CONFERENCE PAPERS IN ORDER BY AUTHOR

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Dey Alexander, Dey Alexander Consulting, Vic
Usability versus accessibility: best friends or worst enemies?
Greg Anderson and Alison Rigby, University of Newcastle, NSW
Internet café or learning environment? The University of Newcastle's Information Common after the first 18 months
Laurie Atkinson, City of Boroondara, Vic and others
Digital practice: Picture NSW and the development of guidelines for local digitising programs
Marie-Louise Ayres, Judith Pearce and Dianne Dahlitz, National Library of Australia, ACT
Bringing the stories to the people: online sound at the National Library of Australia
Prashanth Balajapally, Sai Spurthi Institute of Technology, India and others
Multilingual book reader: transliteration, word-to-word translation and full-text translation
Prof. Narayanaswamy Balakrishnan, Associate Director, Indian Institute of Science
Universal Digital Library - connecting users to digital contents
Phanindra Bandaru, Institute of Aeronautical Engineering in
Multilingual book reader: transliteration, word-to-word translation and full-text translation
Martin Borchert, Griffith University, Qld
Changing user behaviour using a digital repository system
Kevin Bradley, National Library of Australia, ACT
Digital sustainability and digital repositories
Tony Brooks, Sarah Field and Zan Li, City Library, Vic
If you can't buy it, build it: adapting a generic commercial application to meet specific organisation goals
Warwick Cathro, National Library of Australia
Improving information infrastructure: recent activities of the National Library of Australia
Vinod Chachra, Chairman & CEO, VTLS Inc, USA
The role of the library as an extension of the mind
Geoff Chamberlain, North Shore Libraries and Jeff Shaw, North Shore City Council, New Zealand
Consortium - the way of the future
Daniel Clancy, Engineering Director Google Print project, Google, USA
Google Book Search: Making all the world's books fully searchable
Ross Coleman, University of Sydney Library, NSW
Sydney University Press: publication, business and the digital library
Anita Crotty, University of Canberra, ACT
Would you like a LOMS with your ILMS? Converging the library and learning management systems
Dianne Dahlitz, National Library of Australia, ACT in
Bringing the stories to the people: online sound at the National Library of Australia
Vincent Dale , Lake Macquarie City Library , NSW in
Digital practice: Picture NSW and the development of guidelines for local digitising programs
Susan Faine, Jewish Museum Of Australia, Vic in
Questions of terminology and classification in digitising a Jewish Culture Heritage Collection
Sarah Field, City Library, Vic in
If you can't buy it, build it: adapting a generic commercial application to meet specific organisation goals
Shirley Firth, State Library of Victoria in
Heritage Map Digitisation: an adventure in applying aspects of Digital Preservation Policy
Stephanie Foott and Simon Huggard, Monash University Library, Vic
A usability study of the library catalogue at Monash University Library
Ellen Forsyth, State Library of New South Wales, NSW in
Digital practice: Picture NSW and the development of guidelines for local digitising programs
David Funnell, Eastern Regional Libraries, Vic
Brushtail - an open source library intranet
Madhavi Ganapathiraju, Carnegie Mellon University, India in
Multilingual book reader: transliteration, word-to-word translation and full-text translation
Lily Gao, Bureau of Meteorology, Vic
Accessing and using Australian university libraries' online information services - offshore experience
Lynne Horwood, University of Melbourne, Vic in
Supporting e-research at the University of Melbourne
Simon Huggard, Monash University Library, Vic in
A usability study of the library catalogue at Monash University Library
Jane Hunter, DSTC, University of Queensland
Scientific models - a user-oriented approach to the integration of scientific data and digital libraries
Sandra Jeffries and Corey Wallis, University of Southern Queensland Library
Exploring the application of RSS for library staff professional development and SDI services
Graeme Johanson, Monash University, Vic in
Libraries, ICT policy, and Australian civil society: issues and prospects from national consultations
Sharon Karasmanis, La Trobe University, Vic
Online Tutorials: delivering training in VDX Document Delivery to end users - on campus, off campus and offshore
Ebe Kartus, Deakin University, Vic in
A rose by any other name?: from AACR2 to Resource Description and Access
Deidre Kiorgaard, National Library of Australia, ACT and Ebe Kartus, Deakin University, Vic
A rose by any other name?: from AACR2 to Resource Description and Access
John Laurie, University of Auckland Library, New Zealand
Reviving the past: the Early New Zealand Books Online Project at the University of Auckland Library
Christine Lewis, Public Library Services, SA
Wireless technology for South Australian public libraries: pilot project 2005
Zan Li, City Library, Vic in
If you can't buy it, build it: adapting a generic commercial application to meet specific organisation goals
Damian Lodge, Charles Sturt University, NSW
What can librarians learn from the Internet's 10 most popular sites?
Jo Manuel, Public Library Services, SA
Impact of IT trainees in rural communities
Willard McCarty, Reader in Humanities Computing, King's College London
Individual matrix, communal workshop and "the living condition of the human mind"
Peter McGrath and Shirley Firth, State Library of Victoria
Heritage Map Digitisation: an adventure in applying aspects of Digital Preservation Policy
Anat Meitar, Jewish Museum Of Australia, Vic
Questions of terminology and classification in digitising a Jewish Culture Heritage Collection
Paul Mercieca, RMIT University, Vic
Changing patterns in scholarly publishing: interim report on ARC funded research project
Terry Morrow, JISC, UK
Introducing Shibboleth in the UK: a progress report

