• VALA2014 Session 5 Ogle


    Just accept it! Increasing researcher input into the business of research outputs

    Tuesday 4 February 2014, 14:40 - 15:10
    Persistent URL: http://www.vala.org.au/vala2014-proceedings/vala2014-session-5-ogle

    Lisa Ogle and Kai Jin Chen

    University of Newcastle, NSW

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    This paper discusses the experience of the University of Newcastle in implementing the NURO research publications management system, using Symplectic Elements software. The new system provides an opportunity to value-add library services for researchers, while meeting the demands from university management for richer publications reporting tools. A particular challenge is re-engaging researchers in the research publications management process, after many years of the Library doing much of the work on their behalf.

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  • VALA2008 Session 16 Pilarski


    VALA Peer Reviewed PaperReaching the audience using podcasts, SMS/texting and blogs at the University of Newcastle Library

    VALA 2008 CONCURRENT SESSION 16: Accessibility
    Thursday 7 February 2008 14:35 - 15:05
    Persistent URL: http://www.vala.org.au/vala2008-proceedings/vala2008-session-16-pilarski

    Carla Pilarski

    School Librarian, University of Newcastle

    Debbie Posker

    School Librarian, University of Newcastle

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    This paper discusses and highlights the ongoing journey at the University of Newcastle Library in the use of emerging Web 2.0 technologies. The University of Newcastle Library staff have "looked ahead" and identified new exciting ways of delivering Library Information and services to assist clients, in person, or online. Specific initiatives were developed which supported the goal of using emerging Web 2.0 technologies to facilitate user collaboration to resource sharing and effective use of the Library website.


  • VALA2004 Session 10 Thewlis


    Persistent URL: http://www.vala.org.au/vala2004-proceedings/vala2004-session-10-thewlis

    Working together to expand and extend the functionality of your ILMS – how to get more from your vendor

    VALA 2004 CONCURRENT SESSION 10: Extending the ILMS
    Thursday 5 February 2004, 11:55 - 12:30

    Chris Thewlis

    Sales & Marketing Manager, Civica Pty. Limited

    VALA Peer Reviewed Paper

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    A collaborative working relationship with your vendor will result in positive outcomes for both parties. This paper discusses the importance of a strong customer/vendor relationship, commercial reality from the vendors’ perspective, and how to work with your vendor in developing your ILMS. Two case studies are discussed; Ngee Ann Polytechnic (a major tertiary educational institution based in Singapore) implementation of an e-Payment/cashless solution and Department of Family and Community Services’ (an Australian Commonwealth Department) implementation of a complete Single Requests Facilitator.

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