Reviewed documents in ‘The contribution of professional staff to academic knowledge development: A literature review and a research agenda’

  1. Acker, Sandra, Michelle McGinn, and Caitlin Campisi. 2019. ‘The Work of University Research Administrators: Praxis and Professionalization’. Journal of Praxis in Higher Education 1 (1): 61–85.
  2. Allen‐Collinson, Jacquelyn. 2006. ‘Just “Non-Academics”?: Research Administrators and Contested Occupational Identity’. Work, Employment and Society 20 (2): 267–88.
  3. ———. 2009. ‘Negative “Marking”? University Research Administrators and the Contestation of Moral Exclusion’. Studies in Higher Education 34 (8): 941–54.
  4. ———. 2007. ‘“Get Yourself Some Nice, Neat, Matching Box Files!” Research Administrators and Occupational Identity Work’. Studies in Higher Education 32 (3): 295–309.
  5. Antell, Karen, Jody Bales Foote, Jaymie Turner, and Brian Shults. 2017. ‘Dealing with Data: Science Librarians’ Participation in Data Management at Association of Research Libraries Institutions | Antell | College & Research Libraries’, April.
  6. Bedi, Shailoo, and Christine Walde. 2017. ‘Transforming Roles: Canadian Academic Librarians Embedded in Faculty Research Projects | Bedi | College & Research Libraries’, April.
  7. Beime, Kristina S., Hans Englund, and Jonas Gerdin. 2021. ‘Giving the Invisible Hand a Helping Hand: How “Grants Offices” Work to Nourish Neoliberal Researchers’. British Educational Research Journal 47 (1): 1–22.
  8. Berman, Judith E., and Tim Pitman. 2010. ‘Occupying a “Third Space”: Research Trained Professional Staff in Australian Universities’. Higher Education 60 (2): 157–69.
  9. Borrego, Ángel, Jordi Ardanuy, and Cristóbal Urbano. 2018. ‘Librarians as Research Partners: Their Contribution to the Scholarly Endeavour Beyond Library and Information Science’. The Journal of Academic Librarianship 44 (5): 663–70.
  10. Cox, Andrew M., Mary Anne Kennan, Liz Lyon, and Stephen Pinfield. 2017. ‘Developments in Research Data Management in Academic Libraries: Towards an Understanding of Research Data Service Maturity’. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 68 (9): 2182–2200.
  11. Cox, Andrew M., and Eddy Verbaan. 2016. ‘How Academic Librarians, IT Staff, and Research Administrators Perceive and Relate to Research’. Library & Information Science Research 38 (4): 319–26.
  12. Daly, Siobhan. 2013. ‘Philanthropy, the New Professionals and Higher Education: The Advent of Directors of Development and Alumni Relations’. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 35 (1): 21–33.
  13. Dobson, Ian R. 2000. ‘“Them and Us” – General and Non-General Staff in Higher Education’. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 22 (2): 203–10.
  14. Ducas, Ada M., and Nicole Michaud-Oystryk. 2003. ‘Toward a New Enterprise: Capitalizing on the Faculty–Librarian Partnership | Ducas | College & Research Libraries’.
  15. Ducas, Ada, Nicole Michaud-Oystryk, and Marie Speare. 2020. ‘Reinventing Ourselves: New and Emerging Roles of Academic Librarians in Canadian Research-Intensive Universities | Ducas | College & Research Libraries’, January.
  16. Frølich, Nicoline, Tom Christensen, and Bjørn Stensaker. 2019. ‘Strengthening the Strategic Capacity of Public Universities: The Role of Internal Governance Models’. Public Policy and Administration 34 (4): 475–93.
  17. Gander, Michelle. 2018. ‘A Descriptive Study of Professional Staff, and Their Careers, in Australian and UK Universities’. Perspectives: Policy and Practice in Higher Education 22 (1): 19–25.
  18. Gibbs, Thea, and Husni Kharouf. 2020. ‘The Value of Co-Operation: An Examination of the Work Relationships of University Professional Services Staff and Consequences for Service Quality’. Studies in Higher Education 0 (0): 1–15.
