Welsh Government. (2021). Cymru’n Cofio Wales Remembers 1914-1918 Final Publication. Available online and limited hard copy distributed to schools, libraries etc. (Co-editor)
Tyler, A. (2021). Libraries are Essential to Health and Wellbeing. Blog post CILIP Scotland
Tyler, A. (2020). Health on the Shelf: Health and Wellbeing in Public Libraries in Scotland. Report for the Scottish Library & Information Council. Available online on the SLIC website
Simon, A. & Tyler, A. (2019). Universal Credit and public libraries in Wales: A scoping study into digital inclusion and digital by default. Report on initial findings is available online.
Tyler, A. (2019). Libraries on the Move: the impact of mobile library services in Scotland. Report for Scottish Library & Information Council. Available online on the SLIC website
Kennedy, A. & Tyler, A. (2012). ‘Applying SROI in the evaluation of the Welsh library strategy’, in Proving value in challenging times. Proceedings of the 9th Northumbria International Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries and Information Services. Editors: Ian Hall, Stephen Thornton and Stephen Town. University of York: York. pp. 191-196. Available online: https://www.york.ac.uk/about/departments/support-and-admin/information-services/performance/northumbria-conference/9th-conference/proceedings/
Tyler, A. (2012). Welsh Libraries and Social Media: A Survey. Ariadne, 68. Available online: http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue68/tyler
Tyler, A. (2011). The case for libraries’ use of social media: a how-to. Voices for the Libraries. Available online: http://www.voicesforthelibrary.org.uk/2011/08/the-case-for-libraries-use-of-social-media-a-how-to/
Bevan, P. & Tyler, A. (2009). An integrated library platform: Wales’ approach to delivering digital information and resources nationally. Program, 43 (1), pp 36-48. Abstract available: https://dblp.org/db/journals/program/program43.html
Purdie, J. & Tyler, A. (2009). Happy Days for Welsh Libraries. In Marketing Library and Information Services II: A Global Outlook. Ed. by Gupta, Dinesh K., Koontz, Christie & Massisimo, Angels. IFLA Publications 159, pp177-194. See IFLA website https://www.ifla.org/publications/ifla-publications-series-159
Tyler, A. (2006). A library of our own: the potential for a women’s library in Wales. (PhD Thesis). Department of Information Studies, Aberystwyth University. Available online: http://hdl.handle.net/2160/254
Yeoman, A. J., Cooper, J. M., Urquhart, C. J. & Tyler, A. (2003). The management of health library outreach services: evaluation and reflection on lessons learned on the VIVOS project. Journal of the Medical Library Association, 91 (4), pp.426-433. Available online: https://core.ac.uk/display/1915398
Tyler, A. (2001). A survey of distance learning library and information science courses delivered via the Internet. Education for Information, 19 (1), p.47-59.
Urquhart, C J; Yeoman, A; Cooper, J; Tyler, A. (2001). Impact analysis in virtual outreach information services (VIVOS project). Health Informatics Journal, 7 (3/4), p.198-206.
Yeoman, A; Urquhart, C; Cooper, J; Tyler, A. (2001). The value and impact of virtual outreach services. British Library. Library and Information Commission Research Report, (111), 325pp.
Roberts, D H E. & Tyler, A. (2000). Resource Sharing by Welsh Libraries: A Report on Interlending. A Report to The National Assembly for Wales. University of Wales Aberystwyth: Department of Information and Library Studies.