Recent and forthcoming publications

Dillon, A. (2021) Design as an accelerator of social capital in academic libraries. Chapter in The Social Future of Academic Libraries: New Perspectives on Communities, Networks, and Engagement T. Schlak, S. Corrall and P. Bracke (Eds) London: Facet.  2021.

Resmini, A. with Andrew Dillon (2021) On being magpies, in Resmini et al, Advances in Information Architecture, Springer, 39-51.

Ayon, V. and Dillon, A. (2021) Assistive Technology in Education: Conceptions of a Socio-technical Design Challenge. International Journal of Information, Diversity and Inclusion, 5, 2, 174-184.

Dillon, A. (2020). It’s All about Information and Culture. Editor’s Note, 
Information & Culture 55(3), 201-203.

Gwizdka J., Dillon A. (2020) Eye-Tracking as a Method for Enhancing Research on Information Search. In: Fu W., van Oostendorp H. (eds) Understanding and Improving Information Search. Human–Computer Interaction Series. Springer,

Dillon, A. (2019) Collecting as routine human behavior: personal identity and control in the material and digital world.  Information and Culture, 54 (3) 255-280.

Gwizdka, J, Zhang, Y., and Dillon, A. (2019) Using Eye Tracking Methods to Study Consumer Online Health Information Search Behavior. Journal of Information Management. 71, 6, 739-754

Dillon, A. Users. Book under contract with Routledge, to be published 2021.

Dillon, A. (2017) Theory for design: the case of reading. In D. Sonnewald (ed) Theory Development in the Information Sciences, Austin: UT Press, 222-238.

Dillon, A. (2017) Applying science to design: the quest for the bridging representation. In A. Black, P. Luna, O. Lund and S. Walker. (eds) Information Design: Research and Practice, Gower. 2017. 291-299.