Heidenwolf, Terese, and Lijuan Xu. May 2020. Supporting teaching with primary sources at Lafayette College.
Xu, Lijuan. June 2018. Leveraging the Asian Studies project locally.
Xu, Lijuan. November 2017. Research support needs of Asian Studies scholars.
Xu, Lijuan, and Ana Ramirez Luhrs. 2020. From coloring the academic landscape to integral players of the community: Underrepresented minority librarians flexing their service muscles. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 46(6).
Xu, Lijuan, and Benjamin Jahre. 2018. From service providers to collaborators and partners: A non-discipline based approach at a liberal arts college. New Review of Academic Librarianship, 24(3-4), 418-29.
Xu, Lijuan, and Nestor Gil. 2017. Librarians as co-teachers and curators: integrating information literacy in a studio art course at a liberal arts college. Art Documentation: Journal of the Art Libraries Society of North America, 36(1), 122–136. (ALA Library Instruction Round Table top 20 articles in 2017)
Xu, Lijuan. 2017. Establishing a vibrant information literacy program in the absence of curriculum mandate: A case study. International Journal of Librarianship, 2(2), 84-91.
Books and chapters
Xu, Lijuan, ed. In progress. To be published in 2021. Engaging Undergraduates in Primary Source Research. New York: Rowman & Littlefield.
Xu, Lijuan. 2020. Lafayette College: A non-liaison based information literacy program. In The hidden architectures of information literacy programs. Association of College and Research Libraries. 41-51.
Xu, Lijuan, and Tim Silvestri. 2007. “Librarian and faculty collaborations in first-year programs: Re-Imagining the Web in student research.” In Information literacy collaborations that work. New York: Neal Schuman. 193–204.
Jacobson, Trudi, and Lijuan Xu. 2004. Motivating students in information literacy classes. New York: Neal Schuman. (2005 ACRL Ilene F. Rockman Instruction Publication of the Year Award)