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Aust, Rowan Online reactions to institutional crises: BBC Online and the aftermath of Jimmy Savile. In: Web Archives as Big Data. (Unpublished)

Baillie, Donna (2011) Digital Research and Editing Environments: workshop report. [Discussion or working paper] (Unpublished)

Blaney, Jonathan and Webster, Peter (2011) The Impact and Embedding of an Established Resource: British History Online as a Case Study: final report. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

Cran, Rona ‘all writing is in fact cut ups’: the UK Web Archive and Beat literature. In: Web Archives as Big Data. (Unpublished)

Deswarte, Richard Revealing British Euroscepticism in the UK Web Domain and Archive Case Study. In: Web Archives as Big Data. (Unpublished)

Gartner, Richard and Blaney, Jonathan LIPARM: Linking Parliamentary Records through Metadata. [Dataset] (Unpublished)

Hitchcock, Tim (2011) Towards a new History Lab. In: Digital Connections, 31 March 2011, Institute of Historical Research. (Unpublished)

Lazenby, Rachael RCHME Permissions Controller’s Final Report. UNSPECIFIED. Institute of Historical Research. (Unpublished)

Maiden, John and Webster, Peter (2011) Parliament, the Church of England and the last gasp of political Protestantism, 1963-4. Parliamentary History . ISSN 1750-0206 (online) (Submitted)

Millward, Gareth Digital barriers and the accessible web: disabled people, information and the internet. In: Web Archives as Big Data. (Unpublished)

Olney, R. J. (1995) Using manuscript sources for British history. Institiute of Historical Research website .

Phillpott, Matt (2010) IHR Online Research Seminar Delivery Survey. Project Report. Institute of Historical Research. (Unpublished)

Phillpott, Matt (2010) Existing services for online lectures and seminars - scoping report. Project Report. Institute of Historical Research. (Unpublished)

Salt, Peter (2009) Connecting the Royal Historical Society Bibliography to other online resources. In: Third Conference on European Historical Bibliographies, 3-4 December 2009, The Hague, Institute of Netherlands History. (Unpublished)

Tate, Bruce (2010) ReScript – collaborative online editing of historical texts. In: Digital Editing, 18 November 2010, Institute of Historical Research, London. (Unpublished)

Tate, Bruce (2011) British History Online, a case study. UNSPECIFIED. Institute of Historical Research, London.

Tate, Bruce ISURV: Developing a sustainability index using British History Online. UNSPECIFIED. University of London. (Unpublished)

Taylor, Helen Do online networks exist for the poetry community? In: Web Archives as Big Data. (Unpublished)

Thomas, David (2011) Digital information and the digital document. In: Digital Connections, 31 March 2011, Institute of Historical Research. (Unpublished)

Webster, Peter (2008) Anglo-Catholicism, theology and the arts, 1918-1970. In: Anglo-Catholic History Society annual lecture, June 2008, St Magnus the Martyr, London. (Unpublished)

Webster, Peter (2010) Archbishop Temple’s offer of a Lambeth degree to Dorothy L. Sayers. In: From the Reformation to the Permissive Society. Church of England Record Society (18). Boydell and Brewer for the Church of England Record Society, Woodbridge, pp. 565-582. ISBN 978-1-84383-558-5

Webster, Peter (2008) Beauty, utility and Christian civilisation: war memorials and the Church of England, 1940-47. Forum for Modern Language Studies, 44 (2). pp. 199-211.

Webster, Peter (2010) The English cathedrals since 1945. The English Parish Church [DVD-ROM] .

Webster, Peter (2009) George Bell, John Masefield and 'The Coming of Christ': context and significance. Humanitas. The Journal of the George Bell Institute, 10 (2). pp. 111-124.

Webster, Peter (2010) Visual art in the English parish church since 1945. The English Parish Church [DVD-ROM] .

Webster, Peter (2001) The relationship between religious thought and the theory and practice of church music in England, 1603-c.1640. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Webster, Peter (2008) The ‘revival’ in the visual arts in the Church of England, c.1935–c.1956. Studies in Church History, 44 . pp. 297-306. ISSN 9780954680947

Webster, Peter and Blaney, Jonathan (2011) The Impact and Embedding of an Established Resource: British History Online as a Case Study. UNSPECIFIED. Institute of Historical Research. (Unpublished)

Webster, Peter and Jones, Ian (2006) Anglican ‘Establishment’ reactions to ‘pop’ church music in England, 1956–c.1990. Studies in Church History, 42 . pp. 429-441.

Webster, Peter and Jones, Ian (2007) Expressions of Authenticity: Music for Worship. In: Redefining Christian Britain. Post 1945 perspectives. SCM, London, pp. 50-62.

Webster, Peter and Jones, Ian (2008) New music and the ‘evangelical style’ in the Church of England, c.1958-1991. In: British Evangelical Identites Past and Present: volume 1. Studies in Evangelical History and Thought . Paternoster, Carlisle, pp. 167-179. ISBN 9781842273906

Webster, Peter and Jones, Ian (2006) The theological problem of popular music for worship in contemporary Christianity. Crucible. The journal of Christian social ethics, July-S . pp. 9-16.

Winters, Jane (2011) Approaches to digital editing. In: Envisioning REED in the digital age, 4-5 April 2011, Toronto. (Unpublished)

Winters, Jane (2011) 'Reviews in History' and peer review in the digital age. In: Scholarly communication in the digital age, 20-21 January 2011, Munich. (Unpublished)

Winters, Jane and Wright, Catherine (2006) Peer review project online survey report. Project Report. (Unpublished)

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