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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Moira Bent
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
The loneliness of the long distance researcher2011
Moira Bent
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Writing for Publication and the Role of the Library: "Do Have a Cow, Man!" (Don't Have a Cow, Man" - Bart Simpson)2010
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Moira Bent
A destination or a place of last resort? The research library of the future, its users and its librarians2008
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Moira Bent
Developing and managing effective library and information services to support research and researchers2007
Moira Bent
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Information Literacy in a researcher's learning life: the Seven Ages of Research2007
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Moira Bent
Providing Effective Library Services for Research2007
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Moira Bent
Researchers and their information needs: a literature review2007
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Dr Susan Baines
Professor Rob Wilson
Collaboration and partnership: A review and reflections on a national project to join up local services in England2006
Dr Roger Vaughan
Professor Michael Martin
Professor Rob Wilson
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Dr Susan Baines
et al.
FAME Generic Framework guidance and Readiness Assessment toolkit2006
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
In search of evidence: A small scale study exploring how student nurses accessed information for a health needs assignment2006
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Use of evidence by nursing students: An interdisciplinary study2006
Dr Susan Baines
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Professor Rob Wilson
Practitioner buy-in and resistance to e-enabled information sharing across agencies: the case of an e-government project to join up local services in England2005
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Supporting learning in practice in the EBL curriculum: Pre-registration students' access to learning resources in the placement setting2005
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Barriers to learning: the disabled student perspective for enhancing pedagogical practice2004
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Collaboration and partnership: evaluating the FAME experience2004
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Diverse student needs: the challenge of teaching international students2004
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Diverse student needs: the challenge of teaching international students. A Business School Case Study2004
Dr Susan Baines
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Sarah Walsh
FrAmework for Multi-Agency Environments (FAME): Final Report of the Learning & Evaluation2004
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Students with dyslexia: research projects at Northumbria University2004
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Dyslexic students and the support they receive at Northumbria University2003
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Identifying the effects of diversity on staff & ‘traditional’ student groups: results of a staff survey2003
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Identifying the effects of diversity on staff: results of a survey at Northumbria University2003
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
'Making a difference' to nurse education: the impact on HE libraries2003
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs): one route to improve the status of women in libraries?2003
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Barriers and enablers in access services: evidence from the JUBILEE project2002
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
How was it for you? Student and staff experiences of e-learning: poster2002
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Selling the JUBILEE Project: issues arising from a methodology2002
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
The People’s Network: value and impact in the North East2002
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
The Round Table on Women’s Issues snapshot project: the status of women in libraries internationally2002
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Encouraging and Facilitating the Use of EIS -2001
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Encouraging and Facilitating the Use of Electronic Information Systems (EIS)2001
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Enhancing ICT skills: the how, who and when - illustrations from the JUBILEE project2001
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
EIS in the humanities: irrelevance or future saviour2000
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
JUBILEE: monitoring user information behaviour in the electronic age2000
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs): one route to improve the status of women in libraries?2000
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
A review of the literature for the JUBILEE project (JISC user behaviour in information seeking: Longitudinal evaluation of electronic information services)1999
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
A sentence made by men - Muted group theory revisited1999
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Current research - A showcase: INSIST1999
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Library performance measures: government perspectives.1999
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Dr Sean Parker
NVQs in the Library and Information Sector: Vocational education for librarianship in the 21st century1999
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
NVQs in the Library and Information Sector: vocational education for librarianship in the21st century1999
Dr Sean Parker
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Skills development and the role of NVQs: the INSIST project.1999
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
The ethics of email1999
Dr Pat Gannon-Leary
Value and impact of NVQs in the UK ILS sector1999