Books, Papers and Reports
Bawden D and Robinson L (2013). No such thing as society? On the individuality of information behaviour. JASIST (in press).
Robinson L and Bawden D (2013). Mind the gap: transitions between concepts of information in varied domains. In: Theories of information, communication and knowledge. A multidisciplinary approach. Eds. Ibekwe-SanJuan F and Dousa T. Springer (in press).
Robinson L and Bawden D (2013). So wide and varied: the origins and character of British information science. Journal of Information Science (in press)
Crawford-Franklin C and Robinson L (2013). “Even in an age of wonders”: Radio as an information resource in 1920s America. Journal of Documentation 69(3), (in press).
Robson A and Robinson L (2013). Building on models of information behaviour: linking information seeking and communication. Journal of Documentation 69(2), 169-193.
Ship M and Robinson L (2012). Permeating all community activities? Comparing events and programming in Westminster and Tower Hamlets public libraries. Library and Information Research vol 36(113), 114-126.
Pietras M and Robinson L (2012). Three views of the ‘musical work’: bibliographical control in the music domain. Library Review vol 61(8/9), 551-560.
Bawden D and Robinson L (2012). Introduction to Information Science. Facet: London.
Robinson L and Bawden D (2012). Brian Vickery and the Foundations of Information Science. In: Facets of Knowledge Organization. Proceedings of the ISKO UK Second Biennial Conference, 4th-5th July 2011, London. Eds. Gilchrist A and Vernau J. Emerald Group Publishing.
Bawden D and Robinson L (2011). Individual differences in information-related behaviour: what do we know about information styles? In: New Directions in Information Behaviour. Eds. Spink A and Heinstrom J. Emerald Group Publishing.
Bawden D and Robinson L (2011). Digital literacy and the dark side of information: enlightening the paradox. In: Pursuing Digital Literacy in Compulsory Education. Eds. Stergioulas LH and Drenoyianni H. Peter Lang: Oxford.
Robinson L and Bawden D (2011). Information domains: subject specialism in masters courses. Cilip Update with Gazette February 2011, 28.
Robinson L and Bawden D (2010). Information (and library) science at City University London; fifty years of educational development. Journal of Information Science vol 36, 631-654.
Robinson L and Karamuftouglu M (2010). The Nature of Information Science: changing models. Information Research vol 15(4), paper colis717. Available from: http://informationr.net/ir/15-4/colis717.html
Robinson L (2010). Teaching reference and information services at City University London. REFER vol 26(2), 10-12.
Bawden D and Robinson L (2010). Pharmaceutical information: a thirty year perspective on the literature. Annual Review of Information Science and Technology vol 45 (2011) 63-119.
Robinson L and Vozga R (2010). Renewing Albania’s Libraries. Journal of Documentation vol 66(5), 775-779.
Mason M and Robinson L (2010). The information-related behaviour of emerging artists and designers: inspiration and guidance for new practitioners. Journal of Documentation vol 67(1), 159-180.
Bawden D, Calvert A, Robinson L, Urquart C, Bray C and Amosford J (2010). Understanding our value: assessing the nature of the impact of library services. Library and Information Research vol 33 (issue 105), 62-89.
Robinson L (2010). Understanding Healthcare Information. Facet: London
Robinson L and Maguire M (2010). The rhizome and the tree; changing metaphors for information organisation. Journal of Documentation vol 66(4), 604-613.
Robinson L (2009). Information Science: the information chain and domain analysis. Journal of Documentation vol 65(4), 578-591.
Bawden D and Robinson L (2009). The dark side of information: overload, anxiety and other pathologies. Journal of Information Science vol 35, 180-191.
Bawden D, Robinson L, Anderson T, Bates B, Rutkauskiene U, and Vilar P (2007). Curriculum 2.0? Changes in information education for a Web 2.0 world. Seljan S and Stancic H (eds.), InFuture 2007: Digital information and heritage (Zagreb, 7-9 November, 2007) Zagreb: Philosophy Faculty of Zagreb University, isbn 978-953-175-305-0, 27-40.
Robinson L and Bawden D (2007). Evaluation of outreach services for primary care and mental health; assessing the impact. Health Information and Libraries Journal vol 24 issue s1, December, 57-66.
