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APSR Events: 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008

2008

Event
Open Access Publishing - A two-day Public Knowledge Project Workshop
Place
University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
Date
December 4-5, 2008

Event
The Data Management Plan: Putting policy into practice
Place
University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia
Date
August 8, 2008

Event
Identifying Researchers
Place
Canberra, Australia
Date
June 3, 2008

Event
Open Access Collections
Place
Customs House, Brisbane
Date
February 14, 2008

2007

Event

The RQF Explained: Information Management and Repository
Needs for the RQF

Place
Sydney: Sydney Airport (Domestic Terminal) Function Centre, Upper
Lounge
Melbourne: Hilton Melbourne Airport, Victoria Ballroom
Date
Sydney: 13February 2007
Melbourne: 15 February, 2007

Event

The Adaptable Repository

Place
Refectory, Home Building, University of Sydney
Date
May 3, 2007

Event

Repository Market Day

Place
Conference Room Level 3, Fisher Library, University of Sydney
Date
May 4, 2007

Event

eResearch Australasia 2007

Place
University of Queensland
Date
June 27 - 29, 2007

Event

Long-lived Collections: the future of Australia's research data

Place
National Library of Australia, Canberra
Date
September 11, 2007

Event

Clever Collections: a national showcase of technical innovations for digital collections

Place
University of Melbourne, Melbourne
Date
November 28 - 29, 2007

Event
Australian METS Profile : metadata about a journey
Speakers

Judith Pearce and David Pearson, National Library of Australia

Place
Hadyn-Allen Tank, The Australian National University
Date
10am, December 5, 2007

2006

Event
Open Repositories 2006
Place
University of Sydney, Sydney
Date
January 31 - February 3

Workshop
Establishing a Digital Repository Service
Perth
University of Western Australia: February 13.
Darwin
Charles Darwin University: April 11
Hobart
University of Tasmania: May 4

Event
The Successful Repository, an APSR event to be hosted by the University of Queensland and held in collaboration with QULOC and RUBRIC. Presentations are available.
Place
Customs House, Brisbane.
Date
June 29

Public lecture
Redefining Academic Librarianship for the Net Generation
Speaker
Susan Gibbons, Associate Dean, Public Services & Collection Development, University of Rochester
Place
Room 222, Parnell Building, University of Queensland, St Lucia Campus
Date
June 30, 10.00am - 11.30am

Event
Long-term Repositories: Taking the Shock out of the Future, an APSR event to be held in association with the National Library of Australia
Place
National Library of Australia, Canberra.
Date
August 31 and September 1.

Event
Fedora Developers Group Meeting
Place
MacDonald Room, R. G. Menzies Library, Australian National University
Date
August 30, 2:00pm - 4:30pm.

Event
Sustainable Data from Digital Fieldwork: from creation to archive and back.
Sponsored by the Australian Partnership for Sustainable Repositories, Ethnographic E-Research Project and Sydney Object Repositories for Research and Teaching.
Place
University of Sydney
Date
December 4 - 6

2005

Public lecture
The Challenge of Managing and Preserving E-Research
Speaker
Chris Rusbridge, UK Digital Curation Centre
Place
National Library of Australia, Canberra.
Date
June 9

Public lecture
Data-intensive Research - Challenges and Issues
Speaker
Reagan Moore
Place
Peter Baume Building, The Australian National University
Date
Thursday, September 29, 2005

Tutorial
Data-intensive Research and Analysis, Preservation Environments and the Data Grid
Speaker
Reagan Moore
Place
Peter Baume Building, The Australian National University
Date
September 30

Workshop
Establishing a Digital Repository Service
Canberra
Australian National University: August 3
Sydney
University of Sydney: August 10
Brisbane
University of Queensland, August 16
Melbourne
University of Melbourne, August 24
Adelaide
Flinders University, October 6

Workshop
Research Data Collections
In association with APAC
Place
Australian Academy of Science
Date
October 18 and 19

Public lecture
An Insider's Perspective on the Sakai Project: Reality and Promise for Sustainable Economics and Innovation
Speaker
Dr Bradley Wheeler
Place
MacDonald Room, RG Menzies Building
The Australian National University
Date
December 19, 10.30am – noon

Forum
Licensing Defines Community: Choices, Trade Offs and the Role of Strategy
Speaker
Dr Bradley Wheeler
Place
MacDonald Room, RG Menzies Building
The Australian National University
Date
December 19, 2.00pm – 4.00pm

 

Other useful event sites:

Preserving Access to Digital Information
Digital Curation Centre
DigiCULT
D-Lib Ready Reference
JISC News and Events
Conferences and Workshops Related to the Open Access Movement