Articles

Note: This select bibliography is arranged by author(s) and then in chronological order; these are all original articles – book reviews are on their own separate page.

Concetta La Spada (2016). ‘How A University Press is Improving Discoverability’, Catalogue & Index 185: 43-51, https://archive.cilip.org.uk/sites/default/files/documents/la_spada_concetta._how_a_university_press_is_improving_discoverability.pdf.

Concetta La Spada (2018). ‘The Cambridge University Press Metadata Revolution’, Catalogue & Index 193: 9-18, https://cdn.ymaws.com/www.cilip.org.uk/resource/collection/F71F19C3-49CF-462D-8165-B07967EE07F0/C&I_193.pdf.

Concetta La Spada (2020). ‘Data Manipulation Using MarcEdit’, Catalogue & Index 199: 27-33, https://cdn.ymaws.com/www.cilip.org.uk/resource/collection/5F814B6D-500C-42B2-9D5F-E6E3C550C24A/C&I199La_Spada_Data_manipulation_using_MarcEdit.pdf.

Yvonne Lewis (2002). ‘Sir Ralph Bankes (?1631–1677) and the Origins of the Library at Kingston Hall’, Library History (3): 215-233. DOI: 10.1179/lib.2002.18.3.215.

Yvonne Lewis (2012). ‘National Trust Libraries at the ABA Fair, May 2012’, National Trust Arts, Buildings, Collections Bulletin (Spring).

Yvonne Lewis (2012). ‘A Well-travelled Little Volume of Kim: Kipling’s Classic Take Enjoyed by Members of Scott’s Antarctic Expedition’, National Trust Arts, Buildings, Collections Bulletin (Summer: Great OutDoors Issue).

Yvonne Lewis (2013). ‘”Appropriate for a Country House’?: Rebuilding Ralph Dutton’s Library at Hinton Ampner’, National Trust Arts, Buildings, Collections Bulletin (Spring): 16-17, https://nt.global.ssl.fastly.net/documents/abc-bulletin-spring-2013.pdf.

Yvonne Lewis (2014). ‘Wimpole Hall’s “Most Finely Constructed Pair of Globes”: Rediscovering Lord Hardwicke’s Missing 18th-century Globes’, National Trust Arts, Buildings, Collections Bulletin (Winter): 10-11.

Yvonne Lewis (2014). ‘A Young Royalist Abroad in the 1640s: In Pursuit of “Mr John Bankes’s Observations on His Travels”‘, National Trust Arts, Buildings, Collections Bulletin (Autumn): 9-11, https://nt.global.ssl.fastly.net/documents/abc-bulletin-autumn-2014.pdf.

Yvonne Lewis (2017). ‘”To Light Up A Flame of Cheerfulness”: Mary Elizabeth Lucy of Charlcote and Her Harps’, National Trust Arts, Buildings, Collections Bulletin (Autumn): 15-17, https://nt.global.ssl.fastly.net/documents/abc-bulletin-autumn-2017.pdf

Elizabeth McCarthy, Anne Welsh and Sarah Wheale (2012). ‘Early Modern Oxford Bindings in 21st Century Markup’, Library Review 61 (8/9): 561-576. DOI: 10.1108/00242531211292079.

Willard McCarty, Julianne Nyhan, Anne Welsh and Jessica Salmon (2012). ‘Questioning, Asking and Enduring Curiosity: An Oral History Conversation Between Julianne Nyhan and Willard McCarty’, Digital Humanities Quarterly 6 (3), http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/6/3/000134/000134.html

Julianne Nyhan, Andrew Flinn and Anne Welsh (2012). ‘A Short Introduction to the Hidden Histories Project and Interviews’, Digital Humanities Quarterly 6 (3), http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/6/3/000130/000130.html

Julianne Nyhan, Andrew D. Flinn and Anne Welsh (2013). ‘Oral History and the Hidden Histories Project: Towards Histories of Computing in the Humanities’, Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 30 (1): 71-85, DOI: 10.1093/llc/fqt044

Ruth Rikowski and Anne Welsh (2010). ‘The Feminist Library in London’, Managing Information 16 (5): 65-71.

