), 339-353. Available at:

Luetkenhaus, H. (2017). Redesigning the Library Scavenger Hunt for First-Year Seminar Students. E-Source for College Transitions 14(3), 1-4. Available at:

Luetkenhaus, H., Borrelli, S., & Johnson, C. (2015). First Year Course Programmatic Assessment: Final Essay Information Literacy Analysis. Reference & User Services Quarterly, 55(1), 49-60. doi:


Luetkenhaus, H. (2018). Scaffolding Information Literacy and Critical Pedagogy in the First Year." 37th Annual Conference on the First Year Experience. San Antonio, TX.

Upson, M., Luetkenhaus, H., and Colquhoun, C. (2017). Intentionally Disruptive: Developing and Delivering a Critical Information Literacy Course. Oklahoma Association of College and Research Libraries Conference. Tulsa, OK.

Hvizdak, E., Luetkenhaus, H., & Johnson, C. (2016). Knowing the Lay of the Land: First-Year Course Programmatic Assessment Creates Benchmarking of Student Information Literacy Skills. Library Instruction West Conference. Salt Lake City, UT.

Luetkenhaus, H., & Weinstein, Z. (2016) You're Only a Secondary Character if You Let Yourself Be: Rewriting Lydia Bennet in The Lizzie Bennet DiariesPop Culture Association Conference. Seattle, WA.