ASIS&T SIG-USE Elfreda A. Chatman Research Award; Association of Information Science and Technology; 2019-10-01;
Teaching Innovation Award; University at Buffalo; 2018-11-01;
Research Paper Award; Beta Phi Mu/Library Research Round Table; 2017-03-21;
Graduate School of Education STAR Award for Teaching Excellence; Graduate School of Education; 2016-05-04;
Hicks, D. & VanScoy, A. (2019). Discourses of expertise in professional competency documents: Reference expertise as performance. Library Quarterly, 89(1), 34-52.
Jones, K.L.M & VanScoy, A. (2019). The syllabus as a critical document for student privacy in an age of learning analytics. Journal of Documentation, 75(6), 1333-1355.
VanScoy, A. & Bright, K. (2019). Articulating the experience of “uniqueness and difference” for librarians of color. Library Quarterly, 89(4), 285-297.
VanScoy, A. (2019). Conceptual and procedural knowledge: A framework for analyzing point-of-need information literacy instruction. Communications in Information Literacy, 13(2), 164-183.
VanScoy, A. (2020). Creating the future of reference service. In L.C. Smith & M. Wong (Eds.), Reference and Information Services: An Introduction (6th ed.). (pp. 717-732). Libraries Unlimited.
Aharony, N., Bronstein, J., Fourie, I., Julien, H., VanScoy, A. (June 2019). The LIS professions: Building on the past to shape the future. Conceptions of Library and Information Science, 10th International Conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia.;
Conrad, L., Demasson, A., Gorichanaz, T. & VanScoy, A. (October 2019). Exploring card sort methods: Interaction and implementation for research, education, and practice. Annual Meeting of the Association of Information Science & Technology, Melbourne, Australia.;
VanScoy, A. (June 2019). Conceptualizing reference and information service using Q methodology. Conceptions of Library and Information Science, 10th International Conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia.;
VanScoy, A. (June 2019). Reconciling differing approaches to reference and information service with Q methodology. 47rd Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of Information Science, Vancouver, Canada.;
VanScoy, A. (September 2019). Exploring reference and information service in a global information context. Association of Library and Information Science Education Annual Conference, Knoxville, TN.;
Student Privacy in the Datafied Classroom: Researching Instructional Privacy Practices to Facilitate Privacy Advocacy Discussions; Federal; Institute of Museum and Library Services; Awarded; (09/01/2019-08/31/2022)
Including the Voice of Librarians of Color in Reference and Information Service Research; American Library Association; Awarded; (08/18/2014-12/31/2015)
Information and the Lens of Leisure: Needs, Practices, and Resources over the Serious Leisure Career; Foundation and Research Organization; Association of Information Science and Technology; Awarded; (10/01/2019-10/31/2020)
Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis Steering Committee – North America 08/01/2016-06/01/2017
Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis Steering Committee – North America 07/01/2016-05/19/2018
School Representative, Association of Library & Information Science Education 06/02/2016-06/13/2017