EDT2005: evolution through discovery Friday, 12 May 2017

Dates

Wednesday 28 - Friday 30 September 2005

Location

The Scientia, UNSW, Sydney

Program

Pre-conference: Tuesday 27th September 2005
Registration Desk will be open from 17:30 to 19:00 in The Scientia foyer

5:30PM – 7PM

Location: Tyree Room

ETD2005 Conference Welcome Cocktail Reception and Conference Registration, The Scientia, UNSW

Conference Welcome:

Andrew Wells, University Librarian, THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia;

Chair, ETD2005 Conference Committee

Ed Fox, Executive Director, NETWORKED DIGITAL LIBRARY OF THESES AND DISSERTATIONS (NDLTD), USA

Conference Day 1: Wednesday 28th September
Registration Desk will be open from 08:00 to 18:00 in The Scientia foyer

8:30AM – 9AM

Location: RITCHIE THEATRE

Indigenous Welcome
Uncle Norm Newlin, Worimi Nation

Welcome Address
Professor Les Field, Deputy Pro-Vice Chancellor (Research), THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia

Announcements
Tony Cargnelutti, THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES; Chair, ETD2005 Program Committee

9AM – 10AM

A: Keynote Address - Chair: Tony Cargnelutti, THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia

Stevan Harnad, Canada Research Chair in Cognitive Science, UNIVERSITY OF QUEBEC/MONTREAL, Canada
Maximising research impact by mandating institutional self-archiving (143)
: Keynote Address Presentation

10AM - 10:30AM

Morning Tea

10:30AM - 12:30PM

Location: RITCHIE THEATRE

B1: Research and Communities of Practice

Chair: Tony Cargnelutti, THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia

Joan Lippincott, COALITION FOR NETWORKED INFORMATION, USA
Net Gen students and ETDs (107)
: Presentation

Anne Bamford, UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, SYDNEY, Australia
The art of research: digital theses in the Arts (123)
: Presentation

Paul Ayris, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON, UK, Chris Pressler, Austin McLean
The DART-Europe Project: towards developing a European theses portal (66)
: Presentation

Gail McMillan, VIRGINIA TECH, USA
Full disclosure: how authors and readers really feel about ETDs (105)
: Presentation

Location: GALLERY ONE

B2: For Newcomers

Chair: Scott Eldredge, BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY, USA

John Hagen, WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES, USA
ETD tutorial for rookies and beginners (77)
: Presentation

Periyaswamy Rajendiran, SRM INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, India, Ramesh Babu, Gopala Krishnan
Preservation of dissertations and theses in electronic form: a case study of SRM Institute of Science and Technology in Tamilnadu (India) (26)
: Presentation

Robert McDonald, FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY, USA, Dianne Harrison, Judith Devine
Improving, expanding and maintaining momentum in an established ETD program (69)
: Presentation

Gail Pattie, UNIVERSITY OF CANTERBURY, New Zealand; Chair, CONZUL, John Redmayne, Sally Sleigh
Digital theses: the New Zealand experience (130)
: Presentation

Location: GALLERY TWO

B3: Tool Kits / Applications

Chair: Peter Schirmbacher, HUMBOLDT-UNIVERSITAT ZU BERLIN, Germany

Susanne Dobratz, HUMBOLDT-UNIVERSITÄT ZU BERLIN, Germany Thinking the long term: the XML-based publishing workflow for handling electronic theses and dissertations at Humboldt-University Berlin (75)
: Presentation

Uwe Müller, HUMBOLDT-UNIVERSITÄT ZU BERLIN, Germany
SCOPE - an XML based publishing platform (41)
: Presentation

Filbert Minj, NCSI, INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE, India, P. Jobish, Hemanta Biswal, T.B. Rajashekar, S. Venkadesan
etd@IISc: a DSpace-based ETD-MS and OAI compliant theses repository service of the Indian Institute of Science (49)
: Presentation

