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Kerry Webb – University of Reading

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Kerry Webb

Mrs Kerry Webb
Job Title:
Associate Director (Academic Liaison & Support)
Kerry Webb



Member of the Library Senior Management Team responsible for developing Library support for University priorities in learning, teaching and research.


Member of:


  • Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA)
  • Fellow 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 , 71

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


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