English Faculty Library
9 West Road
English Faculty Library Staff
Elizabeth Tilley, MA, MCLIP, FHEA
Libby is responsible for all aspects of management for the Faculty Library. Her particular fields of interest with respect to librarianship include service delivery, collection development and user education/information literacy.
Contact Libby if you have specific questions on resource provision, online reading lists, and making use of bibliographic tools such as Zotero or Endnote.
Tilley, Elizabeth. ‘Community Learning: The Story of Adopting Co-Agency for Effective Learning in a UK University Faculty Library’. New Review of Academic Librarianship 17.1 (2011): 129–148
Priestner, Andy, and Elizabeth Tilley, eds. Personalising Library Services in Higher Education: The Boutique Approach. Farnham, Surrey, England: Ashgate, 2012
Tilley, ELizabeth. 'Personalized Boutique Service: Critical to Academic Library Success?' New Review of Academic Librarianship 19.1 (2013): 78-97
Niamh Tumelty, BA Mus, HDip Ed
Niamh supports the Librarian in running the English Faculty Library. Her responsibilities include managing reader services administration, resolving technical problems, and assisting in planning and providing user education.
Contact Niamh if you have specific questions about CamTools, library room bookings or upcoming library training courses.
Tumelty, N. (2012). The Seven Pillars of Information Literacy at the transition to university. Unpublished Masters thesis, Aberystwyth University, Wales.
Tumelty, N., Birkwood, K. and Kuhn, I. (2012). TeachMeet: librarians learning from each other. In: P. Godwin and J. Parker, ed. Information literacy beyond library 2.0. London: Facet Publishing.Senior Library Assistants
David's responsibilities include supervision of the issue desk, advising readers on finding and using information resources, cataloguing, and assisting with acquisitions. His areas of interest include 20th-century French and English poetry and literature, and the visual arts.
Contact David if you have a specific question about using the Newton catalogue.
Geoff's responsibilities include supervision of the issue desk, and advising readers on finding and using information resources. His areas of interest include: 20th-century literature (especially that concerned with memory, time & place, and reportage); visual culture; and folksong, storytelling and the oral tradition.
Contact Geoff if you have a specific question about journals or e-books.
Susan's responsibilities include assisting readers in using the Library, answering enquiries and issuing and returning books.
Waltraud's responsibilities include assisting readers in using the Library, answering enquiries and issuing and returning books.