Caidi, N., Du, T., Li, L., Shen, Y., Sun, Q. (Forthcoming). “Immigrating After 60: Information Experiences of Older Chinese Migrants to Australia and Canada.” Information Processing and Management, 2019.
Zhang, J., & Caidi, N. (2019). “The Sensitive Period, Big Vs, and the Diaspora: A Brief Account of “#MeToo” in China.” In Proceedings of the Social Media & Society Conference. (Available in ACM Digital Library).
Kim, A., Caidi, N., & Chah, N. (2019). ” ‘Our Korea’: Transcultural affinity as negotiated through YouTube encounters.” Information Research, 24(1), paper isic1828. Retrieved from http://InformationR.net/ir/24-1/isic2018/isic1828.html
Caidi, N. (2019). “Pilgrimage to the Hajj: An Information Journey.” The International Journal of Information, Diversity, & Inclusion, 3(1): 44-76.
Duncan, J. & Caidi, N. (2018). “Mobilities, Media and Governmentality: Asylum Seekers in Lacolle, Quebec.” Special Issue on Migration and the Media, Migration und Soziale Arbeit (German Journal of Migration and Social Work), 4, 331-340.
Allard, D. & Caidi, N. (2018). “Imagining Winnipeg: The translocal meaning making of Filipino migrants to Canada.” Journal of the Association for Information Science & Technology, 69(10), 1193–1204.
Caidi, N., & Dali, K. (2018). The special issues: The International Diversity by Design Symposium Toronto, ON, Canada (September 13-14, 2017). The International Journal of Information, Diversity, & Inclusion, 2(1/2).
Caidi, N., Beazley, S., & Marquez, L. C. (2018). Holy selfies: Performing pilgrimage in the age of social media. The International Journal of Information, Diversity, & Inclusion, 2(1/2).
Caidi, N., Ghaddar, J. J., & Allard, D. (2017). Negotiating Borders: Librarianship and Twenty-First-Century Politics. The Library Quarterly, 87(4), 391-409.
Caidi, N., & Dali, K. (2017). Diversity by design. The Library Quarterly, 87(2), 88-98. [Note: also listed as Dali & Caidi — authors have equal authorship rights, and authors can be listed in any order].
Dali, K., & Caidi, N. (2016). A two-way street: building the recruitment narrative in LIS programs. New Library World, 117(7/8), 499-539. [Awarded the Outstanding Paper in the 2017 Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence].
Komlodi, A., & Caidi, N. (2016). Learning in Second-Language Searching. In SAL@ SIGIR.
Reyes, W., Martin-Hammond, A., Komlodi, A., Caidi, N., & Sundin, N. “An Informed Transition? International Medical Graduates Settling in the United States and Canada.” Proceedings of the 79th ASIS&T Annual Meeting, Copenhagen (Denmark), Oct 16-18, 2016.
Komlodi, A. & Caidi, N. “Learning in Second-Language Searching.” Proceedings of Search As Learning (SAL) Workshop at SIGIR 2016, Pisa (Italy), July 15, 2016.
Komlodi, A., Caidi, N., Martin-Hammond, A., Reyes, W., & Sundin, N. “Culturally-Situated Information Literacy: International Medical Graduates Navigating New Information Landscapes.” Proceedings of CaTaC’16: Culture, Technology, Communication: Common World, Different Futures? London (UK), June 16, 2016.
Dali, K., & Caidi, N. “A Two-Way Street: Recruitment and Retention Narratives as Apprehended by LIS Students.” New Library World 117.7/8 (2016): 499-539.
Caidi, N. & Dali, K. “Can We Talk? Perceptions of Diversity Issues by Students with Diverse Backgrounds, and a Rumination on Personal Roads to Systemic Change.” New Library World 116.11/12 (2015): 748-80.
Caidi, N., Komlodi, A., Lima Abrao, A., and Martin-Hammond, A. “Collectively Figuring It Out: Foreign-Trained Health Professionals and Labour Market Integration.” Libres – Library and Information Science Research E-Journal 24.2 (2014): 118-131.
Ghaddar, J. and N. Caidi. “Indigenous Knowledge in a Post-Apology Era: Steps Toward Healing and Bridge-Building.“ Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 40.5 (2014): 41-45. Accessed November 27, 2016. http://www.asis.org/Bulletin/Jun-14/JunJul14_Ghaddar_Caidi.pdf
Nomura, T. and Caidi, N. “Heritage Language Acquisition and Maintenance: Home Literacy Practices of Japanese-Speaking Families in Canada.” Information Research 18.3 (2013): paper C37. Accessed November 27, 2016. http://InformationR.net/ir/18-3/colis/paperC37.html
Caidi, N., Stevenson, S., and Richmond, T. “The Power of Data or Why Scholars Should Care About Policy.“ Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 40.2 (2013) : 35-38. Accessed November 27, 2016. http://www.asis.org/Bulletin/Dec-13/DecJan14_Caidi_Stevenson_Richmond.pdf
Cortinois, A., Glazier, R., Caidi, N., Andrews. G., Herbert-Copley, M., & Jadad, A. “Toronto’s 2-1-1 Healthcare Services for Immigrant Populations.” The American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 43.6 (2012): 475-482.
Caidi N., and Lam, M. “Working with First Nations: The On-Demand Book Service.” Paper presented at BooksOnline’10 Workshop at the 19th ACM International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management (CIKM) 2010, October 26, 2010,Toronto. ON. Accessed November 27, 2016. http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/events/booksonline10/papers.aspx
—, Allard, D., and Quirke, L. “The Information Practices of Immigrants.” Annual Review of Information Science and Technology (ARIST) 44 2010): 493-531.
— and MacDonald, S. “Information Practices of Canadian Muslims Post 9/11” Government Information Quarterly 25.3 (2008): 348-378.
— and Ross, A. “Information Rights and National Security.” Government Information Quarterly 22.4 (2005): 663-684.
— and Allard, D. “Social Inclusion of Newcomers to Canada: An Information Problem?” Library and Information Science Research, 27.3 (2005): 302-324.