Helen Young BA York , MA Sheffield , MCLIP, FHEA
Deputy Director of Library Services
- 01509 222346
Reporting to the Director of Library Services and responsible for ensuring the effective delivery of all Library Services in support of learning, teaching and research.
Supporting the Director of Library Services in developing and leading Library strategic direction in line with University Strategy.
Helen Young, Alison Ashmore and Steph McKeating, 2018. Developing the Library partnership - the Loughborough way. ALISS Quarterly, 13 (3), pp. 2-8. https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/dspace-jspui/handle/2134/33143
Cooke, L. ... et al, 2011. Evaluating the impact of academic liaison librarians on their user community: a review and case study. New Review of Academic Librarianship, 17 (1), pp.5-30.
Helen Young, Peter Lund & Graham Walton, 2010."Tools to develop effective research support in an academic library : a case study", in A Katsirikou & C.H. Skiadas (eds.), Qualitative and quantitative methods in libraries: Theory and applications: Proceedings of the international conference on QQML 2009, World Scientific Publishing, pp.439-445.
Helen Young and Peter Lund, "Reflections on a benchmarking survey of research support provided by 1994 Group libraries", SCONUL Focus, 43, Spring 2008, pp.51-56. http://www.sconul.ac.uk/publications/newsletter/43/14.pdf
Helen Young and Angela Donaldson, 2006. "Comment on the Joint Academic Stage Board (JASB) guidance", Legal Information Management, 6 (1), pp. 31-33.
Selina Lock and Helen Young, "The benefits of conducting a usability study -The University of Leicester experience", Online Information 2005 Proceedings, pp.93-98.
Helen Young, "Are academic law librarians in decline?- The Results of the 2000-2001 BIALL/SPTL Academic Law Libraries Survey", Legal Information Management , 2 (2), pp. 50-55.
Helen Browning with Suzanne White, "Rethinking European Documentation Centres - is a regional network of repositories really the way forward?",European Information , April 1999, pp.21-23.
Peter Luther & Helen Browning, "The impact of the Internet on legal bibliography", in UK Law for the Millenium: a collection of reports delivered at the XVth International Congress of Comparative Law held in Bristol , United Kingdom, July 1998 , London : United Kingdom National Committee of Comparative Law, 1998.
Helen Browning, "The Internet in reality: using the Net to support library users", Conference Paper, presented at the Internet Research and Information for Social Scientists International Conference, Bristol , March 1998:http://www.sosig.ac.uk/iriss/papers/paper45.htm .