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., Cavanagh, M., & VanScoy, A. (2020). Social network analysis: An approach for understanding public libraries and their communities. Library & Information Science Research, 42(3).
VanScoy, A., Thomson, L., Hartel, J. (2020). Applying theory in practice: The Serious Leisure Perspective and public library programming. Library & Information Science Research.
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.
Braddlee, D. & VanScoy, A. (2019). Bridging the chasm: Faculty support roles for academic librarians in the adoption of open educational resources, College & Research Libraries, 80(4), 426-449.
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.
Jones, K.M.L., Hinchliffe, L., Peters, M., & VanScoy, A. (April 2021). Privacy and learning analytics: A findings-based multi-stakeholder discussion. ACRL National Conference, online.;
Jones, K.M.L., VanScoy, A, Bright, K. & Harding, A. (January 2021). Do they even care? Measuring instructor value of student privacy in the context of learning analytics. In Proceedings of the 54th Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences (HICSS), 1529–1537.;
Vanscoy, A., Julien, H., & Harding, A. (August 2020). Encouraging convergence of information behaviour theory and information services education. 48th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of Information Science, online.;
Vanscoy, A., Julien, H., & Harding, A. (October 2020). The potential to transform: Information behavior theory and reference service professional education. Association of Library and Information Science Education Annual Meeting, online.;
Vanscoy, A., Julien, H., & Harding, A. (September 2020). Diffusion of information behaviour theory into education for reference service. ISIC: The Information Behaviour Conference, online.;
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