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Alison Sutton

Name:
Mrs Alison Sutton
Job Title:
Research Publications & Institutional Repository Manager
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Responsibilities

Management of the Research Publications and CentAUR team, and the development of the institutional repository, CentAUR.

CentAUR and Open Access help

See the online help to get you started with CentAUR, or book a place on one of our surgeries - details on the Open Access courses page.

For help with publishing or archiving your articles as Green or Gold Open Access, and on complying with University, REF and funder policies, please see our Open Access webpages.

 

Memberships

Member of:

  • IRUS-UK Community Advisory Group
  • Publications Router Community Advisory Group
  • UKCoRR Committee

Qualifications

  • MCLIP Chartered member of the Institute of Library and Information Professionals
  • MInstLM Member of the Institute of Leadership and Management
  • MA Information and Library Studies
  • PgDip Information and Library Studies
  • BA (Hons) Medieval and Modern History

Areas of Interest

Research groups / Centres

Publications

Sutton, A., Rowlett, K., and Johnson, P. (2017) Library support for the lifecycle of research publications. SCONUL Focus, 69 pp.41-46.

Sutton, A.M. (2005) Meteorology and climatology. In: Lester, R. (ed.),  The new Walford guide to reference resources: science, technology and medicine.  London: Facet, pp.148-160.

Sutton, A.M. (2000) Convergence: a review of the literature. In: Reid, B.J. and Foster, W. (eds.), Achieving cultural change in networked libraries. Aldershot: Gower, pp.63-75.

Sutton, A.M. (2000) Technical convergence and the response of the academic institution. In: Reid, B.J. and Foster, W. (eds.), Achieving cultural change in networked libraries. Aldershot: Gower, pp.77-104.

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