Geoffrey Rockwell, Julianne Nyhan, Anne Welsh and Jessica Salmon (2012). ‘Trading Stories: An Oral History Conversation Between Geoffrey Rockwell and Julianne Nyhan’, Digital Humanities Quarterly 6 (3), http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/6/3/000135/000135.html

Claire Ross, Melissa Terras, Claire Warwick and Anne Welsh (2011). ‘Enabled Back-channel: Conference Twitter Use by Digital Humanists’, Journal of Documentation 67 (2): 214-237. DOI: 10.1108/00220411111109449.

Katharine Schopflin (2010). ‘What Is An Encyclopaedia?’, Refer 26 (3): 10-12.

Katharine Schopflin (2011). ‘”The Rolls Royce of the Library Reference Collection”: The Subject Encyclopedia in the Age of Wikipedia’, Refer 27 (2/3): 69-73.

Katharine Schopflin (2014). ‘What Do We Think An Encyclopaedia Is?’, Culture Unbound 6: http://www.cultureunbound.ep.liu.se/v6/a25/cu14v6a25.pdf.

Katharine Schopflin (2015). ‘Information Management Approaches to Digital Asset Management: A Case Study in Success and Failure’, Journal of Digital Media Management 3 (4): 309-319, https://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/hsp/jdmm/2015/00000003/00000004/art00006.

Harold Short, Julianne Nyhan, Anne Welsh, and Jessica Salmon (2012). ‘“Collaboration Must Be Fundamental or It’s Not Going to Work”: An Oral History Conversation Between Harold Short and Julianne Nyhan’, Digital Humanities Quarterly 6 (3), http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/6/3/000133/000133.html

Ray Siemens, Anne Welsh, Julianne Nyhan and Jessica Salmon (2012). ‘Video-gaming, Paradise Lost and TCP/IP: an oral history conversation between Ray Siemens and Anne Welsh’, Digital Humanities Quarterly 6 (3), http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/6/3/000131/000131.html  

Melissa Terras, James Baker, James Hetherington, David Beavan, Martin Zaltz Austwick, Anne Welsh, Helen O’Neill, Will Finley, Oliver Duke-Williams and Adam Farquhar (2018). ‘Enabling Complex Analysis of Large-scale Digital Collections: Humanities Research, High-Performance Computing, and Transforming Access to British Library Digital Collections’, Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 33 (2): 456-466, DOI: 10.1093/llc/fqx020.

John Unsworth, Anne Welsh, Julianne Nyhan, and Jessica Salmon (2012). ‘Postmodern Culture and More: An Oral History Conversation Between John Unsworth and Anne Welsh’, Digital Humanities Quarterly 6 (3), http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/6/3/000132/000132.html

Anne Welsh (2006). ‘New Lamps for Old: Current Awareness and Profile-raising’, Libraries for Nursing Bulletin 26 (1-2): 65-75.

Anne Welsh (2007). ‘Internal Wikis for Procedures and Training: From Tacit Knowledge to Self-guided Learning’, Online 31: 26-29.

Anne Welsh (2008). ‘We Can Get You What You Want’, Library & Information Gazette 4-17 April: 13.

Anne Welsh (2011). ‘Teaching RDA in 2010-11’, Catalogue & Index 163: 5-8, https://archive.cilip.org.uk/sites/default/files/documents/CandII163.pdf.

Anne Welsh (2013). ‘Teaching RDA in 2013-14: Flipping the Cat Class’, Catalogue & Index 173: 30-38,https://archive.cilip.org.uk/sites/default/files/documents/Catalogue%20and%20Index%20issue%20173%2C%20December%202013.pdf.

Anne Welsh (2015). ‘Metadata Output and the Researcher’, Catalogue & Index 178: 2-8, https://archive.cilip.org.uk/sites/default/files/documents/Catalogue%20and%20Index%20issue%20178%2C%20March%202015.pdf.

Anne Welsh (2016). ‘”For the Bibliographers at UCL”: A Humument and the Lessons It Teaches 21st Century Librarians’, Art Libraries Journal 41 (4): 209-223, DOI: 10.1017/alj.2016.26

Anne Welsh (2016). ‘MarcEdit for Mac and the Rare Books Researcher’, Catalogue & Index 184: 2-13, https://cdn.ymaws.com/www.cilip.org.uk/resource/collection/F71F19C3-49CF-462D-8165-B07967EE07F0/catalogue_and_index_issue_184_september_2016.pdf.

