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Beagrie, N; Jones, M; (2001) Preservation Management of Digital Materials: a Handbook. [Book]. British Library

Bowman, JH; (2001) Sic catalog syndrome: title page transcription as a barrier to retrieval. Cataloging and Classification Quarterly , 32 (1) pp. 39-54.

Boyle, PJ; Gatrell, AC; Duke-Williams, O; (2001) Reply to commentary: Health and variation in deprivation. SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE , 53 (6) p. 775. 10.1016/S0277-9536(00)00372-5.

Broughton, V; (2001) Current research on the Bliss Bibliographic Classification. Information Research Watch International (Februa) pp. 2-3.

Broughton, V; (2001) Expansion of Class 24 Buddhism. Extensions and Corrections to the UDC , 23 p. 11.

Broughton, V; (2001) Klasifikacija za 21. stoljece: nacela i struktura Blissove bibliografske klasifikacije [A classification for the 21st century: principles and structure of the Bliss Bibliographic Classification]. Vjesnik Bibliotekara Hrvatske , 44 (1.4) Gold open access

Broughton, V; (2001) Organizing knowledge; an introduction to managing access to information by Jennifer Rowley and John Farrow (Review). Library & Information Research News , 25 (79) p. 44.

Broughton, V; (2001) Organizing knowledge; an introduction to managing access to information, by Jennifer Rowley and John Farrow. Library and information research news , 25 (79) 44-.

Broughton, V; Heather, L; (2001) Classification schemes revisited; applications to web indexing and searching. In: Thomas, AR and Shearer, JA, (eds.) Internet searching and indexing; the subject approach. (pp. 143-155). Haworth: New York.

Broughton, VD; (2001) Faceted classification as a basis for knowledge organization in a digital environment; the Bliss Bibliographic Classification as a model for vocabulary management and the creation of multidimensional knowledge structures. New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia , 7 (1) pp. 67-102. 10.1080/13614560108914727.

Brown, I; (2001) End-to-end security in active networks. Doctoral thesis, University of London. Green open access

Brown, I; Laurie, B; (2001) Security against compelled disclosure. UCL (University College London), IEEE Computer Society Press, New Orleans, USA.


Duke-Williams, OW; Rees, P; (2001) Testing user-requested geographies. In: Rees, P and Martin, D and Williamson, P, (eds.) The Census Data System. Wiley


Flinn, A; (2001) ‘William Rust: Comintern’s blue eyed boy?’. In: Morgan, K and McIlroy, J and Campbell, A, (eds.) Party People – Communist Lives, Explorations in Biography <i>Party People – Communist Lives, Explorations in Biography </i>. Lawrence and Wishart: London.

Foot, MM; (2001) Building Blocks for a Preservation. [Pamphlet]. National Preservation Office


Hockey, S; (2001) IT and the Education of Librarians. Relay , 51 pp. 9-11.

Hockey, S; (2001) Concordance Programs for Corpus Linguistics. In: Simpson, RC and Swaler, JM and Arbor, A, (eds.) Corpus Linguistics in North America: Selections from the 1999 Symposium. (pp. 76-97). University of Michigan Press


Lee, Y; (2001) Accessible library services for people with disabilities: model for Korean libraries. Doctoral thesis, University of London. Green open access

Lemieux, V.L.; (2001) Competitive viability, accountability and record keeping: a theoretical and empirical exploration using a case study of Jamaican commercial bank failures. Doctoral thesis, University of London. Green open access


Rees, P; Thomas, F; Duke-Williams, OW; (2001) Migration data from the Census. In: Rees, P and Martin, D and Williamson, P, (eds.) The Census Data System. Wiley


Stevenson, WI; (2001) The ecology of publishing and printing: Seven elements that shaped the modern world of the book. Logos , 12 (3) pp. 118-128.


Terras, M; (2001) Another Suitcase, Another Student Hall — Where Are We Going To? What ACH/ALLC 2001 Can Tell Us About the Current Direction of Humanities Computing. Literary and Linguistic Computing , 16 (4) pp. 485-491. 10.1093/llc/16.4.485. Green open access

Terras, M; (2001) Reading the Papyrologist: Building Systems to Aid the Humanities Expert. Presented at: Association of Computing and the Humanities and Association of Literary and Linguistic Computing Joint Conference, New York University, July 2001.


Warwick, C; (2001) 'Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated': Scholarly editing in the digital age. In: Fiormonte, D and Usher, J, (eds.) New Media and the Humanities: Research and Applications. (55 - 62). Humanities Computing Unit: Oxford, UK. Green open access

Warwick, C; Carty, C; (2001) Only Connect, a Study of the Problems caused by platform specificity and researcher isolation in humanities computing. Presented at: Electronic Publishing 01, 2001 in the digital Publishing Odyssey. Proceedings of an ICCC/IFIP Conference at the University of Kent at Canterbury, 5-7 July 2001.

Watkinson, A; (2001) ELECTRONIC SOLUTIONS TO THE PROBLEMS OF MONOGRAPH PUBLISHING. (British National Bibliography Research Fund Report 101 , pp. pp. 1-96 ). Resource: London.

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