  19. Gornitzka, Åse, and Ingvild Marheim Larsen. 2004. ‘Towards Professionalisation? Restructuring of Administrative Work Force in Universities’. Higher Education 47 (4): 455–71.
  20. Gray, Stephen. 2015. ‘Culture Clash or Ties That Bind? What Australian Academics Think of Professional Staff’. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 37 (5): 545–57.
  21. Harman, Grant, and Christopher Stone. 2006. ‘Australian University Technology Transfer Managers: Backgrounds, Work Roles, Specialist Skills and Perceptions’. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 28 (3): 213–30.
  22. Henkin, Alan B., and Dorothy Persson. 1992. ‘Faculty as Gatekeepers: Non‐academic Staff Participation in University Governance’. Journal of Educational Administration 30 (2).
  23. Higman, Rosie, and Stephen Pinfield. 2015. ‘Research Data Management and Openness: The Role of Data Sharing in Developing Institutional Policies and Practices’. Edited by Dr Andrew Cox. Program: Electronic Library and Information Systems 49 (4): 364–81.
  24. Hockey, John, and Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson. 2009. ‘Occupational Knowledge and Practice amongst UK University Research Administrators’. Higher Education Quarterly 63 (2): 141–59.
  25. Hüther, Otto, and Georg Krücken. 2018. Higher Education in Germany—Recent Developments in an International Perspective. Higher Education Dynamics. Springer International Publishing.
  26. Ito, Shin, and Toshiya Watanabe. 2021. ‘Multilevel Analysis of Research Management Professionals and External Funding at Universities: Empirical Evidence from Japan’. Science and Public Policy, no. scaa074 (January).
  27. Joo, Soohyung, and Gisela M. Schmidt. 2021. ‘Research Data Services from the Perspective of Academic Librarians’. Digital Library Perspectives 37 (3): 242–56.
  28. Kallenberg, Ton. 2016. ‘Interacting Spheres Revisited’. In Positioning Higher Education Institutions: From Here to There, edited by Rosalind M. O. Pritchard, Attila Pausits, and James Williams, 177–97. Rotterdam: SensePublishers.
  29. ———. 2020. ‘Differences in Influence: Different Types of University Employees Compared’. Tertiary Education and Management 26 (4): 363–80.
  30. Karlsson, Sara, and Malin Ryttberg. 2016. ‘Those Who Walk the Talk: The Role of Administrative Professionals in Transforming Universities into Strategic Actors’. Nordic Journal of Studies in Educational Policy 2016 (2–3): 31537.
  31. Kehm, Barbara M. 2015a. ‘Academics and New Higher Education Professionals: Tensions, Reciprocal Influences and Forms of Professionalization’. In Academic Work and Careers in Europe: Trends, Challenges, Perspectives, 177–200. The Changing Academy – The Changing Academic Profession in International Comparative Perspective. Springer, Cham.
  32. ———. 2015b. ‘The Influence of New Higher Education Professionals on Academic Work’. In Forming, Recruiting and Managing the Academic Profession, 101–11. The Changing Academy – The Changing Academic Profession in International Comparative Perspective. Springer, Cham.
  33. Kolsaker, Ailsa. 2014. ‘Relocating Professionalism in an English University’. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 36 (2): 129–42.
  34. Krücken, Georg, Albrecht Blümel, and Katharina Kloke. ‘The Managerial Turn in Higher Education? On the Interplay of Organizational and Occupational Change in German Academia’. Minerva 51 (4): 417–42.
  35. Latham, Bethany. 2017. ‘Research Data Management: Defining Roles, Prioritizing Services, and Enumerating Challenges’. The Journal of Academic Librarianship 43 (3): 263–65.
  36. Macfarlane, Bruce. 2011. ‘The Morphing of Academic Practice: Unbundling and the Rise of the Para-Academic’. Higher Education Quarterly 65 (1): 59–73.
  37. Mcinnis, Craig. 1998. ‘Academics and Professional Administrators in Australian Universities: Dissolving Boundaries and New Tensions’. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 20 (2): 161–73.
  38. Pinfield, Stephen, Andrew M. Cox, and Jen Smith. 2014. ‘Research Data Management and Libraries: Relationships, Activities, Drivers and Influences’. PLOS ONE 9 (12): e114734.
