The internet lounge is for your relaxation! The Bayside Room, just across from the Exhibition area, will be transformed into an online playground where you can enjoy a coffee, the city view, network with colleagues, as well as collect your e-mail, chase that website, or meet with our Celebrity Surfers at lunchtimes.
Digital issues I
A1 From bricks and mortar to click and mortar: leveraging e- commerce technologies for flexible learning support - Edward Lim.
MyLibrary@Cornell at http://mylibrary.cornell.edu/
Users may be provided with the ability to select a pre-determined set of resource which they would like to access regularly, e.g. a set of full text journals, or databases.
California Digital Library's search engine, Searchlight at http://searchlight.cdlib.org/cgi-bin/searchlight, or OCLC's SiteSearch at http://www.oclc.org/oclc/menu/site.htm
A distributed searching facility which will permit the simultaneous search of a numberof disparate online information resources using different protocols.
Monash University Portal at http://my.monash.edu.au
Using push technology to narrowcast a suite of resources which conform to the profile of the user .
A2 Innovations in electronic delivery of scholarly information- Shirley Sullivan Lyn Horwood, Jane Garner, Ruth Baxter.
CrossRef functions as a sort of digital switchboard. It holds no full text content, but rather effects linkages through Digital Object Identifier (DOI) numbers, which are tagged to article metadata supplied by the participating publishers. A researcher clicking on a link (the format of which is determined by publisher preference; for example, a CrossRef button, or "Article" in html) will be connected to a page on the publisher's website showing a full bibliographical citation of the article, and, in most cases, the abstract as well. The reader can then access the full text article through the appropriate mechanism; subscribers will generally go straight to the text, while others will receive information on access via subscription, document delivery, or pay-per-view. CrossRef costs the researcher nothing; its expenses are covered by nominal charges to the publishers for depositing their metadata, annual membership fees, and fees to publishers of abstracting and indexing databases and libraries for accessing CrossRef's bank of DOIs to create links to full text articles.
CoRR an online Computing Research Repository at http://www.acm.org/pubs/corr/
E-BioSci at http://www.embo.org/E_Biosci_proposal.html
E-BioSci is an initiative to provide a European platform for a wide range of high quality electronic services relating to full text access and retrieval in the life sciences. E-BioSci aims to involve a broad spectrum of publishers, service providers, scientific authors, and academic institutes.
LANL eprint server at http://au.arXiv.org
Open Archives project at http://www.openarchives.org/
Aims toprovide an infrastructure to enable seamless searching across comprehensive collections.
PrePRINT Network at http://www.osti.gov/preprint/
The Department of Energy's PrePRINT Network is a searchable gateway to preprint servers that deal with scientific and technical disciplines of concern to DOE.› Such disciplines include the great bulk of physics, materials, and chemistry, as well as portions of biology, environmental sciences and nuclear medicine. With a single query, users can search one or a collection of existing preprint servers. › The Network pulses the search engines of such servers, compiles the results, and returns them to the users.
PubMed Central at http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/
Free online access to the full text of life science research articles.
A3 Five things librarians and publishers don 't know about electronic scholarly publishing: a researcher 's perspective- Elaine Lally
- CULTSTUD at http://www.cas.usf.edu/communication/rodman/cultstud/
WORKING ONLINE I B1Knowledge management and the information professional; strategic partner or service provider? - Dr Patricia Milne
- Sarah Zupko's PopCultures at http://www.popcultures.com/
Broadbent, Marianne 'The Phenomenon of Knowledge Management: What Does it Mean to the Information Profession? at http://www.sla.org/pubs/serial/io/1998/may98/broadben.html
B2 IT competencies for Library staff: - the challenge for the University of Melbourne Library- Angela Bridgeland and Iris Simpson
B3 What is it that you do? - Wendy Pang and Stephen Benson
- CompAssess at http://www.compassess.edfac.unimelb.edu.au/compassess/
The purpose of the On-line Competency Assessment, Recording and Monitoring System (CompAssess) is to assist assessors at the enterprise level make quality assessments against chosen industry or enterprise Standard(s) and to report and profile these assessments and the work of assessors.
- LearningFast at http://www.learningfast.com.au/support/index.html
LearningFast is a complete interactive learning solution for popular computer software. It combines interactive computer based training modules with an extensive library of workbooks and tutorials. A subscription-based web site, LearningFast is home to the most revolutionary, interactive, and cutting edge online e-learning available.
