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Bell, M; Rees, P; Blake, M; Duke-Williams, O; (1999) An age-period-cohort data base of inter-regional migration in Australia and Britain, 1976-96. Working Paper of the University of Leeds, School of Geography , 99 (2) pp. 1-69.

Boyle, PJ; Gatrell, AC; Duke-Williams, O; (1999) The effect on morbidity of variability in deprivation and population stability in England and Wales: an investigation at small-area level. SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE , 49 (6) pp. 791-799. 10.1016/S0277-9536(99)00153-7.

Broughton, V; (1999) Class 2 Religion and Theology: a new schedule for UDC Main Class. Extensions and Corrections to the UDC , 21 pp. 39-56.

Broughton, V; (1999) Notational expressivity; the case for and against the representation of internal subject structure in notational coding. KNOWLEDGE ORGANIZATION , 26 (3) pp. 140-148.


Dawson, A; (1999) An investigation of ICT skills, training needs and strategies in public library authorities. UCL SLAIS


Foot, MM; (1999) Towards a preservation policy for European Research Libraries. LIBER Quarterly , 9 (3) 323 - 326. Green open access

Foot, MM; (1999) Training for preservation management. LIBER Quarterly , 9 (3) 340 - 342. Green open access

Foot, MM; (1999) The only certainty is change: A library management response to a changing environment. LIBER Quarterly , 9 (3) 275 - 281. Green open access

Foot, MM; (1999) An eighteenth-century incunable collector in The Hague. In: Davies, M, (ed.) Incunabula. (pp. 371-387). : London.

Foot, MM; (1999) Bookbinding 1400-1557. In: Hellinga, L and Trapp, JB, (eds.) The Cambridge History of the book in Britain, Vol. III. (pp. 109-127). : Cambridge.


Hockey, S; (1999) Making Technology Work for Scholarship: Investing in the Data. In: Ekman, R and Quandt, RE, (eds.) Technology and Scholarly Communication. (pp. 17-36). University of California Press


McIlwaine, IC; Williamson, NJ; (1999) International trends in subject analysis research: an edited and updated version of a presentation made at 1998 Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science (ASIS). Knowledge organization , 26 pp. 23-29.

McIlwaine, IC; Williamson, NJ; (1999) Medicine: restructuring progress 1999. Extensions and Corrections to the UDC , 21 pp. 59-121.

McIlwaine, JHSJ; (1999) Africa at IFLA 1999. African Research and Documentation (81) pp. 69-74.

McIlwaine, JHSJ; (1999) Birds of Africa: a guide to reference material. Supplement 1. African Research and Documentation (80) pp. 35-37.

McIlwaine, JHSJ; (1999) Flora of Africa: a guide to reference material. African Research and Documentation (81) pp. 23-52.

McIlwaine, JHSJ; (1999) The work of the IFLA Section on Preservation and Conservation. International preservation news (20) pp. 6-9.

Mills, J; Broughton, V; (1999) Bliss Bibliographic Classification Class AY/B General Science and Physics. [Book]. Bowker-Saur: London.


TERRAS, MM; Weston, D; Schaaf, LJ; (1999) Hill and Adamson. David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson : an interactive catalogue of the collection at Glasgow University. [Digital scholarly resource].

Terras, M; (1999) The Sen-nedjem Project: Archaeology, Virtual Reality and Education. Archaeological Computing Newsletter , 53 4 - 10. Green open access

Terras, M; (1999) Virtual Reality and Archaeological Reconstruction. In: (Proceedings) Computers and History of Art (CHart), University of Glasgow, September, 1999..

Terras, M; (1999) A Virtual Tomb for Kelvingrove: Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Education. Internet Archaeology (7) ? - ?. Green open access

Terras, MM; (1999) A Virtual Tomb for Kelvingrove: Virtual Reality and Education. Masters thesis , University of Glasgow.


Warwick, C; (1999) English Literature, electronic text and computer analysis: an unlikely combination? In: (Proceedings) Association for Computing in the Humanities- Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing. University of Virginia, June 9-13.. (pp. pp. 223-225). University of Virginia Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities: Charlottesville, VA..

Warwick, C; (1999) The lowest canonical denominator: Electronic literary texts, and their publication, collection and preservation. In: Klasson, M and Loughridge, B and Loof, S, (eds.) (Proceedings) New Fields for Research in the 21st Century, Proceedings of the Anglo Nordic Conference 1999. (pp. pp. 133-141).

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