After a recent plea forrecent articles of library UX I realised I probably had a list of fairly recent ones that would be of interest to others, although with hindsight many are about space and aren't necessarily true UX.
Bear in mind that some of these are pay walled and I accessed them through our University subscriptions, so availability may depend on whether you belong to an institution with access.
My main focus when searching for these articles was to explore something I've started calling social independent learning - a phenomenon which we see with our own UX work at Southampton and which it turns out is recognised elsewhere under different guises.
Planning library spaces and services for Millennials: an evidence-based approach
EunYoung Yoo-Lee, Tae Heon Lee, LaTesha Velez, (2013),"Planning library spaces and services for Millennials: an evidence-based approach", Library Management, Vol. 34 Iss 6/7 pp. 498 - 511
A Really Nice Spot”: Evaluating Place, Space, and Technology in Academic Libraries
Michael J. Khoo, Lily Rozaklis, Catherine Hall and Diana Kusunoki, (2016)
"A Really Nice Spot”: Evaluating Place, Space, and Technology in Academic Libraries" , College & Research Libraries, vol. 77 no. 1 51-70.
User experience (UX) in libraries: let’s get physical (and digital)
Appleton, L., (2016). User experience (UX) in libraries: let’s get physical (and digital). Insights. 29(3), pp.224–227.
Collecting Space Use Data to Improve the UX of Library Space
Gullikson. Shelley, Meyer, Kristin, (2016) "Collecting Space Use Data to Improve the UX of Library Space" Weave: Jopurnal of User Experience, vol 1 Iss 5.
Those of yopu who are interested may also like to follow up on the recent Northern Collaboration User UX Exchange - I believe many of the slides will be made available online and it was tweeted under #nclxux Or have a have a look at this blog post from York.