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Member of the Library Senior Management Team responsible for developing Library support for University priorities in learning, teaching and research.
Academic Liaison Librarian for:
- Museum Studies
For online help please take a look at my pages on finding information in Museum studies.
If you need further help, please email me with your query or to make an appointment.
You might also like to find out about what I can do for you as your Academic Liaison Librarian.
- Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA)
- Chartered member of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals
- MA Information Services Management
- BA (Hons) English with Art
- Diploma in Egyptology
Areas of Interest
Research groups / Centres
Webb, K. (2020) ''…or equivalent experience': revisiting subject librarian job descriptions', SCONUL Focus , 72 [forthcoming]
Webb, K (2015) 'Mistress of the House of Books: Seshat and the role of libraries in Ancient Egypt', Ancient Egypt, 15 (6) June/July, pp.12-18
Webb, K (2015). 'Even better than the real thing?: Kerry Webb visits the facsimile Tomb of Tutankhamun on the West Bank at Luxor', Ancient Egypt, 15 (4) February/March, pp.32-39
Webb, K (2013). "The House of Books": libraries and archives in Ancient Egypt', Libri: International journal of libraries and information services , 63 (1), pp. 21-32
Webb, K (2012). 'Case study G: Online outreach and tailored training: the English Faculty Library at Oxford University', in Priestner, P. & Tilley, E. (eds.) Personalising library services in higher education. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 137-141
Contributed case study material to: Orna, E. & Stevens, G. (2009). Managing information for research 2nd ed. Maidenhead: Open University Press/McGraw-Hill Education
Weller, K (2006). 'Putting our own house in order: CILIP-accredited LIS courses', CILIP library + information update, 5 (1-2, Jan-Feb), pp. 30-32
Weller, K (2005). 'Rolling stock: library and information services for gypsies and travellers', Libri: International journal of libraries and information services, 55 (4), pp. 206-215