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 (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 | 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 | Betterworld Books | Abebooks UK search.
Anne Welsh (2006). ‘Substance Abuse’, in Core Collection of Medical Books. 5th ed edited by Melanie Brocklehurst. London Tomlinsons. 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 | 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 | 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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