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It’s All About the Timing: Developing Online Training Resources for the Post-COVID World. Online Searcher, Nov/Dec 2020 (co-authored with Amy Theobald).

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Bursting the Bubble: Why It’s (Not) All About the PhD in Research Support. UKSG eNews, 439, April 2019.


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Workplace Research for Cataloguers: What’s Stopping You? Catalogue and Index, March 2018.

New Skills, New Challenges: CPD in the Information Profession, New Review of Academic Librarianship, April 2018.


Developing the 21st Century Academic Librarian: The Research Support Ambassador Programme, New Review of Academic Librarianship, 23 (2-3), 2017.

Is It Time to Move On From MOOCs?, Information Professional, October 2017.


Endings and Beginnings: Reflections on the CILIP Leadership Programme, CILIP Update, July/August 2016.

Leadership Lessons from IFLA, CILIP Update, November 2016.

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Having your CaKE: Bringing Knowledge Sharing to Cambridge Libraries, Sunrise: Newsletter of the CILIP East Members Network, March 2015.

Revolutinizing the Development of Library and Information Professionals: Planning for the Future [book review], Library Management, 36 (6/7)

My Job. Sunrise: Newsletter of the CILIP East Members Network, July 2015.

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The Merits of Being Mobile. Information Outlook, 18 (5), September/October 2014.

Making an Impact with your Metadata on Social Media. Catalogue and Index, December 2014.


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Networking for the Underconnected Cataloguer. Catalogue and Index, June 2013.

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Learning from Each Other: the CPD23things Programme. CULIB: Cambridge University Libraries Information Bulletin, Michaelmas 2012.


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