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Program

 

Tuesday, 1st February 2011

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0730 - 0900 FIRST TIMERS BREAKFAST    
0900 - 0910 WELCOME TO COUNTRY    
0910 - 0915 OFFICIAL OPENING    
0915 - 1030 KEYNOTE ADDRESS    
1030 - 1100

MORNING TEA

   
1100 - 1225

SESSION A:

I still haven't found what I'm looking for

SESSION B:

Engaging Information

SESSION C:

Oils ain't oils

1100 - 1125

A1:
Culture Shock: Librarians' Response to Web Scale Search
 
Constance Wiebrands, David Howard, Edith Cowan University Library
[ Paper | Pres ]

B1:
A History of Aboriginal Sydney... digitally delivering the past to the present
Suzana Sukovic, Peter Read, University of Sydney
[ Paper | Pres ]

C1:
Why Popeye is still right
 
 
Janet Fletcher, University of New South Wales
[ Paper | Pres ]

1130 - 1155

A2:
MyLanguage: expanding the possibilities of community web content
 
Oriana Acevedo, State Library of New South Wales,
Brendan Fitzgerald
, State Library of Victoria- Vicnet
[ Paper | Pres ]

B2:
Getting research data 'out there': Collaborative solutions to identifying, describing and making research data more visible
Craig Milne, Ellen Thompson, Lance De Vine, Queensland University of Technology
[ Paper | Pres ]

C2:
Information literacy for ubiquitous learning
 
 
Sophie McDonald, Jemima McDonald, University of Technology Sydney Library
[ Paper | Pres ]

1200 - 1225

A3:
From 'I hate it' to 'it's my new best friend!' : Making heads or tails of client feedback to improve our new Quick Find discovery service
Cathy Slaven, Barb Ewers, Jessie Donaghey, Kurt Vollmerhause, Queensland University of Technology
[ Paper | Pres ]

B3:
Applying the 'Airbus A380 Principle' to client-focused library portal development
 
Claudia Davies, David Bratchford, Legal Aid Queensland
[ Paper | Pres ]

C3:
The War of the Words - Searching for Consensus to Navigate Corporate Content
 
Hazel Bowley, Cybersearch 2 Pty Ltd
[ Paper | Pres ]

1230 - 1400

LUNCH AND EXHIBITION VIEWING

   
1400 - 1440 KEYNOTE ADDRESS:

Information in the Internet Age

Iarla Flynn

   
1440 - 1535

SESSION A:

Creating the future of description & access

SESSION B:

It's all in the detail

SESSION C:

Wide open spaces

1440 - 1505

A4:
The actual importance of RDA elements in supporting key user tasks
Philip Hider, Ying-Hsang Liu, Charles Sturt University
[ Paper | Pres ]

B4:
Metadata for the Uninterested
 
 
Irvin Flack, Bailey Evan, Centre for Learning Innovation, NSW Department of Education and Training
[ Paper | Pres ]

C4:
All Hat; No Cattle
 
 
Bruce Heterick Ithaka (JSTOR)

[ Paper | Pres ]

1510 - 1535

A5:
Reuse, recycle, reinvent.. new ways to use library data
 
 
 
Anna Raunik, State Library of Queensland
[ Paper | Pres ]

B5:
Creating Metadata and Profiling Constructs for Electronic books, journals and articles: Applying Approval Methodologies in the Electronic Environment
Stephen Pugh, Oranjarra Partners
[ Paper | Pres ]

C5:
Re-thinking the school library space
 
 
 
 
Andrew Finegan, Princes Hill Secondary College
[ Paper | Pres ]

1535 - 1600

AFTERNOON TEA

   
1600 - 1645 KEYNOTE ADDRESS:

Find & Get

Chris Winter

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1650 - 1745

SESSION A:

The needle in the haystack

SESSION B:

Small is beautiful

SESSION C:

Come to order

1650 - 1715

A6:
Find and get in trove: making 'getting better'.
 
Rose Holley, Kent Fitch, National Library of Australia
[ Paper | Pres ]

B6:
How to write a paper in 140 characters or less: Social media for professional development
Naomi Doessel, Griffith University,
Kate Freedman, La Trobe University
[ Paper | Pres ]

C6:
Flexible, customisable and good looking: multiple uses for Word press MU in two Australian Libraries
Kathryn Greenhill, Curtin University.
Sue Cook, CSIRO
[ Paper | Pres ]

1720 - 1745

A7:
Managing Digital Assets into the future. The Australian War Memorial's new Digital Asset Management System
Robyn Van Dyk, Australian War Memorial
[ Paper | Pres ]

B7:
Little changes, big improvements.
 
