Alcock, J. and Curtis, H. (in press) Using Action Learning Sets to support professional development. CILIP Update.
Alcock, J. (2017) CILIP Leadership Programme: developing skills for the future. CILIP Update, February 2017, pp.38-39.
Alcock, J. (2016) Reading, learning, sharing: library leadership resources. CILIP Update, October 2016, p.27.
Alcock, J. (2016) Literature Reviews and Academic Librarianship: The Review Editor’s Perspective. New Review of Academic Librarianship, 22(4), pp.351-354.
Alcock, J. and Lee, A. (2016) Supporting knowledge exchange for Birmingham City University Library and Learning Resources staff. SCONUL Focus, 67, pp.53-55.
Alcock, J. (2016) Meet the LMD Board: 2017 Conference Planner, Jo Alcock. LMD Blog, 23 August 2016.
Alcock, J. (2016) The CILIP Leadership Programme: Supporting future leaders in the library, information and knowledge professions. SCONUL Focus, 66, pp.23-25.
Alcock, J. (in press) IRUS-UK: enabling institutions to quantify usage of open access research, Proceedings from Northumbria Conference 2015 on Performance Measurement in Library and Information Services.
Alcock, J. (2016) Make Yourself Heard! UKSG eNews, 1st March.
Alcock, J. (2015) My Favourite Tipples, FreePint Blog, 3rd June.
Alcock, J., Jones, H. and Reed, A. (2015) Over 1.5 million downloads per month: IRUS-UK measuring usage of UK institutional repositories, Taking Stock, 2014-2015 Winter Edition.
Alcock, J. and Lee, A. (2014) Putting research into practice: mobile technologies in libraries. SCONUL Focus, 59, pp.7-9.
Alcock, J. (2013) Knowing when to stop. CILIP Update, Getting Things Done column (November 2013), p.26.
Alcock, J. (2013) Getting to inbox zero and keeping it that way. CILIP Update, Getting Things Done column (September 2013), p.28.
Alcock, J. (2013) Helping your future self. CILIP Update, Getting Things Done column (July 2013), p.25.
Alcock, J. and Dalton, P. (2013) M-libraries on the hype cycle: where are we? In: Ally, M. and Needham, G. M-Libraries 4: From margin to mainstream – mobile technologies transforming lives and libraries. London: Facet.
Alcock, J. (2013) The art of saying no. CILIP Update, Getting Things Done column (May 2013), p.29.
Alcock, J. and Tumelty, N. (2013) Supercharging your CPD with CPD23. SCONUL Focus, 57, pp.54-60.
Alcock, J. (2013) To-do or not to-do, that is the question. CILIP Update, Getting Things Done column (March 2013), p.25.
Alcock, J. (2013) Decimate Your ‘To Do List’: Get Things Done. Freepint, 7th February.
Alcock, J. (2013) Dealing with calendars and diaries. CILIP Update, Getting Things Done column (January 2013), p.27.
Alcock, J. (2012) Wikis for libraries, Lauren Pressley. Reviewed in: Library Review, 61 (6), pp.471-473.
Alcock, J. (2012) How to get things done. CILIP Update (October 2012), pp.35-37.
Alcock, J. (2012) How to… Write for publication. In: Ruddock, B. The new professional’s toolkit. London: Facet.
Alcock, J. (2012) Portfolio Building workshop review. Central Issues, 24, p.4.
Alcock, J. (2012) Strategic marketing in academic libraries. Panlibus Magazine, 24, pp. 14-15.
Alcock, J. and Brown, A. (2012) CILIP Branch and Group Review report. Central Issues, 25, pp.2-3.
Alcock, J. (2011) Strategic marketing in academic libraries: an examination of current practice. MSc Econ dissertation. Aberystwyth University.
Alcock, J. (2010) The Librarians Information Literacy Annual Conference (LILAC) 2010, Limerick – event report. Journal of Information Literacy, 4 (1), pp.72-74.
Alcock, J. (2009) CoFHE Conference 2009 – first timer’s experience. CoFHE Bulletin, 115, p. 4.
Alcock, J. (2009) Coming over loud and clear. Library & Information Gazette, 11 Dec, p. 8.
Alcock, J. (2009) Online professional networking using Web 2.0 tools. Open Access, 52(3), pp. 1-2.
Alcock, J. (2009) Using Facebook Pages to reach users: the experiences of University of Wolverhampton. ALISS Quarterly, 4(2), pp. 2-6.
Alcock, J. and Rooney-Browne, C. (2009) Blogging: An opportunity to communicate, participate and collaborate on a global scale. Refer, 25(3), pp. 6-8.
Kelly, B., Bevan, P., Akerman, R., Alcock, J. and Fraser, J. (2009) Library 2.0: balancing the risks and benefits to maximise the dividends. Program: Electronic Library & Information Systems, 43(3), pp. 311-327.