VALA2020 Conference Program

Conference Program

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0730 - 1830REGISTRATION - Concourse
0900 - 0930Opening Address and Welcome to Country - Katie Haden and Linlin Zhao, VALA2020 Conference Committee Chairs
Room: Goldfields Theatre
0930 - 1040Plenary Session 1: Adam Moriarty, Auckland War Memorial Museum
Open as a Rule, Closed by Exception
Room: Goldfields Theatre
1040 - 1120Morning Tea & Exhibition Viewing - Exhibition Hall
Includes First Timers' Induction
1125 - 1230
Concurrent Session 1
Room: Goldfields Theatre
Concurrent Session 2
Room: Eureka Room 1
Concurrent Session 3
Room: Eureka Room 3
Concurrent Session 4
Room: Courtyard 1 & 2
1125 - 1155The Biodiversity Heritage Library and the evolution of uber-discoverability
Nicole Kearney
Biodiversity Heritage Library Australia (Museums Victoria)
Conversation-led Library Services: Delivering the Library to our Students in the Age of Digital Assistants
Danielle Johnson
Deakin University
Really real and virtually real: celebrating the works of Bert Flugelman
Michael Organ
University of Wollongong
New Values: Supporting value-added data through the SCIS APIs
Ben Chadwick
Education Services Australia
1200 - 1230Who needs an archival management system anyway? New approaches to the description and discovery of archival collections
Serena Coates
State Library of Queensland
Introducing NED: Hercules to the Hydra of electronic legal deposit systems
Barbara Lemon
National And State Libraries Australia
Kindness and UX in GLAM online presence: Same, same but different?
Kathryn Greenhill
Curtin University
Putting the student in the library drivers's seat: Implementing student co design with existing library platforms to build engaging blended learning outcome
David Feighan, Ella Beni
Mentone Girls' Grammar School
1230 - 1345Lunch & Exhibition Viewing -
Exhibition Hall
1245-1345Eposter Presentations 
Room: Exhibition Hall
 Screen 1Screen 2Screen 3
1245-1305Just Like Starting Over - Re-designing a clinical research service for 2020 and beyond
Alice Anderson
Monash Health
Factors Influencing Subject Librarians' Promotion of Open Access Scholarly Resources to Library Clients
Donna Coventry
Auckland University of Technology Library
Gale Analytics On Demand, Data-driven decision making 
Damian Almeida
1305-1325Integrating the Repository with the Research Information System: The Sequel
Julie Gardner
Victoria University
Profiles, Not Metrics
Anthony Dona
Clarivate Analytics
Educational Technology: How a Collection can Impact the Practice of 21st Century Teachers 
Samantha Helfrich,          Sylvia Pilz
Monash University
1325-1345Planning for high quality, impactful user research & the staff findability project
Heidi Laidler
University of Sydney Library
Adopting Leganto for Digital Asset Management - Strategies and Lessons Learned Across Three Universities
Robyn Tweedale
University of Southern Queensland
Digital Dexterity, how does that look in a foundational university course for online study?
Liz Hounslow
University of  South Australia
1345 - 1440Williamson Award: 2020 Williamson Award Recipient
Room: Goldfields Theatre
1445 - 1550Concurrent Session 5
Room: Goldfields Theatre
Concurrent Session 6
Room: Eureka Room 1
Vendor Session 1
Room: Eureka Room 3
Speakers' Corner #1
Room: Courtyard 1 & 2
Delivered as 15 minute "Open Mic" sessions, 10 minutes lightning talk and 5 minutes Q&A, consecutively. Delegates can attend any or all.
1445 - 1515Using technology to enable 24 hour access to print collections
Karen Seymour
University of Queensland Library
Connecting primary sources and secondary literature: the South Asian Open Archive (SAOA) and jstor collaboration
Bruce Heterick
Single Sign-On and Identity: Integrated Technology for an Integrated Future
Jon Bentley
Open Athens
Librarian and coding: a new job opportunity
Masami Yamaguchi
Griffith University

Smart City Wide Collaboration - bringing a city together with Augmented Reality
Kerrie Shaw
City of Newcastle

The Trials of Transcription: Adventures in best practice video and audio transcription for accessibility
Kristy Lock
Wyndham City

1520 - 1550Opening the EZproxy Logs: How Are Patrons Accessing Electronic Resources?
Fiona Tyson
University of Canterbury
Cultural heritage in the Cloud – using knowledge management systems for digital data
Claire Reeler
Catalyst IT Australia / University Of Sydney
Intuitive Library Discovery
Cathy King
1550 - 1620
Afternoon Tea & Exhibition Viewing - Exhibition Hall
1620 - 1730Plenary Session 2: Dr Philippa Sheail, The University of Edinburgh
Data bodies in the library: from crustaceans to code
Room: Goldfields Theatre
1730 - 1830Welcome Reception - Exhibition Hall

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