VALA2018 Eposters

Eposters are new to VALA2018, and can be viewed at any time on the touchscreens in the Exhibition Hall.  Eposters can also be viewed on your own devices at until end July.  The Eposters may also be accessed via a single link to Google Drive.

Eposter topics are shown in the table below. For the Eposter presentation schedule, please check the Conference Program pages at the start of the afternoon sessions on each day.  The Eposters will be available via the website following the Conference.

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Eposter TopicsPresenters
Blending the Best of Both WorldsStephanie Cook, University of Auckland
Creation, Curation and Collaboration – a new framework for content management in academic librariesTahnee Pearse, University of Southern Queensland
Grand Designs in Dspace: Ambitious Architecture Librarians Take on a Large Scale Digitisation ProjectNaomi Mullumby, University of Melbourne
Exploring the User Experience – Be Prepared to Change Your MindAnna Raunik, State Library Of Queensland and Kenji Walters, National Library of Australia
Resource Sharing RevolutionizedKatie Birch, OCLC
 [[Citation Needed]] : publishing local history data through MediaWikiAndew Kelly, City of Armadale
Get Your Headset Ready! Which Virtual or Augmented Reality Headset Best Suits Your Library?Sarah Howard, Queensland University of Technology
Creative Technology HubPaula Kelly Paull, Hobsons Bay Libraries
Data Handling Whodunnit MysteryIngrid Mason, AARNet
The Roving Scholar and the LibraryPeta Hopkins, Bond University
User Engagement Analytics: Measuring and Driving Meaningful Use of E-ResourcesJulie Boyd-Reynolds, Alexander Street, a ProQuest Company and Alison Bates, RMIT University
Building Scholarly and Digital Capability of Frontline Services StaffKylie Tran and Kathryn Frame, The University of Melbourne
Breaking out of Physical Teaching Spaces to Zoom Webinars: Online Reference Management Software Instruction at the University of MelbourneKathryn Lindsay, The University of Melbourne
Collaborating Where Learning Happens: Meeting Students OnlineJennifer Murphy, Victoria University