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Kelly, B., Guy, M., Chapman, A. and Tonkin, E., 2011. Cultural heritage briefing documents : Briefing documents used to support the cultural heritage sector. Other. Bath: UKOLN.
Chapman, A., 2011. Work for the Cultural Heritage Sector: Ann Chapman, 1987-2011. Other. Bath: UKOLN.
Chapman, A., 2010. Authentication Services for Public Libraries: A Report. Other. Bath: UKOLN.
Lyon, E. and Chapman, A., 2010. Empower, Inform, Enrich Report: a Response from UKOLN. Other. Bath: UKOLN.
Chapman, A., 2007. Resource discovery: catalogs, cataloging and the user. Libary Trends, 55 (4), pp. 917-931.
Chapman, A., Kartus, E., Paradis, D. and Zinkham, H., 2006. GMD/SMD Working Group: Proposal for Content and Carrier Terms in RDA. Discussion Paper. Joint Steering Committee for RDA.
Chapman, A., Kelly, B., Nevile, L. and Heath, A., 2006. Personalization and Accessibility: Integration of Library and Web Approaches. In: Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on World Wide Web, 2006-01-01.
Chapman, A., 2006. Pitfalls and blind alleys: perspectives on quality measurements. Catalogue and Index, 153 (Summer), pp. 2-4.
Chapman, A., 2004. Collection-level descriptions: joining up the domains. Journal of the Society of Archivists, 25 (2), pp. 149-155.
Chapman, A. and Robinson, B., 2004. Collection-level description: thinking globally before acting locally. Ariadne, 40.
Chapman, A., 2003. Collection level descriptions as a tool for managing digital collections. ASSIGNation, 20 (3), pp. 19-21.
Chapman, A. and Danskin, A., 2003. A new direction for bibliographic records? The development of Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records and some practical implications (part 2). Catalogue and Index, 149 (Autumn), pp. 9-11.
Chapman, A. and Danskin, A., 2003. A new direction for bibliographic records?: the development of Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (part 1). Catalogue and Index, 148 (Summer), pp. 8-11.
Chapman, A., 2002. Revealing collections for visually impaired people. SCONUL Newsletter, 25, pp. 70-73.
Chapman, A., 2001. The future role of NUCAF and a technical specification of the metadata requirements. Vol. 73. London: Museums, Libraries and Archives Council. (Library and Information Commission research reports)
Chapman, A., 2000. Revealing the invisible: The need for retrospective conversion in the virtual future. Alexandria: The Journal of National and International Library and Information Issues, 12 (1), pp. 33-43.
Chapman, A. and Spiller, D., 2000. Trend analysis of monograph acquisitions in public and university libraries in the UK. Vol. 47. Loughborough: Lougborough University, Department of Information Science, Library & Information Statistics Unit. (Library and Information Commission research report)
Chapman, A., 1999. Availability of bibliographic records for the UK imprint. Journal of Documentation, 55 (1), pp. 6-15.
Chapman, A., Kingsley, N. and Dempsey, L., 1999. Full disclosure: releasing the value of library and archive collections: a report to the Pathfinding Group of the British Library, Library and Information Commission and the Library and Information Co-operation Council by UKOLN and the National Council on Archives on a national strategy for the retrospective conversion of library and archive catalogues. Vol. 10. London: Library and Information Commission. (Library and Information Commission report)
Chapman, A., 1996. Retrospective catalogue conversion: a national study and a discussion based on selected literature. Libri, 46 (1), pp. 16-24.
Chapman, A., 1995. National library bibliographic record availability: a long-term survey. Library Resources & Technical Services (LRTS), 39 (4), pp. 345-357.
Chapman, A., 1994. Up to standard? A study of the quality of records in a shared cataloguing database. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, 26 (4), pp. 201-210.
Chapman, A., 1993. Quality of bibliographic records in a shared cataloguing database: a case study using the BLCMP database. Vol. 6120. Bath: University of Bath, Centre for Bibliographic Management. (British Library research and development reports)