Richard Milne, THE ROBERT GORDON UNIVERSITY, UK, Andrew Penman
National collaboration and dissemination: the development of an e-theses based institutional toolkit as part of the JISC funded 'EThOS' Project (52)
: Presentation

Sara Bishop, WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY, USA
eTD collection as a cornerstone of eIDR (110)
: Presentation

12:30PM - 1:15PM

Lunch

1:15PM – 2:45PM

Location: RITCHIE THEATRE

Sponsor address: Austin McLean, ProQuest, USA

C1: National Networking Ventures
Chair: Joan Lippincott, COALITION FOR NETWORKED INFORMATION, USA

Andrew Wells, THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia
The Australian perspective: innovation and stewardship in building a key national research repository - the Australian Digital Theses Program (140)
: Presentation

Sharon Reeves, LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES CANADA, Canada
The development of open access to ETDs in Canada: a partnership between Canadian Universities and Library and Archives Canada (35)
: Presentation

Ana Pavani, PONTIFÍCIA UNIVERSIDADE CATÓLICA DO RIO DE JANEIRO (PUC-Rio), Brazil, Sueli Maffia
BDTD - The Brazilian National ETD Project (114)
: Presentation

Ellen Tise, UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN CAPE, South Africa
ETD development In Southern Africa: challenges and innovations (116)
: Presentation

Libio Huaroto, UNIVERSIDAD NATIONALE MAYOR de SAN MARCOS, Peru
The ETD movement in Peru (144)
: Presentation

Panel discussion

2:55PM – 3:15PM

Location:  RITCHIE THEATRE

C2: NDLTD ETD Awards Presentation
Chair: John Hagen, Chair NDLTD ETD Awards Committee

3:15PM – 3:45PM

Afternoon Tea

3:35PM – 5:15PM

Location: RITCHIE THEATRE

D1: Copyright & Left

Chair: Kerrie Talmacs, THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia

Thomas Joyce, UNIVERSITY OF QUEENSLAND, Australia
Out of the shadows - a new approach to copyright for theses and dissertations (102)
: Presentation

Philip Chung, UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, SYDNEY, Australia, Graham Greenleaf, David Vaile
Unlocking IP - building Commons-ism in one country (122)
: Presentation

Brian Fitzgerald, QUEENSLAND UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, Australia
Creative Commons (CC) licences, open access and electronic theses: opportunities and challenges (126)
: Presentation

Carol Fripp, AEShareNet LTD, Australia
Instant licences move copyright into a new digital space … is it time to encourage Copyright Cannibals? (124)
: Presentation

Location: GALLERY ONE

D2: Partnerships and New Opportunities

Chair: Helen Mandl, UNIVERSITY OF WOLLONGONG, Australia

Suzanne Clarke, AUSTRALIAN COUNCIL FOR EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH, Australia, Stuart Hughes
Education research theses: online communities and partnerships (58)
: Presentation

Roxanne Missingham, NATIONAL LIBRARY OF AUSTRALIA, Australia, Margaret Kennedy
Theses record exchange: developments in The Australian National Union Catalogue (30)
: Presentation

Mary Anne Kennan, THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia, Tony Cargnelutti, Helen Keyes, Austin McLean, Paul Jensen
ADT / ProQuest collaboration: a case study of library and vendor working together (95)
: Presentation

Susan Lafferty, THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia
Australian Digital Theses Program and institutional repositories: who's disrupting who? (97)
: Presentation

Location: GALLERY TWO

D3 : Support

Chair: Ken Klippel, THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia

Charles J Greenberg, YALE UNIVERSITY, USA
What factors influence voluntary participation in a graduate professional student ETD project? (84)
: Presentation

Rudi Baccarne, KATHOLIEKE HOGESCHOOL KEMPEN, Belgium
From central administration of hardcopy Bachelor- and Master theses towards a decentralized ETD-system with value added services (45)
: Presentation

