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Duncan is currently Academic Liaison Librarian at The Glasgow School of Art, where his role includes the provision of training and workshops to readers, supporting research activity, collection development and management, and the development of online service delivery. In particular, he is interested in the application of new technologies to the learning and teaching process. Duncan is a 2010 recipient of the Outstanding Library Team at the Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards, and was Information Literacy Practitioner of the Year for 2011. Duncan has held a number of roles in the HE, FE, charity and museums sectors.

Glasgow School of Art

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  1. ^ Chappell, D. (2002) The artist's book: its history, definition and typology - a critical deconstruction. Unpublished MSc dissertation. University of Strathclyde, Department of Computing and Information Science
  2. ^ Chappell, D. (2003) 'Typologising the artist’s book'. Art Libraries Journal 28(4) pp.12-20
  3. ^ Library as Incubator Project: Duncan Chappell Interviewed by Laura Damon-Moore. Available at
  4. ^ Chappell, D. (2009) 'Information skills for art and design: the InfosmART project at the Glasgow School of Art'. SCONUL Focus (47) pp.12-14. Available at