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Frankie Wilson

Biography and contact details

Contact
Frankie Wilson
The Library
Brunel University
Uxbridge
Middlesex
UB8 3PH

frankie.wilson@brunel.ac.uk
01895 266160

Qualifications
MA (Oxon) in Experimental Psychology from Oxford University
MSc. in Information and Library Management from University of Bristol
Currently undertaking PhD in Organisational Quality Culture at Brunel University

Employment
2003- Subject Liaison Librarian (School of Information Systems, Computing & Mathematics), Brunel University
2000-2003 Assistant Librarian, Nuffield College, Oxford
1999-2000 Graduate Trainee, Nuffield College, Oxford

Research interests

Quality; Organisational culture; Performance measurement; Management of libraries; Bridging the divide between research and practice in librarianship; Evidence-based librarianship, particularly research methods.

Publications

Wilson, F. and Smith, K. (2007) Working Together to Educate Students. In: Roberts, T. S., Student Plagiarism in an Online World: Cases and Solutions. Idea Group. (ISBN: 9781599048031)

Chen, S., Coughlan, J., Love, S., Macredie, R.D., and Wilson, F. (2007) Cognitive Implications of Information Spaces: Human Issues in the Design and Use of Electronic Library Interfaces. In: Earnshaw, R. A., Digital Convergence - Libraries of the Future. Springer (ISBN: 9781846289026)

Wilson, F. (2006) What is the meta quality of your Library? SCONUL Focus, 38, pp.85-88
Available from http://www.sconul.ac.uk/publications/newsletter/

Wilson, F. and Town, J.S. (2006) Benchmarking and Library Quality Maturity. Performance Measurement and Metrics, 7 (2), pp.75-82
****Recognised as an Outstanding Paper at the Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2007****
Available to download from BURA

Wilson, F. and Town, J.S. (2007) Benchmarking and Library Quality Maturity. Proceedings of the 6th Northumbria International Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries and Information Services, Durham, 22 – 25 August 2005.

Wilson, F. (2004) Working Towards Best Practice Post-SENDA: Examples of Academic Library Provision for Disabled User Access. Bristol: CLAUD (ISBN: 0954381815)

Committee memberships

Library and Information Research Group, Special interest group of CILIP.

ASLIB Engineering & Technology Group, Special interest group of ASLIB.

Plagiarism resources

This section presents the resources referred to in the following publication:

Wilson, F. and Smith, K. (2007) Working Together to Educate Students. In: Roberts, T. S., Student Plagiarism in an Online World: Cases and Solutions. Idea Group. (ISBN: 9781599048031).

Links

Brunel Library website

Brunel Library Intranet website

Last updated 15 January, 2008