Edge Hill University

Liam Bullingham

Research Support Librarian (Library and information studies not elsewhere classified)

Ormskirk, UK

I manage the Research Support Team in Library and Learning Services at Edge Hill University. I work with the Research Office to develop and deliver training for our research community. My professional interests cover developments scholarly communications including open access, research metrics, and research data management. More personally, I am interested in self presentation in online environments and am influenced by theories introduced by Erving Goffman.


  • https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0165551512470051
  • https://journals.shu.ac.uk/index.php/seej/article/view/55#
  • http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/125279/
  • 'The presentation of self in the online world': Goffman and the study of online identities
  • "Library shock"-the expectations and realities of library and research skills for international students
  • Using Adobe Connect to deliver innovative learner support
  • dataset from: 'Pay now or wait a year: embargoes as a selective barrier to access'
  • Transparency as a route to social responsibility in research

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