Cindy Gray, THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, USA, William Clark, Susan Metros
The online ETD tutorial: supporting students as they transition from traditional to ETD (65)
: Presentation

Delphine Lewis, PROQUEST INFORMATION AND LEARNING
Results from the Council of Graduate Schools study of the UMI/BEPRESS online submission application for ETDs (62)
: Presentation

 

5:15PM

End of Day 1

Conference Day 2: Thursday 29th September 2005
Registration Desk will be open from 08:00 to 16:00 in The Scientia foyer

8:45AM – 9AM

Location: RITCHIE THEATRE

Announcements
Sponsor address - Claudette Pope, EX LIBRIS, Australia

9AM – 9:45AM

A1: Keynote Address - Chair: Peter Green, CURTIN UNIVERSITY, Australia

Hai Jin, Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, HUAZHONG UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, China
ChinaGrid and its impact on science and education in China (131)
: Keynote Address Presentation

9:45AM – 10AM

A2: Student ETD Experience - Chair: Peter Green, CURTIN UNIVERSITY, Australia.

Maree Gruppetta, UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN SYDNEY, Australia.
Disseminating dissertations: reducing inaccessibility to research findings (117)

 

10AM – 10:30AM

Morning Tea

10:30AM – 12PM

Location: RITCHIE THEATRE

B1: Metadata & Preservation

Chair: Robyn Benjamin, UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN SYDNEY, Australia

Gail McMillan, VIRGINIA TECH, USA, Catherine Jannik, Robert McDonald
A practical, working, and replicable approach to ETD preservation (92)
: Presentation

Christine Frodl, DIE DEUTSCHE BIBLIOTHEK, Germany, Nikola Korb
XMETADISS meets ETD-MS (51)
: Presentation

Ryan Richardson, VIRGINIA TECH, USA, Ed Fox
Evaluating concept maps as a cross-language knowledge discovery tool for NDLTD (61)
: Presentation

Panel discussion

Location: GALLERY ONE

B2: ETD Setups & Solutions (Part 1)

Chair: John Hagen, WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES, USA

Ahmed Taha, UAE UNIVERSITY, United Arab Emirates
UAE universities embark on web-based ETD service: vision and inspiration (33)

Susan Copeland, THE ROBERT GORDON UNIVERSITY, UK, Simon Bevan
'EThOS': an 'Electronic Theses Online Service' for the UK (53)
: Presentation

Claudette Pope, EX LIBRIS, Australia
Outreach and access via the institutional repository (113)
: Presentation

Panel discussion

Location: GALLERY TWO

Chair: Mary Anne Kennan, THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia

Xiaochang (Shaw) Yu, VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY, USA
John Duke
Automated thesis and dissertation processing (36)
: Presentation

Eve Young, THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, Australia, Nicki McLaurin-Smith, Shirley Sullivan
"Two into one will go": combining two institutional repositories at University of Melbourne (56)
: Presentation

David Palmer THE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG, Hong Kong
ETD's at HKU: from 0 to 13,000 in 5 years! (73)
: Presentation

Panel discussion

12PM – 12:30PM

Lunch

1PM – 5PM

Location: RITCHIE THEATRE

C1: Online Spaces & Communities

Chair: David Cunnington, THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, Australia

Grame Barty, HARVEST ROAD LIMITED, Australia
Learning object repositories, content management, publishing and library systems merge to form new generation institutional learning resource management systems (112)
: Presentation

Robyn Williams, SCIENCE UNIT, AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION, Australia
Podding the Future - how museums, universities and broadcasting organisations can merge, if they have the nerve (133)

Arthur Sale, UNIVERSITY OF TASMANIA, Australia
Unifying ETD with open access repositories (37)
: Presentation

Sharon Mombru, SCIRUS, ELSEVIER, The Netherlands,
Found at your repository: how to make the contents of your repository visible, accessible and shareable to users worldwide (132)
: Presentation

Location: GALLERY ONE

C2: ETD Setups & Solutions (Part 2)