Robinson L and Glosiene A (2007). Continuing professional development for library and information science: case study of a network of training centres. Aslib Proceedings vol 59 issue 4/5, 462-474.
Robinson L (2007). Impact of digital information resources in the toxicology literature. Aslib Proceedings vol 59 issue 4/5, 342-351.
Robinson L and Bawden D (2007). Measuring the impact of healthcare information services. Lithuanian Journal of Information Sciences vol 40, 95-103.
Robinson L and Bawden D (2006). Evaluation of the impact of primary care and mental health outreach services. Report produced for London Health Libraries. Available from http://www.londonlinks.ac.uk/key_documents.htm
Robinson L and Charles P (2005). Tai Chi – to improve movement and balance in the elderly (part 2). Tai Chi and Alternative Health vol 44, 8 – 11.
Robinson L and Charles P (2005). Tai Chi – to improve movement and balance in the elderly (part 1). Tai Chi and Alternative Health vol 43, 6 – 9.
Robinson L and Charles P (2005). Tai Chi – helping prevent falls in the elderly. Tai Chi and Alternative Health vol 42, 6 – 9.
Robinson L et al. (2005). Healthcare librarians and learner support: competencies and methods. Health Information and Libraries Journal vol 22, 42 – 50.
Bawden D and Robinson L (2002). Promoting literacy in a digital age: approaches to training for information literacy. Learned Publishing vol 15(3), 1 – 5.
Robinson L and Bawden D (2002). Distance Learning and LIS professional development. Aslib Proceedings vol 54(1), 48 – 55.
Bawden D and Robinson L (2002). Internet subject gateways revisited. International Journal of Information Management vol 22(2), 157 – 162.
Bawden D and Robinson L (2001). Information Sources, chapter 2 of Pharmaceutical and Medicines Information Management, Principles and Practice. Robson A, Bawden D and Judd A (eds.), Churchill Livingstone, London 4-16.
Robinson L and Bawden D (2001). Libraries, information and knowledge in open societies. Nordinfonytt vol 2, 21-30.
Robinson L and Bawden D (2001). Libraries and open society; Popper, Soros and digital information. Aslib Proceedings vol 53(5), 167 – 178.
Anderson C, Copestake P, and Robinson L (2000). A specialist toxicity database (TRACE) is more effective than its larger, commercially available counterparts. Toxicology vol 151, 37-43.
Robinson L et al. (2000). Libraries and the Internet: a multinational training course. Program vol 34(2), 187-194.
Robinson L et al. (2000). Comparative Evaluation of the Performance of Online Databases in Answering Toxicology Queries. International Journal of Information Management vol 20, 79-88.
Bawden D and Robinson L (2000). A Distant Mirror? The Internet and the Printing Press. ASLIB Proceedings vol 52(2), 51-57.
Robinson L (2000). A Strategic Approach to Research using Internet Tools and Resources. ASLIB Proceedings vol 52(1), 11-19.
Robinson L and Bawden D (1999). Internet Subject Gateways. International Journal of Information Management 19(6), 511-522.
Robinson L (1998). Using Word 97 to Create Documents for an Intranet. Managing Information 5(4) 30-33.
Robinson L (1997). IT in Hungary – The Librarian’s Perspective. Managing Information 4(6), 40-42.
Robinson L and Bawden D (1995). Internet: the way forward. Managing Information 2(3) 20-22.
Robinson L (1995). Installing a Local Area Network, ASLIB Know How Guides Series.
Meetings and Conference Presentations
Robinson L and Bawden D (2012). So wide and varied: the British origins of information science. Paper presented at the 75th anniversary of ASIST, University of Zadar, Croatia.
Robinson L (2011). Understanding healthcare information. Paper presented at Umbrella 2011, 12-13th July 2011, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield.
Robinson L and Bawden D (2011). Brian Vickery and the foundations of information science. Paper presented at ISKO UK 2011, Facets of Knowledge Organisation: a tribute to Professor Brian Vickery, University College London, 4-5th July 2011.
Robinson L (2010). Understanding the healthcare information domain. Paper presented at Health Libraries Group Conference July 19th – 20th, The Lowry, Salford Quays, Manchester, UK.