THE WEB I C1Portals, Virtual Portals and Information Clumps: technologies, issues and trends - Sally- Anne Leigh
C2 From subject gateway to dynamic web space the evolution of the Australian virtual engineering library - Gulcin Cribb-Claire Hill, Chris Taylor
- Traffick - the PORTAL Portal at http://www.traffick.com
AVEL (Australasian Virtual Engineering Library) at http://avel.edu.au/
C3 Case Study: Cutting edge library services at Sun Microsystems - Cindy Hill
- MyLearning Portal, a single location for Sun employees to learn about training opportunities. MyLearning Portal organizes the key information tools, contains evaluated resources, pulls together resources existing across the company, allows users to search across a variety of information and learning tools, and makes them easily accessible in a portal architecture.
Our E-Commerce Adventure: SunLibrary Bookstore at http://www.infotoday.com/il99/presentations/confetti/
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||WEB SHOWCASE, INTERNET LOUNGE
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DIGITAL ISSUES II A4Data recovery and providing access to digital manuscripts- Deborah Woodyard
A5 Creating content for Cyberspace: Victoria 's Virtual Library- Brendan Fitzerald - Rebecca Toohey
Victoria's Virtual Library at http://www.libraries.vic.gov.au/
A6 Establishing a judicial virtual library: the Supreme Court Library of Queensland 's experience- Samantha Wrigley - Rebecca Cook, Aladin Rahemtula
WORKING ONLINE II B4The impact of the digital revolution on the century of the mind- Richard R. Rowe
B5 Digital libraries: constructing a value in the digital age for libraries and clients - Roxanne Missingham
- D-Lib Working Group on Digital Library Metrics at http://www.dlib.org/metrics/public/index.html
This Working Group is aimed at developing a consensus on an appropriate set of metrics to evaluate and compare the effectiveness of digital libraries and component technologies in a distributed environment.
THE WEB II C4A Servant of five masters? The parliamentary web review: reasons, findings and future directions - Catherine Gilbert
C5 Academic library web site design principles - Ros Boyce
- LibQUAL+ at http://www.arl.org/libqual/
The LibQUAL+ project, developed in conjunction with Texas A&M University during 1999-2000, is a large-scale, user-based assessment of library service effectiveness across multiple universities.
C6 BUILDER Hybrid library project: strategic themes and operational issues- Michele Shoebridge - Andrew Hampson
- BUILDER Hybrid Library at http://builder.bham.ac.uk/main.asp
- BUILDER: Publications and presentations at http://builder.bham.ac.uk/publicationsandpresentationsreports.asp
These pages provide details of publications and presentations about the BUILDER project and related issues.
- 'The HyLiFe Project (one of eLib Phase 3 Hybrid Library Projects) at http://hylife.unn.ac.uk/toolkit is developing a Hybrid Library Toolkit designed as a practical guide and information resource for anyone creating and/or managing new hybrid services in their libraries. The pages you can see have been compiled by members of the HyLiFe team in the project's six partner sites. Please note that this is still 'work in progress' and we welcome your comments, suggestions and - yes please - contributions! The Toolkit will be maintained and further developed at the University of Northumbria for a minimum of two years'.
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||WEB SHOWCASE, INTERNET LOUNGE
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DIGITAL ISSUES III A7Digital copyright for libraries: an update - Nick Smith
A8 Online rights management trading- Renato Iannella
A9 Public access to online content: The role of the library consortia in Australia - Margaret E. Phillips
- OzAuthors at http://www.ozauthors.com/
'OzAuthors is a one-stop web hosting and ecommerce service for authors and publishers to make their works available in digital format to many different marketplaces'.
- CAVAL at http://www.caval.edu.au/
WORKING ONLINE III B7Delivering information out of the box - Dr Dilawar Grewal
- Licensingmodels.com at http://www.licensingmodels.com/
Model standard licenses for use by publishers, librarians and subscription agents for electronic resources.
B8 Information literacy made ezy- Sarah Bishop - Glenda Henderson
- Texas A&M University Digital Library [TAMUDL].at http://dl.tamu.edu/
- Web-ezy at http://www.web-ezy.com
Web-ezy software constitutes a shell that can be used to develop a customised, interactive, web-based library and information skills program.