Anne Welsh (2016). ‘The Rare Books Catalog and the Scholarly Database’, Cataloging and Classification Quarterly 54 (5-6): 317-337, DOI: 10.1080/01639374.2016.1188433

Anne Welsh (2017). ‘From WEMI to WI to WII: FRBR, BIBFRAME and the 21st Century Bibliographic Model’, Catalogue & Index 186: 20-29, https://cdn.ymaws.com/www.cilip.org.uk/resource/collection/F71F19C3-49CF-462D-8165-B07967EE07F0/Catalogue_&_Index_issue_186,_March_2017.pdf.

Anne Welsh (2019). ‘How Much Is Too Much?: Keeping Up-to-date in Non-RDA Settings’, Catalogue & Index 196: 8-13, https://cdn.ymaws.com/www.cilip.org.uk/resource/collection/F71F19C3-49CF-462D-8165-B07967EE07F0/CI_196.pdf.

Anne Welsh (2019). ‘Plus ça change: Book Reviews and the Woman Writer’, IES London Blog, 24 July, https://englishstudies.blogs.sas.ac.uk/2019/07/24/plus-ca-change-book-reviews-and-the-woman-writer/

Anne Welsh (2020). ‘Cataloguing Today, Yesterday’, Catalogue and Index 200: 16-19, https://cdn.ymaws.com/www.cilip.org.uk/resource/collection/0C44DCEE-84F7-4540-A5B6-716A05454B64/C&I200Welsh_Cataloguing_today_yesterday.pdf.

Anne Welsh (2020). ‘Serendipity Will Save Bookshops’, The Bookseller, 2 June, https://www.thebookseller.com/blogs/serendipity-will-keep-bookshops-alive-1205090.

Anne Welsh (2020). ‘Unpacking Your Library: 10 Top Tips to Organise Your Bookshelves’, myVLF Blog, 3 September, https://myvlf.com/blog/10-tips-for-organizing-your-bookshelf.

Anne Welsh, Antonis Bikakis, Natalia Garea Garcia, Simon Mahony, Charles Inskip, and Mira Vogel (2015). ‘Work in Progress: the Linked Open Bibliographic Data Project’, Catalogue & Index 178: 15-19, https://archive.cilip.org.uk/sites/default/files/documents/Catalogue%20and%20Index%20issue%20178%2C%20March%202015.pdf.

Anne Welsh, Celine Carty and Helen Williams (2012). ‘“Mind the [Trans-Atlantic] Gap, Please”: Awareness and Training Needs of UK Catalogers’, Journal of Library Metadata 12 (2-3): 242-263 DOI: 10.1080/19386389.2012.699854

Anne Welsh and Christine Goodair (2006). ‘The A-Team is Back in Demand’, Library & Information Update 5 (11): 25.

Anne Welsh and Christine Goodair (2007). ‘Blogging for Networking and Outreach’, IFMH Inform 18 (1): 8-10.

Anne Welsh and Christine Goodair (2008). ‘Information Retrieval and Terminology’, Addiction 103 (4): 695. DOI: 10.1111/j.1360-0443.2008.02150.x.

Anne Welsh and Penny Robertson (2007). ‘I Am Cataloguer, Hear Me Roar!’, Library & Information Update, 6 (1-2): 30-33.

Anne Welsh and Katharine Whaite (2012). ‘Our Hybrid History and Its Lessons for Today’, Catalogue and Index 169: 5-9, https://cdn.ymaws.com/www.cilip.org.uk/resource/collection/F71F19C3-49CF-462D-8165-B07967EE07F0/Catalogue_and_Index_issue_169,_December_2012.pdf.

Anne Welsh and Jenny Wood (2009). ‘Remote but also In-house: Providing Information to Moorfields Eye Hospital’, Journal of Hospital Librarianship, 9 (3): 318-324, DOI: 10.1080/15323260903015699.

Anne Welsh and Jenny Wright (2016). ‘RDA for Acquisitions Staff’, Taking Stock 24(2): 14-16.

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