Polger, M.A. (2019) Library Marketing Basics. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers. (forthcoming)
Polger, M.A., & Sheidlower, S.A. (2017) Engaging Diverse Learners: Teaching Strategies for Academic Librarians. Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited.
Sich, D., & Polger, M. A. (2019). How to Assess Students’ Social Media Preferences: A Comparison at Two Academic Institutions. In Nina Verishagen (Ed.), Social Media: An Academic Library Perspective (forthcoming). New York, NY: Elsevier. (forthcoming)
Chao, S., Evans, B., Phillips, R., Polger, M. A., Posner, B., & Sexton, E. (2017). The CUNY-Shanghai Library Faculty Exchange Program: Remembering, Reflecting, and Reshaping How We Do Our Jobs. In C. Constantinou, M. J. Miller, & K. Schlesinger (Eds.), International Librarianship: Developing Professional, Intercultural, and Educational Leadership (27-40). Albany, NY: SUNY Press.
Polger, M. A. , Okamoto, K. (2012). Selective (and Subtle) Marketing of Library Instruction. In C. Smallwood, V. Gubnitskaia, and K. Harrod (Eds.), Marketing Your Library: Tips and Tools That Work (183-191), New York: McFarland & Company.
Polger, M. A. (2005). Degrassi.ca – Building a Fan Community On -line. In M. Byers (Eds.), Growing Up Degrassi: Television, Identity, and Youth Cultures (255-271). Toronto: Sumach Press.
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
Polger, M.A., Stempler, A.F. (2014). Out with the Old, In with the New: Best Practices for Replacing Library Signage.Public Services Quarterly, 10(2), 67-95.
Polger, M.A.(2014). Controlling our vocabulary: Language consistency in a library context.The Indexer: The International Journal of Indexing.32(1), 32-37.
Polger, M.A., Okamoto, K. (2014). Blending, mixing, and processing: Strategies used to engage students in the classroom. In Proceedings of the 40th Annual LOEX Conference, 3-5 May, 2012, Columbus, Ohio.
Chao, S.J., Evans, B., Phillips, R., Polger, M.A., Posner, B., Sexton, E. (2013) Developing Sustainable International Library Exchange Programs: The CUNY-Shanghai Library Faculty Exchange Model, Metropolitan Universities Journal, 24(3), 102-123.
Polger, M.A., Okamoto, K. (2013). Who’s Spinning the Library? Responsibilities of Academic Librarians who Promote. Library Management, 34(3), 236 – 253
Stempler, A.F.,Polger, M.A. (2013). Do You See the signs?: Evaluating Language, Branding, and Design in a Library signage Audit. Public Services Quarterly, 9(2), 121-135.
Okamoto, K.,Polger, M.A. (2012). Off to Market We Go: A Content Analysis of Marketing and Promotion Skills in Academic Librarian Job Ads, Library Leadership and Management, Volume 26, Issue 2, 1-20.
Polger, M.A. (2011). Student Preference in Library Web Site Vocabulary.Library Philosophy and Practice, 2011 annual issue, 1-16.
Polger, M.A. (2010). The Informationist: Ten Years Later. Journal of Hospital Librarianship, Vol. 10 Issue 4, 363 – 379.
Polger, M.A. (2010). Information Takeout and Delivery: A Case Study Exploring Different Library Service Delivery Models. Journal of Hospital Librarianship, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p3-22.
Polger, M.A., Okamoto, K. (2010). Can’t Anyone Be a Teacher Anyway?”: Student Perceptions of Academic Librarians as Teachers. Library Philosophy and Practice. p. 1-16.
Polger, M.A. (2008). The Danger of Google Health, Access: The official publication of the Ontario Library Association, Vol. 14 Issue 4A, p30-31.
Polger, M.A. (2008). Doctors Using Google: What Happened to Quality Assurance? , Access: The official publication of the Ontario Library Association, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p49-50.
Polger, M.A. (2008). A Librarian in Transition, Access: The official publication of the Ontario Library Association, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p51-52.