Forthcoming (2019). Co-authored with Mélanie Brunet. “An Exercise in Contradiction? The Role of Academic Copyright Librarians,” in Copyright Conversations: Rights Literacy in a Digital World, edited by Sara Benson. ACRL Publications.

Co-edited with Sam-chin Li. Government Information in Canada: Access and Stewardship. University of Alberta Press. (April 2019).
– Includes introductory chapter, “The Evolution of Government Information Services and Stewardship in Canada.”

Co-authored with David Robinson. “Fair dealing is a right, not a privilege.” Hill Times. (February 27, 2019). 

“Canada’s Crown Copyright: Outdated and unnecessary.” Open Shelf. OLA. (October 2, 2018). (French translation by Mélanie Brunet, University of Ottawa.) 

Opinion: Government belongs to the people; so should its documents.” Edmonton Journal, (June 3, 2017). 

“Canadian Crown Copyright Conundrum.” Fair Dealing Week 2016 blog post. (February 2016).

McNally, Wakaruk, and Davoodi. “Rotten by Design: Shortened Expiry Dates for Government of Canada Web Content.” Proceedings of the Annual Conference of CAIS, 2015.

“Government Information Speaking Notes.” Documents to the People (DTTP), 43.1 (Spring 2015), p. 11-12. (original publication

“What the Heck is Happening Up North? Canadian Government Information Circa 2014.” Documents to the People (DTTP), 42.1 (Spring 2014), p. 15-20.  (original publication

Book Review: “Government Information Management in the 21st Century: International Perspectives.” Peggy Garvin (Ed.). Farnham, Surrey, England; Burlington, VT: Ashgate Pub., 2011. 232 pp. $99.95, ISBN: 9781409402060. Government Information Quarterly, 30 (2013), p. 211-212.

Co-authored with Marc Truitt. “An Unplugged Space.” American Libraries, (November/December 2011),

“Free at Last – International Statistics Join the Open Access Party.” Access, 16.4 (Fall 2010), p. 32-33.

Handy, F., Seto, S., Wakaruk, A., Mersey, B. A. Mejia, & Copeland L. “The Discerning Consumer: Is Nonprofit Status a Factor in Consumer Choice?” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 39.5 (October 2010), p.866-883.

“Dissecting the Disconnect: Thinking About Public Space in Academic Libraries.” College and Research Libraries News, 70.1 (January 2009), p. 16-19.

Co-authored with Sophie Bury, “Emergency Management: Planning, Preparation and Response.” Access, (Winter 2007), p. 42-43.

Co-authored with Marcia Salmon, “Eye on the Web: Intellectual Property.” Access, (Fall 2006), p. 35-36.

Co-authored with Adam Taves, “Eye on the Web: HIV/AIDS Resources.” Access, (Summer 2006), p. 42-43.

Co-authored with Peter Duerr, “Eye on the Web: Environmental Sustainability.” Access, (Spring 2006), p. 59-60.

Co-authored with Thumeka Mgwigwi, “Eye on the Web: Criminology.” Access, (Winter 2005), p. 39.

“Eye on the Web: Back to School, Sites Serving Students and Teachers.” Access, (Fall 2005), p. 40-41.

Co-authored with Norda Majekodunmi, “Eye on the Web: Portals for Persons With Disabilities.” Access, (Summer 2005), p 38-39.

“Eye on the Web: Honours and Awards.” Access, (Spring 2005), p 50-51.

“Eye on the Web: Online Government Archival Resources for Canada, Ontario and Toronto.” Access, (Winter 2005), p 51-52.

“Eye on the Web: International Governmental Organizations: Part 3.” Access, (Fall 2004), p 49-51.

“Eye on the Web: International Governmental Organizations: Part 2, Specialized Agencies of the United Nations.” Access, (Summer 2004), p 34-36.

“Eye on the Web: International Governmental Organizations: Part 1, Accessing the United Nations Online.” Access, (Winter 2004), p 57-58.

“Eye on the Web: Election and Voting Resources.” Access, (Fall 2003), p 46.

“Fall 2001 Conference Report.” WNY/O ACRL Newsletter. (Fall 2002), p 7.

“Statistically Speaking: Fun in the Sun.” SLA Courier. 39:4 (Summer 2002), online.

“Statistically Speaking: Technology.” SLA Courier. 39:3 (Spring 2002), online.

“Statistically Speaking: Public Opinion Polls.” SLA Courier. 39:2 (Winter 2001), online.

“Statistically Speaking: Harvesting the Earth.” SLA Courier. 39.1 (Fall 2001), online.

“Statistically Speaking: Globalization.” SLA Courier. 38.4 (Summer 2001), online.

“Creating a Distance Education Tool-Set for Course Based Business Information Instruction.” in Library Services for Business Students in Distance Education: Issues and Trends. EdShari Buxbaum.  New York: Haworth, 2002.[Published simultaneously in Journal of Business and Finance Librarianship. 7:2/3 (2002), pp 131-140.]

“Web Watch: Criminal Justice, Part 2.” Alberta Government Libraries’ Newsletter. 3:9 (October 1999), pp 12-15.

“Web Watch: Criminal Justice, Part 1.” Alberta Government Libraries’ Newsletter. 3:6 (June 1999), pp 8-10.

“A Practical Guide to Researching Foreign and International Law.” School of Library and Information Studies, University of Alberta. (June 1999).