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;
VanScoy, A., Julien, H., & Harding, A. (2022). Integration of information behavior into reference and information services education: A syllabus study. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science.
Bright, K., & VanScoy, A. (2021). The head nod: Realizing the value of a diverse research team (Research Outtake). Curriculum & Teaching Dialogue. 23(2)
VanScoy, A. (2021). Using Q methodology to understand conflicting conceptualizations of reference and information service. Library & Information Science Research 43(3).
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. (November 2021). Panel for Methods for investigating and making real-world impact with human information behavior and practices research. ASIS&T SIG-USE Symposium, Salt Lake City, UT.;
Rath, L., VanScoy, A., & Germaine, C. (June 2021). How can theory help us be better librarians? A panel discussion. State University of New York Librarians’ Association Annual Conference, online.;
VanScoy, A. Jones, K.M.L., Bright, K, Harding, A, & Vedak, S. (September 2021). Sustaining an ethical digital learning environment: Perceptions of student privacy among faculty, librarians, and instructional designers. Association of Library and Information Science Education Annual Conference, online.;
Vanscoy, A., Julien, H., & Harding, A. (November 2021). Theory into practice: Information behavior in pre-service education for information service roles. Association of Information Science & Technology Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT.;
Vanscoy, A., Julien, H., & Harding, A. (October 2021). Integration of information behavior theory, models and concepts into basic reference courses: A survey. Association of Library and Information Science Education Annual Meeting, online.;
Identifying Opportunities for Retention of BIPOC Librarians Using Survival Analysis; Federal; Institute of Museum and Library Services; Awarded; (09/01/2021-08/31/2024)
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