- Web-ezy at ACU http://ovid.unilinc.edu.au/acuweb-ezy/
Web-ezy at Charles Sturt University at http://www.csu.edu.au/division/library/
B9 Help for students and profile for the library: the WebCT student help desk at Flinders University Library. - Ian McBain
DIGITAL COLLECTION MANAGEMENT D1From projects to programs and products- strategies for creating viable Australian digital collections - Ross Coleman
D2 Building a digital science library - Philip Kent - Rolfe Westwood, Anne Camfield
D3 What 's n a name? - National Library of Australia
- Uniform Resource Names [ urn ] at http://www.ietf.org/html.charters/urn-charter.html
The goal of this working group is to define both a Uniform Resource Name (URN) framework and an initial set of components that fit this framework. URNs are persistent identifiers for information resources.
- Persistent Uniform Resource Locator [PURL] at http://purl.oclc.org/
A PURL is a Persistent Uniform Resource Locator. Functionally, a PURL is a URL. However, instead of pointing directly to the location of an Internet resource, a PURL points to an intermediate resolution service.
- Digital Object Identifier (DOI®) at http://www.doi.org/
It is a system for identifying and exchanging intellectual property in the digital environment. It provides a framework for managing intellectual content, for linking customers with content suppliers, for facilitating electronic commerce, and enabling automated copyright management for all types of media.
| Wednesday, 17 January 2001
|0900 - 1015
||KEYNOTE Clare Hart Internal and external information; training implications
- Legal at http://www.austlii.edu.au
- Factiva's intranet at http://www.factiva.com
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||INTERNET TIPS AND TRICKS Log file analysis - Tricia Larner
INTERNET TIPS AND TRICKS Server- side includes - Greg Notess
INTERNET TIPS AND TRICKS Site design and CSS (Cascading style sheets) - Naomi Staples
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||WEB SHOWCASE, INTERNET LOUNGE
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||FOCUS SPEAKER Greg Notess Search Engine Showdown
- Search Engine Showdown at http://www.searchengineshowdown.com/
A users' guide to Web searching, compares and evaluates Internet search engines from the searcher's perspective.
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SEARCH AND DELIVERY I E1Evaluating search engine performance for Australasian information - Alastair G Smith
E2 Integrated searching facilities in a government website- Kerry A Webb
- Local Modifications of Global Search Engines
ANZWERS at http://www.anzwers.com.au/ (This uses the Inktomi database also used by HotBot) Excite Australia at http://www.excite.com.au/ GoEureka at http://www.goeureka.com.au/ (This uses the AltaVista database)
ACT Department of Urban Services at http://www.act.gov.au/urbanservices/
DESIGNING FOR RETRIEVAL I F1Linking: The state of play today - Bette Brunelle
- International DOI [Digital Object Identifier] Foundation at http://www.doi.org
F2 Tantalizing the palate: testing CORC, an alternative " search engine"- Kerrie Talmacs
- SFX Overview at http://www.exlibris.co.il/sfx/
The SFX framework was developed from research on linking between scholarly information resources, including full-text repositories; abstracting, indexing, and citation databases; on-line library catalogs; and citations appearing in research articles, e-print systems, and other Web resources. This framework permits context-sensitive linking between Web resources.
CORC (Cooperative Online Resource Catalog) at http://www.oclc.org/oclc/corc/
BUSINESS DOWNTOWN I G1Can you succeed in knowledge management? - Kim Sbarcea
- University of New South Wales Library. (2000). CORC Project. at http://www.library.unsw.edu.au/~eirg/corc/corc.html
G2 Developing a Knowledge Environment via an Enterprise Portal- Therese Bendeich
ACCESS ISSUES I H1Partnerships for Community Wellbeing: a Recipe for Success! - Juliet Marconi, Julie Gardner and Greg Fowler
H2 To pay or not to pay: is this the question? - Leneve Jamieson
- SALUS: Improving Access to Knowledge for Community Wellbeing project at http://www.dhs.sa.gov.au/salus/
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SEARCH AND DELIVERY II E3Beyond Dublin Core: the role of directories in seamless document delivery - Judith Pearce - Andrew Wells
E4 Managing a Forest of Information: integrating bibliographic resources into a forest planning decision support system - Hugh Barnes - Brett Waring
- ILRS (Interlibrary Resource Sharing Directory) at http://www.nla.gov.au/ilrsdemo/
- PRIDE (›People and Resources Identification for Distributed Environments) at http://www.viscount.org.uk/pride/
E5 Reducing Depreciation of Knowledge: Applying Analytical Research Tools- Jacqueline H. Trolley
DESIGNING FOR RETRIEVAL II F3Cataloguers may yet inherit the earth either side of the paper title, so "Cataloguers may yet inherit the earth " - Lloyd Sokvitne
F4 CSIRO Online: using XML to introduce structure and efficiency to a large web site. - Cynthia Love - Philip Kent
- Service Tasmania Online at http://www.service.tas.gov.au/
Service Tasmania simplifies Government processes and makes doing business with the Government faster, easier and cheaper.