Chair: Ana Pavani, PONTIFÍCIA UNIVERSIDADE CATÓLICA DO RIO DE JANEIRO (PUC-Rio), Brazil

Monica Hammes, UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA, South Africa.
Positioning ETDs in the e-research arena: a South African case study (48)
: Presentation

Sangeeta Narang, ALL INDIA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES (AIIMS), India
Creating health sciences theses institutional repository model: an approach at AIIMS, New Delhi, India (44)
: Presentation

Víctor Ferracutti, UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DEL SUR, Argentina, Luis Herrera, Natalia Piccotto
Maturing towards the digital library: implementation of the electronic thesis and dissertation program (50)

Antanas Streimikis, KAUNAS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, Lithuania, Vilius Kuciukas, Aleksandras Targamadze
Lithuanian ETD Project (127)
: Presentation

Location: GALLERY TWO

Chair: Claire Hill, THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia

Simon McIntyre, THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia, Rick Bennett
Omnium Studio software - an online technical interface for collaboration, interaction and community within creative practice and education (136)

Rebecca Harris, ADOBE, Australia
Incorporating 'non print-on-paper' creative material into research degree outputs: challenges, examination and access (128)
: Presentation

Geoff Payne, ARROW, Australia
ARROW institutional repositories for managing e-theses (129)
: Presentation

Vinod Chachra, VTLS, USA
A new web submission and approval process for ETDs (137)
: Presentation

Margaret Henty, APSR, Australia
APSR: sustaining a past, maintaining our future (141)
: Presentation

3PM – 3:30PM

Afternoon Tea

3:30PM – 4:15PM

Location: RITCHIE THEATRE

D1: Keynote Address - Chair: Gail Pattie, UNIVERSITY OF CANTERBURY, New Zealand; Chair CONZUL

Xiaolin Zhang, Director, Library, Chinese Academy Of Sciences, China
Remodelling the digital library: an e-Knowledge service model (145)
: Keynote Address Presentation

4:15PM – 4:30PM

D2: Graduate ETD Experience - Chair: Gail Pattie, UNIVERSITY OF CANTERBURY, New Zealand; Chair CONZUL

Announcements

4:30PM – 5:30PM

Location: UNSW LIBRARY

E: Poster Presentations and Discussion

ETD 1: John Hagen, WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES, USA
The electronic institutional document repository at West Virginia University Libraries (78)
ETD 2: Maree Gruppetta, UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN SYDNEY, Australia
Disseminating dissertations: reducing inaccessibility to research findings (117)
ETD 3: Craig Turnbull, THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia
Completing the picture: electronic theses and postgraduate research in American history (118)
ETD 4: Asanee Kawtrakul, KASETSART UNIVERSITY, Thailand; Chaiyakorn Yingsaeree; Chinawat Vilasineewan
Automatic metadata extraction from electronic document using OCR and task-oriented parser (101)
ETD5: Zhengdong Niu, BEIJING INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, People's Republic of China
The research and implementation of an electronic theses and dissertations system in BIT (81)
ETD 6: Irene Vermaak, RHODES UNIVERSITY, South Africa
Implementing an eprints repository system at a small South African university (59)
ETD 7: Xiaomin Liu, SHANGHAI NORMAL UNIVERSITY, People's Republic of China; Xue Lv
Research on science and technology innovation of multi-campus universities in China (68)
ETD 8: Wende Zhang, FUZHOU UNIVERSITY,China, Yanjuan Song
Research on PDF documents information extraction system based on XML (57)
ETD 9: Kerrie Talmacs, THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia
ADT@UNSW (138)
ETD 10: Claire Hill, THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia
ARROW@UNSW - capture, manage and discover UNSW research (139)

Refreshments will be served

7PM – 11PM

Conference Dinner - Dockside Function Centre, Cockle Bay Wharf
(transfers will be available from UNSW to the conference dinner)