Bunyan S and Robinson L (2010). Meeting the user needs of a clinical research team: personalizing Endnote. Paper presented at Health Libraries Group Conference July 19th-20th 2010, The Lowry, Salford Quays, Manchester, UK.
Karamuftouglu M and Robinson L (2010). Information Science: is it for real? Paper presented at CoLIS 7, June 21st – June 24th, University College London.
Robinson L (2009). Effective Communication: Getting your message across. Paper presented at “Web 2.0: What it can do for you”. CILIP, Libraries for Nursing Group, Royal College of Nursing, London. 27th November 2009.
Robinson L (2009). Influences. Paper presented at “Digitally native or digitally naïve? Library and information services for the next generation”. CILIP, East of England Information Services Group, Cambridge. 6th May 2009.
Robinson L (2008). Web 2.0: Developing and Promoting Services. Workshop presented at CILIP, International Library Information Group, London. 16th May 2008.
Robinson L and Bawden D (2006). Measuring the impact of healthcare information services. Paper presented at “Evaluation of library and information services. Does it lead to innovation and effectiveness?” Vilnius University, Faculty of Communication, Institute of Library and Information Science, Vilnius, Lithuania. November 16th -17th 2006.
Robinson L (2002). A Framework for Information in a Digital World. Paper presented at “Libraries in the age of information technology”. Albanian National Library, Tirana, Albania. August 31st- September 1st 2002.
Robinson L (2002). Open Society Institute Training Center Network for LIS professional Development. Paper presented at the 2nd Information Program (formerly Network Library Program) Training Center Initiative Meeting. National Széchényi Library, Budapest, Hungary, June 13th – 14th 2002.
Bawden D, Robinson L and Vilar P (2002), Literacies for the digital library; an international comparison. Presented at ‘Libraries in the Digital Age’, Dubrovnik, 24th May 2002.
Bawden D and Robinson L (2001). Training for information literacy: diverse approaches. Online Information 2001. 4-6th December 2001, Olympia Grand Hall, London, UK.
Robinson L (2001). Searching for Medical Information on the Internet. Yamanouchi Europe Medical Information and Communication Annual Meeting, 30th November 2001, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Robinson L and Bawden D (2001). Multicultural Library Science Education: towards distance learning. Presented at First Annual Joint UK and USA Conference Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL). Kensington Town Hall, London, UK. June 6th 2001.
Bawden D and Robinson L (2001). Information and knowledge for open societies; seven principles for libraries and librarians, in Knowledge, Information and Democracy in the Open Society: the Role of the Library and Information Sector, Proceedings of the 2001 Bobcatsss Conference, Vilnius University, Lithuania, pp 157-164.
Robinson L (2000). A Distance Learning Initiative for Professional Development. Presented at the 1st International Conference “Prospects of Continuing Education for Library and Information Specialists” , Library of Foreign Literature, Moscow, Russia, December 5th -7th 2000.
Robinson L (2000). A curriculum for professional development. Paper presented at the 1st Network Library Program Training Center Initiative Meeting. National Széchényi Library, Budapest, Hungary. September 12th – 14th 2000.
Robinson L (2000). Toxicology Information: the impact of new ICTs on a multidisciplinary science. Poster presented at 8th International Congress on Medical Librarianship, July 2nd – 5th, Queen Elizabeth Conference Centre, London, UK. http://www.icml.org/posters/post29/poster29.htm
Robinson L (2000). Regulatory and Medical intelligence: searching for information on the Internet. Presented at “pharmaceutical_industry.com” The future? Joint conference between the Society of Pharmaceutical Medicine and the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine. June 27th 2000. Royal College of Physicians. London, UK.
Robinson L (1999). Drug and Alcohol Related Information: a strategic approach to research. Papers from ELISAD 11th Annual Meeting, 4th/6th November 1999, Lisbon, Portugal.
Robinson L (1999). A Strategic Approach to Research on the Internet. Papers from MicroLib 99, 25th/28th May, Lisbon, Portugal.
Robinson L (1996). Internet – myth and reality. Translating and the Computer 18. Papers from the ASLIB conference held on 14th/15th November 1996.