“The extended essay : the central roles of the library and the librarian,” in Perspectives on the IB Diploma Core, edited by Judith Fabian, Mary Hayden and Jeff Thompson. Woodbridge UK: John Catt, 2019.
“How to score maximum presentation marks,” in IB Review, September 2016.
“Joining the conversation : citation and referencing for academic writing, not just academic honesty,” in IB Review, April 2016.
“Honesty honestly, an alternative approach to academic honesty,” in The school library rocks: living it, learning it, loving it, accepted papers, volume I: Professional papers. edited by Lourense Das and others. International Association of School Librarianship, 2015.
Chapters on “The extended essay,” “The role of the librarian,” and “Academic honesty” in Introducing the IB Diploma Programme, edited by Marc Abrioux and Jill Rutherford. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013.
Credit where it’s due: the school library preventing plagiarism. Swindon: School Library Association, 2011.
“Changing Attitudes: from Plagiarism and Punishment to Positive Practice.” Paper presented at the 4th International Plagiarism Conference, Newcastle, June 2010.
“Walking two moons: crossing borders with international literature,” in Knowledge Quest 35 (2), November-December 2006.
“From literacy to information literacy: reading for understanding in the real world,” in From Aesop to e-book, selected papers, ed. Penny Moore et al. International Association of School Librarianship, 2004. Paper presented at the joint SLA/IASL Conference, Dublin, 2004.
“Plagiarism: wheat and chaff,” in Access, 17 (3), August 2003.
“Trust or trussed? has Turnitin.com got it all wrapped up?” in Teacher-Librarian, 30 (4), April 2003.
[Reprinted in the Reference Shelf special issue on “Intellectual Property”: Reference Shelf, 75 (3), Chicago: H.W.Wilson, 2003.]
(No longer available on the Teacher-Librarian website; still available on the Internet Archive.)
“Quis custodiet: investigating the investigators”, in The School Librarian, 49 (4), Winter 2001.
“Where the truth lies,” in The School Librarian, 47 (3), Autumn 1999.
“More than surviving: thriving in the information age: reading as a basis for using information technology efficiently,” in Education for all: culture, reading and information, selected papers, edited by Snunith Shoham and Moshe Yitzhaki. International Association of School Librarianship, 1998.Paper presented at the IASL Conference, Tel Aviv, 1998.
“Surviving information overload: lessons from research in reading reluctance,” in School Libraries Worldwide, 3 (1), January 1997.
“‘To read or not to read?’ was never the question,” in A Bridge in the Middle, the journal of the European League of Middle Level Education, 4 (1), December 1994.
Contributor to and part of editorial team for Carolyn Markuson’s Effective libraries in International Schools, 2nd. ed. Petersfield: ECIS, 1999.