Note: This select bibliography is arranged by author(s) (or editor(s)) and then in chronological order.
Yvonne Lewis (1999). ‘Lanhydrock House Library’, in Fabian Handbuch: Handbuch der Historischen Buchebestände in Deutschland, Österreich und Europa. Grossbritannien, http://fabian.sub.uni-goettingen.de/fabian?Lanhydrock.
Katharine Schopflin, editor (2014). A Handbook for Corporate Information Professionals. London: Facet. Publisher website | Bookshop.org | Abebooks UK search | Available in North America from ALA Store.
Katharine Schopflin (2017). ‘Corporate Information Work’, in British Librarianship and Information Work, 2011-2015 edited by J.H. Bowman, pp. 253-264. London: J.H. Bowman. Google Books | Bookshop.org | Betterworld Books | Abebooks UK search.
Katharine Schopflin and Richard Nelsson (2007). ‘Medla Libraries’, in British Librarianship and Information Work, 2001-2005 edited by J.H. Bowman, pp. 198-213. Oxford: Ashgate; republished London: Routledge, 2016. Publisher website | Bookshop.org | Betterworld Books | Abebooks UK search.
Anne Welsh (2012). ‘Experiential Learning in Historical Bibliography’, in Ambassadors of the Book: Competences and Training for Heritage Librarians edited by Raphaele Mouren. Berlin: De Gruter, pp. 147-162. Publisher website | Google Books | Abebooks UK search.
Anne Welsh (2012). ‘Historical Bibliography in the Digital World’, in Digital Humanities in Practice edited by Claire Warwick, Melissa Terras and Julianne Nyhan. London: Facet, pp. 139-165. Publisher website | Google Books | Bookshop.org | Betterworld Books.
Anne Welsh (2016). ‘”Expertise – Certification – Cultural Capital”: The Education of Librarians in the UK’, in Educating the Profession: 40 Years of the IFLA Section on Education and Training edited by Michael Seadle, Clara M. Chu, Ulrike Stöckel and Breanne Crumpton. Berlin: De Gruyter, pp. 47-67, https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110375398-007 | Publisher website | Google Books | Betterworld Books.
Anne Welsh and Charles Inskip (2015). ‘”Intellectual and Practical Knowing”: The Introduction of the Professional Knowledge and Skills Base at University College London’, in iConference 2015 Preliminary Results Papers, https://www.ideals.illinois.edu/handle/2142/73431.
Anne Welsh, Helen Williams and Celine Carty (2014). ‘”Mind the [Trans-Atlantic] Gap, Please”: Awareness and Training Need of UK Catalogers’, in Functional Future for Bibliographic Control: Transitioning into New Communities of Practice and Awareness edited by Shawne D. Miksa. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 190-211. Publisher website | Bookshop.org | Google Books | Betterworld Books.
Sam Winston, Anne Welsh and Pietro Martini (2019). Monster Story, Orphan and A Child of Books: Archive. London: Arc, 2019. Limited edition of 8 copies.
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