Diantha D. Schull has directed numerous research and publication projects, including the following.
Worth Their Weight: An Assessment of the Evolving Field of Library Valuation (co-authored by Jennifer Arns and Susan Imholz). Libraries for the Future. May 2007. Funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
From Good to Great: A Competitive Library for a Competitive City. An Assessment of the Louisville Free Public Library. For Louisville Library Foundation. May 2007.
Long Overdue: Public Attitudes and Leaders Perceptions of Public Libraries. Libraries for the Future with Public Agenda. May 2006. Funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Arizona’s Libraries in the 21st Century: Building Communities, Connections and a Continuum of Learning. Prepared for the Arizona Statewide Library Development Commission for the biennial budget of 2003—04. January 2002.
Local Places, Global Connections: Libraries in the Digital Age, a cooperative publication of Libraries for the Future and the Benton Foundation. Communications Development Inc., 2003.
Communities and Libraries: A Dialogue. Report on a Leadership Forum. Libraries for the Future,1998.
A Welcome for Every Child: How France Addresses Quality in Child Care. Report on a bi-lateral policy program of the French-American Foundation. French American Foundation, 1990.