Stevan Harnad : Dinner Address

Conference Day 3: Friday 30th September 2005
Registration Desk will be open from 08:00 to 10:30 in The Scientia foyer

8:30AM – 10:30AM

Location: RITCHIE THEATRE

A1: Scholarship and Practice

Chair: Sue Owen, THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia

John Houghton, CENTRE FOR STRATEGIC ECONOMIC STUDIES (CSES), VICTORIA UNIVERSITY, Australia
Scholarly communication in a knowledge-based economy (115)
: Presentation

Simon Pockley, DEAKIN UNIVERSITY, Australia
Quakes, Quivers and Quacks: how the first online ETD has fared over 10 years (34)
: Presentation

Craig Bellamy, THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, Australia
The innovative ETD:innovation and obsolescence (119)
: Presentation

Rick Bennett, THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia, Vince Dziekan
The Omnium Project - Forming online communities of students, educators and professionals to explore collaborative modes of creative interaction and practice (120)

Location: GALLERY ONE

A2: Issues and Solutions

Chair: Fiona Bathgate, THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia

Thornton Staples: UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA and FEDORA, USA.
The Sustaining Digital Scholarship Project (125)
: Presentation

Peter Schirmbacher, HUMBOLDT-UNIVERSITÄT ZU BERLIN, Germany
Certificate for ETD-repositories (74)
: Presentation
* Related Links

Brian Surratt, TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES, USA
ETD release/access policies in ARL Libraries: a preliminary study (55)
: Presentation

Debbie Campbell, NATIONAL LIBRARY OF AUSTRALIA, Australia
Easy to do, a brief history of federated harvesting in Australia (39)
: Presentation

 

Location: GALLERY TWO

A3: Content and Dissemination

Chair: Charles Greenberg, YALE UNIVERSITY, USA

Hussein Suleman, UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN, South Africa
How to participate in the Union Catalog project (106)
: Presentation

Todd Mundle, SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY LIBRARY, Canada
Digital retrospective conversion of theses and dissertations: an in house project (80)
: Presentation

Scott Eldredge, BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY, USA , Austin McLean
Retrospective digitization of theses and dissertations: case studies of selection criteria and funding sources (60)
: Presentation

Ana Pavani, PONTIFÍCIA UNIVERSIDADE CATÓLICA DO RIO DE JANEIRO (PUC-Rio), Brazil
International accesses to a digital library of ETD's (64)
: Presentation

 

10:30AM – 11AM

Morning Tea

11AM – 11:15AM

Location: RITCHIE THEATRE

Announcements
Sponsor address - Craig Tegel, ADOBE Australia

11:15AM – 12PM

B: Keynote Address - Chair: Professor Adrian Lee, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education and Quality Improvement), THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia

Alex Byrne, UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, SYDNEY, Australia
Scholarship in evolution: discovery and endeavour (29)
: Presentation

12PM – 12:30PM

C: NDLTD update - Chair: Andrew Wells, THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia

Ed Fox, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, NDLTD, USA.
NDLTD - past, present, future and the expanding ETD community (142)
: Presentation

12:30PM – 12:40PM

D: ETD2006 Handover - Chair: Andrew Wells, THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia

Guy Teasdale, BIBLIOTHÈQUE DE L'UNIVERSITÉ LAVAL, Canada
ETD2006 Conference at Laval, Canada

1:30PM – 4:30PM

Working Lunch aboard Captain Cook Cruises and Farewell (transfers will be available between UNSW and the luncheon cruise)

 

Paper Sessions Related Links

Day 3 - A2: Issues and Solutions

Peter Schirmbacher, HUMBOLDT-UNIVERSITÄT ZU BERLIN, Germany
Certificate for ETD-repositories (74)

1.       DINI - German Initiative for Networked Information - full documents listing in English & German

  1. DINI Certificate Document and Publication Repositories
  2. Electronic Publishing in Higher Education: How to design OAI interfaces - Recommendations

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