 
 
Lisa Miller, Gold Coast City Council
[ Paper | Pres ]

C7:
Bringing order to chaos: Using an Enterprise Classification Scheme to Restructure a Shared Drive
 
Sally Newton, The University of Melbourne
[ Paper | Pres ]

1800 - 2000

WELCOME COCKTAIL PARTY

   
 
 
 

Wednesday, 2nd February 2011

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0900 - 0950 INTRO/KEYNOTE ADDRESS:

Ebooks and the Future of Publishing

Michael Mace

   
0950 - 1020

MORNING TEA

   
1020 - 1215

SESSION A:

Pandora's box

SESSION B:

Unknown knowns

SESSION C:

The next wave

1020 - 1045

A8:
Clash of the Paradigms...busting 'em in the 21st Century
Garry Conroy Cooper, LINC Tasmania
[ Paper | Pres ]

B8:
Library space - Living space.
 
Alexander Sussman, City of Ryde.
Steve Richards
[ Paper | Pres ]

C8:
Delivering Knowledge & Information Solutions in an FMCG Environment
Melinda Stewart, George Western Foods
[ Paper | Pres ]

1050 - 1115

A9:
What's in the box? How the science library is challenging tradition at UWA
 
 
Carmel O'Sullivan, Jill Benn, University of Western Australia
[ Paper | Pres ]

B9:
Rights at work - a case study in building a rights management system
 
 
Ingrid Finnane, Carmel McInerny, Linda Groom, National Library of Australia
[ Paper | Pres ]

C9:
Revolutionising digital content ingest: building a newspaper clippings collection using practical automation to assist with selection and classifi cation
Judy Hutchinson, Roxanne Missingham, Information Access Branch, Parliamentary Library, Philip Anderson, SAIC Pty. Ltd.
[ Paper | Pres ]

1120 - 1145

A10:
Library Spaces: New Places of Invention
Annie Talvé, Make Stuff Happen
[ Paper | Pres ]

B10:
Crawling to the 21st Century
 
Jan Titcombe, Royal United Services Institute of New South Wales
[ Paper | Pres ]

C10:
Australian local studies libraries and the participatory web
Simone Wise, Queensland University of Technology
[ Paper | Pres ]

1150 - 1230

VENDOR PRESENTATIONS

VENDOR PRESENTATIONS

VENDOR PRESENTATIONS

1230 - 1345

LUNCH AND EXHIBITION VIEWING

   
1345 - 1430 KEYNOTE ADDRESS:

Mobile, social, digital collections

Sebastian Chan

   
1435 - 1600

SESSION A:

21st century spaces and places

SESSION B:

EvaluateIT!

SESSION C:

Mapping the future

1435 - 1500

A11:
Heritage Distillation: Evolving from the Library to the Museum of the Book
Kim Scott, Montana State University
[ Paper | Pres ]

B11:
Customer Service Excellence in the Self-Service Library
 
Shaun Brady, SirsiDynix
[ Paper | Pres ]

C11:
Your Library's future is non-linear: methodologies to imagine your preferred paths
Steve O'Connor, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
[ Paper | Pres ]

1505 - 1530

A12:
Online space displacing physical space in libraries; the impact of online use on the transformation of library design
Janine Schmidt, Mukurta Consulting Gulcin Cribb, Ozyegin University
[ Paper | Pres ]

B12:
Evaluating web 2.0 tools
 
 
 
Ellen Forsyth, Leanne Perry, State Library of NSW
[ Paper | Pres ]

C12:
Navigating the Legal Minefield of Web 2.0
 
 
Anne Fitzgerald, QUT Law Faculty
[ Paper | Pres ]

1535 - 1600

A13:
Vital statistics: benchmarking in the 21st century library
Margaret Pembroke, Southern Cross University
[ Paper | Pres ]

B13:
Student Engagement and Retention: What Does Library Use Tell Us?
Jayanthi Joseph, Gaby Haddow, Curtin University Library
[ Paper | Pres ]

C13:
New spaces - Queensland and The Edge
Rory McLeod, State Library of Queensland
[ Paper | Pres ]

1600 - 1730

AFTERNOON TEA -

FREE TIME FOR EXHIBITION

VENDOR PRESENTATIONS

 

 

VENDOR PRESENTATIONS

 

 

VENDOR PRESENTATIONS

1800 - 1830

Pre Dinner Drinks

   
1830 - 2300

CONFERENCE DINNER

   
 
 
 

Thursday, 3rd February 2011

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0900 - 0950 KEYNOTE ADDRESS:

Digital Libraries: The Phoenix Rising from the Ashes

Sarah Houghton - Jan

   
0950 - 1020

MORNING TEA

   
1020 - 1145

SESSION A:

Evolution revolution

SESSION B:

Talking 'bout my generation

SESSION C:

You can teach an old dog new tricks

1020 - 1045

A14:
Re-imagining Libraries: Delivering services in a digital world
 
Wendy Quihampton, National & State Libraries Australasia
[ Paper | Pres ]

