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3 - 5 February, 2004
Melbourne Convention Centre

Sessions available in streaming video are listed below. Viewing times are given after the paper title.  Click on the paper title to link to the video version.  Note that these are generally the papers which were presented in the La Trobe Theatre.

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Hal Abelson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Universities, the Internet and the intellectual commons                     (Time: 1:00:37)

Marie-Louise Ayres, National Library of Australia, ACT
MusicAustralia: building on national infrastructure                            (Time: 29:28)

Tony Cargnelutti see Andrew Wells
Lorcan Dempsey, OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc., Ohio, USA
Library: service, space, collection                           (Time: 1:17:45)

Jane Garner see Shirley Sullivan
Peter Green see Alison Sutherland
David Groenewegen and Simon Huggard, Monash University Library, Vic
Designing a digital databases page                           (Time: 36:17)

Cathrine Harboe-Ree, Michele Sabto and Andrew Treloar, Monash University Library, Vic
The library as digitorium: new modes of information creation, distribution and access                           (Time: 30:54)

Lynne Horwood see Shirley Sullivan
Annette Huang see Barbara Wickenden
Simon Huggard see David Groenewegen
Thorsten Kaeding see Bob Pymm
Meredith Lawn see Deborah Stumm
Miranda Lee, Australian Digital Alliance, ACT
The Digital Agenda: a progress report for libraries                           (Time: 27:50)

Catherine Lupovici, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris
Archiving the Web: impact on librarianship                           (Time: 1:12:51)

Martin Marlow, ProQuest Information & Learning, UK
Value creation in aggregation - the need for a flexible approach in content aggregation and production to meet future customer demand                           (Time: 40:27)

Susanne Moir see Deborah Stumm
  Bob Pymm and Thorsten Kaeding, ScreenSound Australia, ACT
Satellite capture of broadcast materials - archiving radio and television in the 21st century                           (Time: 27:44)

Michele Sabto see Cathrine Harboe-Ree
Mackenzie Smith, MIT Libraries, Massachusetts, USA
Libraries in the lead: the institutional repository phenomenon                           (Time: 1:13:23)

Deborah Stumm, Susanne Moir and Meredith Lawn, State Library of NSW
Collection-level description: separating the woods from the trees                           (Time: 34:20)


Shirley Sullivan, Lynne Horwood, Jane Garner and Eve Young, University of Melbourne, Vic
Bringing hidden treasures to light: illuminating DSpace                           (Time: 32:13)

Alison Sutherland and Peter Green, Curtin University of Technology, WA
An OpenURL resolver (SFX) in action: the answer to a librarian's prayer or a burden for technical services?                           (Time: 30:56)

Kerrie Talmacs see Andrew Wells
Andrew Treloar see Cathrine Harboe-Ree

Herbert Van de Sompel, Los Alamos National Laboratory, New Mexico, USA
Motivation, inspiration and innovation from frustration                           (Time: 1:20:41)

Andrew Wells, Tony Cargnelutti and Kerrie Talmacs, University of New South Wales
Evolution or revolution: developing new structures to meet the challenges of managing online services                           (Time: 33:00)

Barbara Wickenden, Waitemata District Health Board Library, New Zealand and Annette Huang, Whitireia International Library, New Zealand
Roadmap or roadblock: strategic information planning                           (Time: 26:05)


Wu Jianzhong, Shanghai Library, China
Developing a borderless hybrid library: Shanghai experience                           (Time: 51:02)


Eve Young see Shirley Sullivan

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