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Anne Welsh. Cataloguing and Decision-Making in a Hybrid Environment: the Transition from AACR2 to RDA. Facet, 2016.
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Anne Welsh. '“Expertise ... Certification ... Cultural Capital”: the Education of Librarians in the UK' in Michael Seadle, Chu and Ulrike Stöckel (eds.). Educating the profession: 40 Years of the IFLA Section on Education and Training. De Guyter, 2016.
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Anne Welsh. 'Historical Bibliography in the digital world' in Claire Warwick, Melissa Terras and Julianne Nyhan (eds.). Digital Humanities in practice. Facet, 2012.
Anne Welsh. 'Experiential learning in Historical Bibliography' in Raphaele Mouren (ed.). Ambassadors of the book: competences and training for heritage librarians. (IFLA Publications 160). De Gruyter, 2012.