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Allbon, E. (2011). From Black and White to Colour; Educating and Engaging the Screen Addicts of 2011. Legal Information Management, 11, pp. 226-232. doi: 10.1017/S147266961100079X
Allbon, E. (2005). IT'S ALIVE! The birth of Lawbore and the Indispensability of the Law Librarian. Legal Information Management, 5(4), p. 21. doi: 10.1017/S1472669605000903
Allbon, E. (2009). Innovative involvement not embarrassing intervention: Using technology to connect with students without treading on virtual toes. Legal Information Management, 9(4), pp. 240-245. doi: 10.1017/S1472669609990478
Allbon, E. (2012). Too cool for (law) school? Using technology to engage students in legal skills. Paper presented at the BILETA 2012, 29 - 30 Mar 2012, Northumbria University Law School, Newcastle, UK.
Allbon, E. (2013). Too cool for (law) school? Using technology to engage students in legal skills. European Journal of Law and Technology, 4(1),
Allbon, E. & Wakefield, N. (2008). Staying vital to the virtual learner: what role for future academic law librarians?. Legal Information Management, 8(1), pp. 18-23. doi: 10.1017/S1472669608000042
Bell, D. (2016). Becoming an inspirational leader in your chosen field. CILIP Update, 2016(Mar), p. 19.
Bell, D. (2015). Incorporating student content at City University London Library. Aliss Quarterly, 11(1), pp. 15-18.
Bell, D. (2016). Snapshots from participants in formal leadership development programmes. SCONUL Focus, 66, p. 30.
Chudleigh, J. H., Buckingham, S., Dignan, J., O'Driscoll, S., Johnson, K., Rees, D., Wyatt, H. & Metcalfe, A. (2016). Parents' Experiences of Receiving the Initial Positive Newborn Screening (NBS) Result for Cystic Fibrosis and Sickle Cell Disease. Journal of Genetic Counseling, 25(6), pp. 1215-1226. doi: 10.1007/s10897-016-9959-4
Flegg, C. & Gaul, J. (2012). "High end" research datasets: an exploration of issues, together with results of a survey of the ABLD/EBSLG/APBSLG members. Paper presented at the ABLD (Academic Business Library Directors), EBSLG (European Business Schools Librarians’ Group) and the APBSLG (Asia Pacific Business Schools Librarians’ Group) joint meeting, 17 - 20 Apr 2012, Stanford University, Stanford, California, USA.
Kaur, S. & Allbon, E. (2011). Tuning in not zoning out: teaching students legal skills via a multimedia learning hub. Paper presented at the Learning in Law Annual Conference 2011: Experiencing legal education, 28 - 29 Jan 2011, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK.
Kyriacou, P. A., Moye, A. R., Choi, D. M., Langford, R. M. & Jones, D. P. (2001). Investigation of the human oesophagus as a new monitoring site for blood oxygen saturation. Physiological Measurement, 22(1), doi: 10.1088/0967-3334/22/1/325
Mishra, J. K., Priye, V. & Rahman, B. M. (2015). Error probability performance of a short-reach multicore fiber optical interconnect transmission system. Optics Letters, 40(19), pp. 4556-4559. doi: 10.1364/OL.40.004556
Murray, L., Westwood, H. & Halford, S. (2012). Veni, vidi, video... making a library video for new students. SCONUL Focus, 54, pp. 45-49.
Paterson, F. & Atkinson, J. (2016). The (Treasure) Map to Induction: Using pirates to make a library introduction more fun. Aliss Quarterly, 11(2), pp. 3-5.
Penton, S. (2016). Public Sector Information Regulations: Presentation for a briefing for M25 Libraries. Paper presented at the M25 PSI briefing, 3 March 2016, London.
Philippou, Y.A., Steggall, M.J., Treacy, C.L., Hirani, S. P., O'Driscoll, S., Bakker, C.J. & Dahm, P. (2016). Penile rehabilitation for post-prostatectomy erectile dysfunction. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2016(11), :CD012414.. doi: 10.1002/14651858.CD012414
Stewart, N. (2012). Book review: Managing Research Data, ed. Graham Pryor. SCONUL Focus, 56,
Stewart, N. (2012). Coming late to the game: how to create a totally integrated (!) repository system. Paper presented at the Open Repositories 2012, 9 - 13 Jul 2012, Edinburgh, UK.
Stewart, N. (2013). Top-down mandates and advocacy will help institutional repositories continue to enhance open access content and delivery. Paper presented at the Open Access Futures in the Humanities and Social Sciences, 24 Oct 2013, Senate House, University of London.