Miller, F. (forthcoming, 2020) Producing Transdisciplinary Collaborations: Mindsets and Methods for Shared Understanding. Palgrave Macmillan: UK.
Invited Book Chapter
Miller, F. & Wallis, J. (2015). Social interaction and the role of empathy in information and knowledge management. In Hagen-McIntosh, J. (ed). Information and Data Literacy: The Role of the Library, Part V: Marginalized Populations’ Need for Information and Data Literacy. Apple Academic Press: New Jersey, USA.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Miller, F. Encountering relatable information in experiential learning spaces: A partnership framework for research information specialists and early career researchers. Manuscript under review in Q1 journal.
Miller, F., Partridge, H. & Davis, K. Everyday life information experiences in Twitter: a grounded theory. Manuscript submitted to Q1 journal.
Miller, F. Building communication capacity through curating experiential and personal knowledge of self and others. Manuscript in preparation.
Miller, F. Producing moments of shared understanding in human lived experience research. Manuscript in preparation.
Miller, F., Partridge, H., Bruce, C., Yates, C., & Howlett, A. (2017). How academic librarians’ experience evidence based practice: A grounded theory model. Library and Information Science Research, vol. 39, no. 2, pp. 124-130, Boston, USA.
Gillespie, A., Miller, F., Partridge, H., Bruce, C. & Howlett, A. (2017). What do Australian library and information professionals experience as evidence? Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, Alberta, Canada.
Miller, F. (2017) When immersive journalism met open ethnography (Notes From the Field) Global Ethnographic, Organisation for Identity and Cultural Development.
Miller, F., Partridge, H., Bruce, C. & Hemmings, B. (2016). Designing informal learning experiences for early career academics using a knowledge ecosystem model, Journal of Further and Higher Education, vol. 40, no. 5. London, United Kingdom. DOI:10.1080/0309877X.2016.1177165
Miller, F. Q. (2015). Experiencing information use for early career academics’ learning: A knowledge ecosystem model. Journal of Documentation, vol. 71 no. 6, pp. 1228 – 1249, London, United Kingdom. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/JD-04-2014-0058
Miller, F. & Wallis, J. (2011). Social interaction and the role of empathy in information and knowledge management: A literature review. Journal of Education for Library and Information Science, vol. 52, no. 2, pp. 122-132, Chicago, USA.
Miller, F. (2008). Research information needs of public policy oriented researchers at a regional university: Issues emerging from a pilot study. Australian Academic & Research Libraries, vol. 39, no. 4, pp. 253-268.
Miller, F., O’Connor, G. & Rabiger, J. (2018). The Social Media Paradox. Documentary film treatment sponsored by the International Documentary Association.
Miller, F. & Stevens, C. (2016) Imaginative Storytelling Experiences: Fostering Lifelong Creativity. Documentary film treatment. Official film website: http://isedoc.net
Refereed Conference Papers
Partridge, H., Bruce, C., Gillespie, A. & Miller, F. (2016) Building the basis for evidence-based library and information practice. Paper presented at Australian Library and Information Association National 2016 Conference, Adelaide, South Australia.
Miller, F. (2014). Knowledge ecosystems of early career academics: A grounded theory of experiencing information use for learning in developmental networks, PhD Thesis, Queensland University of Technology. Full text online: http://eprints.qut.edu.au/71395/