B14:
Location, location, location! Meeting students where they seek information
Michelle Liu, Marie-Thérèse Barbaux, The University of Sydney
[ Paper | Pres ]

C14:
Preparing library staff for research support services at QUT
 
Martin Borchert, Paula Callan, Queensland University of Technology Library
[ Paper | Pres ]

1050 - 1115

A15:
Librarians for the real world
 
Kate Davis Queensland University of Technology
[ Paper | Pres ]

B15:
Learn to Play the Game - Play the Game to Learn
David Di Muro, University of New South Wales
[ Paper | Pres ]

C15:
Professional development and peer mentoring for new library graduates
Anne Lahey, James Cook University
[ Paper | Pres ]

1120 - 1145

A16:
Delivering library services in a technology - and security - constrained Environment
Amanda Magnussen, IP Australia Library
[ Paper | Pres ]

B16:
Not another Library class! Information skills for web generation students
Su Hanfling, Rebecca Goldsworthy, Gaith Bader, University of Sydney
[ Paper | Pres ]

C16:
Leadership trajectory: Did the Aurora Leadership Institute make a difference?
Kim Tairi, Swinburne University of Technology
[ Paper | Pres ]

1150 - 1300

VENDOR PRESENTATIONS

VENDOR PRESENTATIONS

VENDOR PRESENTATIONS

1300 - 1400

LUNCH AND EXHIBITION VIEWING

   
1400 - 1525

SESSION A:

Into the deep end

SESSION B:

If we build it, will they find it?

SESSION C:

Games people play

1400 - 1425

A17:
Sink or Swim: The Water Corporation Library's experiences from diving into E-Services
Emma Taylor, Water Corporation of Western Australia
[ Paper | Pres ]

B17:
Learning to freely share: mandates and open access
 
Mary Anne Kennan, Charles Sturt University
[ Paper | Pres ]

C17:
Aus-e-Stage Navigating Networks: Visualizing Artistic Networks in the Performing Arts
Liz Milford, Jonathan Bollen, Corey Wallis, Jenny Fewster, Flinders University
[ Paper | Pres ]

1430 - 1455

A18:
Playing with readers: online games and their potential for reference and readers advisory services in public libraries
Ellen Forsyth, State Library of NSW
[ Paper | Pres ]

B18:
Partnering for publication: the library, the bookshop, DA-direct and the custom book centre at University of Melbourne
Jenny Ellis, University of Melbourne
Graeme Connelly, University Melbourne Bookshops
Simon Strong, Custom Book Centre
[ Paper | Pres ]

C18:
Fiction with a twist: E-Literacy in action
 
 
Lizzie Chase, Deborah Abela, John Larkin, Carl Leonard, Victor Davidson, School Libraries and Information Literacy Unit, NSW, DET
[ Paper | Pres ]

1500 - 1525

A19:
Revolutionising the library OPAC
 
Christine Mackenzie, Yarra Plenty Regional Library
[ Paper | Pres ]

B19:
Building the USQ Arts Repository
 
Duncan Dickinson, Peter Sefton, Chris Lee, Alison Hunter, University of Southern Queensland
[ Paper | Pres ]

C19:
Integrated Literacies: Every online player wins a prize
Judith Peacock, Queensland University of Technology
[ Paper | Pres ]

1530 - 1600

AFTERNOON TEA

   
1600 - 1700

SESSION A:

Reality Check

SESSION B:

Out in the ether

SESSION C:

Where can you get it?

1600 - 1625

A20:
Does participation equate to engagement?
 
Linda Barron, State Library of Queensland
[ Paper | Pres ]

B20:
Using smartphones in health - what are the implications for library resources?
Gillian Wood, Northern Sydney Central Coast Area Health Service, Julia Philips, Royal North Shore Hospital
[ Paper | Pres ]

C20:
Support for gold open access publishing strategies at QUT
 
Martin Borchert, Colleen Cleary, Queensland University of Technology
[ Paper | Pres ]

1630 - 1655

A21:
Ebook readers: separating the hype from reality
 
 
Ann Huthwaite, Alex McClintock, Brendan Sinnamon, Peter Sondergeld, Queensland University of Technology
[ Paper | Pres ]

B21:
Reference through time and (cyber) space: implementing a nationwide public library network 'live' chat service
Aaron Tan, National Library Board, Singapore
[ Paper | Pres ]

C21:
Can they find it? Yes they can (maybe): Results of a materials availability survey
 
Dana McKay, Gary Hardy, Swinburne University of Technology Library
[ Paper | Pres ]

1700 - 1750

PANEL DISCUSSION:

   
1750 - 1800

CONFERENCE CLOSE

   
1800 - 1900 FAREWELL DRINKS    
 
 


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