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Items where Division is "Central Services > Library Services" and Year is 2011

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Garratt, Christopher (2011) City Campus: Your Space. Worcester Journal of Learning and Teaching (5). ISSN 2024-8032


Hannaford, Anne and Fairman, Roger ORCID: (2011) The Hive: a New University / Public Library and History Centre, Worcester UK. In: Connection and Convergence: Second International Conference on Joint Use Libraries, 3rd - 4th November, 2011, Adelaide, South Australia.


Johnson, Rachel (2011) ILS and RTP: Support to Researchers Provided by Information and Learning Services as Part of the Research Training Programme at the University of Worcester, Past, Present and Future. Journal of Information Literacy, 5 (1). pp. 33-44. ISSN 1750-5968


Keene, Judith and Fairman, Roger ORCID: (2011) Building an Integrated Work Force Through Shared Values: the Worcester Library and History Centre. Library Review, 60 (3). pp. 188-201. ISSN 0024-2535


Taylor, Allie ORCID: (2011) Teacher as Librarian: Things to Think About When Teaching Information Literacy to Groups. In: LILAC (Librarians' Information Literacy Annual Conference), 18-20 April, British Library, London. (Unpublished)

Thornton, Pete (2011) Project Report: To What Extent Do Personal Response Systems Benefit Learning and Teaching Within a Higher Education Environment? Worcester Journal of Learning and Teaching (6). ISSN 2024-8032


Veitch, Karen ORCID: (2011) Graham Thompson (2007) American culture in the 1980s (Book Review). European Journal of American Culture, 29 (3). p. 257. ISSN Print: 466-0407 Online: 1758-9118

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