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

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Brown, Mark, Parchment, Oz and White, Wendy (2011) Institutional data management blueprint. Southampton, GB, University of Southampton, 21pp.

Brown, Mark and White, Wendy (2011) Institutional data management blueprint final report. Southampton, GB, University of Southampton

Byatt, Dorothy, Hancock, Peter, Hitchcock, Steve and White, Wendy (2011) DataPool: building capacity, developing skills, supporting researchers. At 7th International Digital Curation Conference "Public? Private? Personal? Navigating the Open Data Landscape", Bristol, GB, 05 - 07 Dec 2011. 1pp.


Earl, Graeme, White, Wendy and Wake, Pam (2011) IDMB archaeology case study: Summary. Southampton, GB, University of Southampton, 12pp.


Newington, Linda (2011) Balancing act: the inextricably bound book works of Salt + Shaw. In, Bodman, Sarah (eds.) The Artist's Book Yearbook 2012/2013. Bristol, GB, Impact Press, 57-59.

Newington, Linda (2011) Guide to the Artists’ Books Collection: University of Southampton Library. Southampton, GB, Winchester School of Art, 32pp.

Newington, Linda (2011) Knitted together: a new pattern for the future. Southampton, GB, University of Southampton, 9pp. (Look-Here! Project Case Studies).

Newington, Linda (2011) A knitting legacy: Linda Newington opens up the doors to the University of Southampton’s fascinating knitting collections. The Knitter, 32, 38-39.

Newington, Linda (2011) A visual journey through the Artists' Books. In, Newington, Linda, White, Maria, Su, Cui, Sowden, Tom and Pichler, Michalis (eds.) Print matters. Southampton, GB, University of Southampton.


Whitton, Michael and Takeda, Kenji (2011) Data management questionnaire results: IDMB Project. Southampton, GB, University of Southampton, 16pp.

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