F5 Extensible Markup Language ( XML) for the Library - Sten Christensen- Dr Creagh Cole
BUSINESS DOWNTOWN II G3Strategic alliances: the way of the future - Diana Rylatt
G4 Case Study: development of the information centre at Westpac Banking Corporation - Kerry Snelgrove
G5 Extracting the max - Australian financial content online- Pat Matthews
ACCESS ISSUES II H3Opening our libraries, online shops and websites to all: digital information available through audio and alternative interfaces for people with disabilities- Tim Noonan
H4 Accessibility on the web- Charles McCathieNevile
H5 Working with e- books and portable reading devices - Katie Wilson
- XML-Schema "XML Schema Language"
W3C Candidate Recommendation available at http://www.w3.org/TR/
| Thursday, 18 January 2001
|0900 - 1015
||KEYNOTE Stevan Harnad How and why to free the give away research literature
- Eprints: Free OAI-compliant Eprint-Archive-creating software at http://www.eprints.org
Dedicated to the freeing of the refereed research literature online through author/institution self-archiving.
- CogPrints: Cognitive Sciences Archive at http://cogprints.soton.ac.uk
- OpCit:Open Citation Linking Project at http://opcit.eprints.org
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|1200 - 1230
||INTERNET TIPS AND TRICKS Web-enabled library applications - John Wright
INTERNET TIPS AND TRICKS Bookmarks, portals and link rot - Tony Barry
INTERNET TIPS AND TRICKS Metadata to find resources - John Brisbin
|1230 - 1400
||LUNCH and EXHIBITION VIEWING WEB SHOWCASE, INTERNET LOUNGE
|1400 - 1530
PARTNERSHIP STRATEGIES I1When agendas mesh...- Christine Mackenzie - Michael Aulich
I2 Partnerships: growth from projects to operations - Steve O' Connor Cathie Jilozsky, and Richard Plumb
- UNICORN from SIRSI at http://www.sirsi.com/Prodserv/overview.html
- CAVAL at http://www.caval.edu.au/
- Proteus at http://www.proteus.com.au/
I3 Partnering in creating on line health information - Dr Jeffrey Langdon
INFORMATION LITERACY STRATEGIES J1LITE Years: development of an online literacy programme 1996- 2000- Merrilee Albatis
- VDX at http://www.fdgroup.co.uk/fdi/vdx/about.html
- LITE: Murdoch University Library's Library and Information Technology Exercises at http://wwwlib.murdoch.edu.au/lite/aboutlit.html
J2 What a web we weave: evaluating the flexible delivery of information literacy education - Heather Drew - Wendy Abbott, Debbie Orr
- Download LITE at http://wwwlib.murdoch.edu.au/training/download/download.html
- University of Southern Queensland's eGO at http://www.usq.edu.au/b-eGO
- Griffith University's Library Research Tutorial [LRT] at http://www4.gu.edu.au/shr/lrt/
J3 Finite questions and infinite answers: online assessment of information literacy skills - Julie Badger - Susan Roberts
- Queensland University of Technology's Pilot at http://wwwlib.qut.edu.au/pilot/index.htm
INTRANET STRATEGIES K1Intranet- based service delivery ? making it work. A review of current practice in health/ special libraries - Philip Keane- Mary Peterson
K2 Addressing user needs in intranet development - Dr Andrew Arch - Natalie FitzGerald
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||PANEL AND SUMMATION Partnerships for sustainable online information services: myth or fact? Neil McLean, Clare Hart, Stevan Harnad, Mary Ellen Bates, Greg Notess
Conference Summary by Neil McLean at papers/mclean.htm