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Conference Programme


WEDNESDAY 6 FEBRUARY 2002

0730 - 1800 Registration - Level 3
0900 - 1015 PLENARY SESSION:
Daniel Greenstein
Digital Library Federation, Washington, D.C., USA
Next-generation digital libraries
1015 - 1045 Morning Tea, Exhibition Viewing and VALA Showcase - You Yangs Exhibition Hall
Concurrent Session 1:
Collaboration
Concurrent Session 2:
Metadata
Concurrent Session 3:
e-literacy
1045 - 1115 Ian Hildebrand, City of Charles Sturt, SA
iNet: information & collaboration on the Web
Keitha Booth, National Library of New Zealand
Mediating for metadata standards: competing demands of E-government, archivists and librarians for resource description in New Zealand
Angela Mare and Suzanne Poulter, Holmesglen Institute of TAFE, Vic
The integration of information management services into an on-line environment
1120 - 1150 Steve O'Connor, Caval Collaborative Solutions, Vic
Evolution of a collaborative solution for academic libraries: the Victorian Academic Digital Library (VADL)
Stephen Northey and Bill Fatorous, Optimus Prime, Vic
Meta or better data? The value of user profiling for information services
Leanne Cummings, Queensland Police Service
Virtual training for virtual clients
1155 - 1230 Nathalie Schulz, Griffith University and Sarah Fredline, Queensland University of Technology
The Internet Resources Project - an exercise in collaboration
Rhys Williams, Troy Boulton, Phil Anderson and Cherryl Schauder, RMIT University, Vic
Optimising synergy between metadata and database platform: the case of SIM at RMIT
Chris Blackall, Australian National University, ACT
Rethinking information literacy in higher education: the case for informatics
1230 - 1400 Lunch, Exhibition Viewing and VALA Showcase - You Yangs Exhibition Hall
Concurrent Session 4:
e-libraries
Concurrent Session 5:
Scholarly Publishing
Concurrent Session 6:
e-research
1400 - 1430 David Toll, National Library of Australia, ACT
Towards a national infrastructure for access to Australia's documentary information resources in electronic formats : strategic developments at the National Library of Australia
Lorena Kanellopoulos and Colin Steele, Australian National University, ACT
Eprint repositories - the future of scholarly communication?
Beaumont, Anne, State Library of Victoria
Should I worry if an individual search returns zero hits?
1435 - 1505 Alastair Smith, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
What can e-libraries learn from e-business?
Gavan McCarthy and Joanne Evans, Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre, Vic
The Open Resource Scholarly Network: new collaborative partnerships between academics, libraries, archives and museums
Lorraine Chapman, La Trobe University Library, Vic
Russian Roulette or Pandora's Box'- use of the Internet as a research tool
1510 - 1540 Brenneise, Harvey, Michigan Public Health Institute, USA
First steps in developing a state-wide digital health library in Michigan
John Houghton, Victoria University, Vic
The crisis in scholarly communication: an economic analysis
Liz Jesty, State Library of Victoria
Receiving, responding to and recording research and reference enquiries electronically - the new 3Rs in enquiry services
1540 - 1610 Afternoon Tea, Exhibition Viewing and VALA Showcase - You Yangs Exhibition Hall
1610 - 1725 PLENARY SESSION:
Jean-Claude Guédon,
University of Montreal, Canada
The politics of scientific visibility: from excellence to elitism (and back)
1730 - 1930 Welcome Reception - You Yangs Exhibition Hall



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