  39. Rethlefsen, Melissa L., Ann M. Farrell, Leah C. Osterhaus Trzasko, and Tara J. Brigham. 2015. ‘Librarian Co-Authors Correlated with Higher Quality Reported Search Strategies in General Internal Medicine Systematic Reviews’. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 68 (6): 617–26.
  40. Rhoades, Gary. 2009. ‘Envisioning Invisible Workforces: Enhancing Intellectual Capital’. In Academic and Professional Identities in Higher Education, edited by Celia Whitchurch, 1st ed., 53–72. London: Routledge.
  41. Ryttberg, Malin. 2020. ‘Legitimacy Dynamics of Professional Support Staff at Higher Education Institutions’. Higher Education Policy, August.
  42. Ryttberg, Malin, and Lars Geschwind. 2017. ‘Professional Support Staff at Higher Education Institutions in Sweden: Roles and Success Factors for the Job’. Tertiary Education and Management 23 (4): 334–46.
  43. ———. 2019. ‘Professional Support Staff in Higher Education: Networks and Associations as Sense Givers’. Higher Education 78 (6): 1059–74.
  44. Sanches, Tatiana. 2015. ‘From Tradition To Innovation: Exploring Administration Practices In Four Portuguese University Libraries’. Journal of Library Administration 55 (5): 376–93.
  45. Sapir, Adi. 2020. ‘Brokering Knowledge, Monitoring Compliance: Technology Transfer Professionals on the Boundary between Academy and Industry’. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 0 (0): 1–16.
  46. Shelley, Louise. 2010. ‘Research Managers Uncovered: Changing Roles and “Shifting Arenas” in the Academy’. Higher Education Quarterly 64 (1): 41–64.
  47. Sprague, Mary M. 1994. ‘Information-Seeking Patterns of University Administrators and Nonfaculty Professional Staff Members’. The Journal of Academic Librarianship 19 (6): 378–83.
  48. Szekeres, Judy. 2006. ‘General Staff Experiences in the Corporate University’. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 28 (2): 133–45.
  49. ———. 2011. ‘Professional Staff Carve out a New Space’. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 33 (6): 679–91.
  50. Szekeres, Judy, and Tony Heywood. 2018. ‘Faculty Managers: A Constantly Changing Role’. In Professional and Support Staff in Higher Education, edited by Carina Bossu and Natalie Brown, 243–59. University Development and Administration. Singapore: Springer Singapore.
  51. Takagi, Kohei. 2015. ‘Blurring Boundaries and Changing University Staff: The Case of the University of Hong Kong’. Frontiers of Education in China 10 (4): 578–607.
  52. Veles, Natalia, and Margaret-Anne Carter. 2016. ‘Imagining a Future: Changing the Landscape for Third Space Professionals in Australian Higher Education Institutions’. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 38 (5): 519–33.
  53. ———. 2008b. ‘Shifting Identities and Blurring Boundaries: The Emergence of Third Space Professionals in UK Higher Education’. Higher Education Quarterly 62 (4): 377–96.
  54. ———. 2008c. ‘Beyond Administration and Management: Reconstructing the Identities of Professional Staff in UK Higher Education’. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 30 (4): 375–86.
  55. ———. 2009. ‘The Rise of the Blended Professional in Higher Education: A Comparison between the United Kingdom, Australia and the United States’. Higher Education 58 (3): 407–18.
  56. ———. 2010. ‘Some Implications of “Public/Private” Space for Professional Identities in Higher Education’. Higher Education 60 (6): 627–40.
  57. Whitchurch, Celia, and George Gordon. 2009. Academic and Professional Identities in Higher Education: The Challenges of a Diversifying Workforce. Florence, UNITED STATES: Taylor & Francis Group.
  58. Wilkins, Janie L. Hassard, and Gloria J. Leckie. 2017. ‘University Professional and Managerial Staff: Information Needs and Seeking | Hassard Wilkins | College & Research Libraries’, April.
  59. Wohlmuther, Sue. 2008. ‘“Sleeping with the Enemy”: How Far Are You Prepared to Go to Make a Difference? A Look at the Divide between Academic and Allied Staff’. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 30 (4): 325–37.