6 March 2019
Interim TC19 Program
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|TIME|| WHAT'S ON?|
|9.45-10.30||ARRIVAL AND REGISTRATION Level 5 Foyer|
Coffee and light refreshments
Collect your TC19 Tshirts and stickers (supplied by AARNet)
Tech Check – Need to check your tech? Meet with the support crew from TC19, AARNet and William Angliss Room: Level 5 Docklands
|10.30-10.40||WELCOME Level 5 Auditorium|
Welcome, housekeeping and introductions - Hugh Rundle, TC19 Camp Leader
Welcome To Melbourne - Cr Jackie Watts, City of Melbourne
|10.40-12.00||SHORT TALKS Level 5 Auditorium|
20-minute Short Talks followed by 20-minutes Panel Q&A. MC - Ebe Kartus
|10.40||T#1: Historical Maps, Art and GeoData - Speaker: Katrina Grant, Australian National University|
Geodata’s just used in the sciences, right? Think again! Geographic Information Systems (GIS) can be used to bring new perspectives on what it is to be human.
|11.00||T#2: APIs - Speaker: Tim Sherratt, University of Canberra|
More and more library software are using APIs. What are APIs? How do they talk between your systems and the library vendors system? How could you use them? Are they the solution to some of your library system issues?
|11.20||T#3: Regex - Speaker: Melissa Parent, State Library of Victoria|
Regex is a fancy way to match patterns and find and replace. How can Regex be used to make changes to bibliographic records that are not possible in our current systems?
Facilitated by: Camp Leader
|12.00-13.30||LUNCH OUT (YOUR CHOICE) - STRETCH YOUR LEGS, LOAD UP ON CAFFEINE, NETWORK |
See our list of recommended local eateries
|13.00-13.30||Tech Check – Need to check your tech? Meet with the support crew from TC19 and AARNet|
Room: Level 5 Docklands
3-hour Workshops in 3 streams, including 60-minutes applying new skills to a project
|13.30-16.30|| WORKSHOP STREAM –|
Room: Level 5 Docklands 5.18
|WORKSHOP STREAM –|
Room: Level 5 Flagstaff 5.26 & 5.27
|WORKSHOP STREAM –|
Room: Level 5 Auditorium
|13.30-15.30||W#1: Introduction to the Command Line|
Presented by: Hugh Rundle (CAVAL)
|W#2: Cleaning Data with Open Refine|
Presented by: Alissa McCulloch
|W#3: Introduction to programming with Python|
Presented by: Clinton Roy
|13.30||Learn how to control your computer from the command line, why it’s important, and what those ‘helpful’ Stack Overflow people mean when they say you “simply need to make sure /usr/bin is in your $PATH and you won’t need to sudo”.||Do you dream of fixing decades of data inconsistencies in a single afternoon? Need to bulk-change that offensive subject heading? It can be done! Learn how Open Refine can help you clean your data quickly and easily without giving you a migraine.||Python is a versatile and popular programming language. It’s used in web applications, scientific computing and even in some library systems. In this session we’ll be using Python to give a gentle introduction to programming.|
|15.30||Work on a project using the skills just learned||Work on a project using the skills just learned||Work on a project using the skills just learned|
|16.30-17.30||HAPPY HOUR Level 5 Foyer|
Join Camp Leaders and colleagues for Happy Hour. Cheese, biscuits and fruit platters provided.