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Graham Walton B.Sc. (Hons), M.A., M.B.A., Ph.D., M.C.L.I.P

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Honorary Research Fellow

Ethnography. Impact and value assessment. User Experience (UX)

Dr Walton has over 30 years’ experience as an information professional, an author, an editor and as a research practitioner. This experience was gained at Northumbria and Loughborough Universities.  He is currently Editor of the New Review of Academic Librarianship and also has a 2017 book published on informal learning spaces. He combines his Honorary Research Fellow role with being a Partner Assessor at Assessment Services

Customer services and engagement. Informal learning spaces. Information seeking  behaviour in Ph.D students. 

  • Walton, G. and Matthews, G. (jt.eds) (2017) Exploring informal learning space in the university: a collaborative approach. Oxford, Routledge
  • Ravenwood, C., Walton. and Stephens, D.  (2017) Complexity in decision making: Determining university library opening hours, Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, 1 –9. DOI: 10.1177/0961000617726127
  • Walton, G. and Webb, P. (2016) Leading the Innovative and Creative Library Workforce: Approaches and Challenges Innovation in Libraries and Information Services, 257-275
  • Matthews, G. and Walton, G. (2014) Strategic development of university library space: widening the influence, New Library World, 115 (5/6), 237 – 249.
  • Goulding, A.; Walton, G. and Stephens, D.(2012) The importance of political and strategic skills for UK library leaders, Australian Library Journal,  61 (2), 105 – 118.