(Invited paper - not peer reviewed)
Joanne Ng, Curtin University of Technology, WA in
"Too many systems, too little time": integrating an eprint repository into a University publications system
Barry Nunn, State Library of New South Wales
Putting the pieces together: connectivity, content and confidence
Ksenija Obradovic, University of Auckland Library, New Zealand
Intrepid traveller: the University of Auckland Library on the e-book journey
Micheala O'Donovan, National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa in
National, cross-sector, collaborative projects that worked at the National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa
Sandy Payette, Researcher and Co-Director of the Fedora Project, Cornell Information Science, Cornell University, USA
Choosing technology that can evolve with user needs: a service-oriented approach to e-research, e-scholarship and advanced scholarly publication
Geoff Payne, La Trobe University, Vic in
The ARROW Project after 2 years: are we hitting our targets?
Judith Pearce, National Library of Australia, ACT in
Bringing the stories to the people: online sound at the National Library of Australia
Judy Peppard, Practico, Vic in
Digital practice: Picture NSW and the development of guidelines for local digitising programs
Anna Raunik, State Library of Queensland
An investigation of streaming - webcasting and webconferencing technologies in the US and UK (2004 VALA Travel Scholar)
Raj Reddy, Carnegie Mellon University, India and others
Multilingual book reader: transliteration, word-to-word translation and full-text translation
Alison Rigby, University of Newcastle, NSW in
Internet café or learning environment? The University of Newcastle's Information Common after the first 18 months
Fiona Rigby, Micheala O'Donovan and Sam Searle National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa
National, cross-sector, collaborative projects that worked at the National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa
Sabina Robertson, University of Melbourne, Vic
Reaching postgraduate students across the Web: a librarian's experience of participating in the development of an online programme

(Invited paper - not peer reviewed)
Don Schauder, Graeme Johanson, and Wal Taylor Monash University, Vic
Libraries, ICT policy, and Australian civil society: issues and prospects from national consultations
Sam Searle National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa in
National, cross-sector, collaborative projects that worked at the National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa
Jeff Shaw, North Shore City Council, New Zealand in
Consortium - the way of the future
Lloyd Sokvitne, State Library of Tasmania, TAS
Rediscovering metadata: an outcomes-oriented approach

(Invited paper - not peer reviewed)
Shirley Sullivan, University of Melbourne, Vic in
Supporting e-research at the University of Melbourne
Wal Taylor Monash University, Vic in
Libraries, ICT policy, and Australian civil society: issues and prospects from national consultations
Peter Thompson, La Trobe University Library, Vic
'Does it matter if the users are actually dead?' A database to re-connect with the borrowers and collection of a hundred year old library
Andrew Treloar, Monash University and ARROW Project, Vic
The Monash University Information Management Strategy: from development to implementation
Andrew Treloar, Monash University, Vic and Geoff Payne, La Trobe University, Vic
The ARROW Project after 2 years: are we hitting our targets?
Sean Volke, Thomson Gale, NSW
Encouraging interaction online: the emerging roles of blogs/wikis/RSS in fostering and encouraging user participation
Corey Wallis, University of Southern Queensland Library in
Exploring the application of RSS for library staff professional development and SDI services
Andrew Wells, University of New South Wales
The Dictionary of Australian Artists Online: an introduction
Derek Whitehead, Swinburne University, Vic in
Digital practice: Picture NSW and the development of guidelines for local digitising programs
Britta Woldering, Senior Librarian, Die Deutsche Bibliothek, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Connecting with users: Europe and multilinguality
Julie Woodland and Joanne Ng, Curtin University of Technology, WA
"Too many systems, too little time": integrating an eprint repository into a University publications system
Eve Young, Lynne Horwood and Shirley Sullivan, University of Melbourne, Vic
Supporting e-research at the University of Melbourne

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