2015 CAUL Research Repositories Community Event - Program Tuesday, 17 November 2015

 For speakers' Twitter handles, see Speakers' Bios

See also printable program and list of delegates

Thursday 12th November

Session 1: Chair – Stephen Cramond

9:00am

Welcome and house keeping

9:15am

Kathleen Shearer, Executive Director COAR (World Confederation of Open Access Repositories)
via Skype

Building a Global Knowledge Commons: The Role of Open Access Repositories

DR Ginny Barbour (@openaccess_oz), Executive Officer AOASG (Australian Open Access Support Group)

Institutional Repositories and their place in the scholarly communication landscape

10:45am

Morning tea

11:15 am

Dr Wee-Ming Boon, Senior Research Scientist, NHMRC

Presentation

Noon

Lunch break

Thursday 12th November

Session 2: Chair – Jill Benn

1:00pm

ORCID, 3 speakers, 15 mins each and discussion

Andrew Heath and Mary-Anne Marrington, University of Queensland

Author identifier implementation at UQ

Natasha Simons (@n_simons), Australian National Data Service

Update on ORCID activities

Eva Fisch or Roderick Sadler, La Trobe University

Researcher identifiers at La Trobe University

2:00pm

Julia Hickie, National Library Australia

Improving Open Access visibility in Trove: the NISO Access and Licence Indicators

2:30pm

Digital Preservation, 3 speakers, 15 mins each and discussion

Bernadette Houghton (@bhoughton), Deakin University

Self-auditing a research repository

Leo Konstantelos, University of Melbourne

Realising the vision: a Digital Preservation Strategy and Implementation Roadmaps at the University of Melbourne

Digital Preservation Strategy: directions towards realising the vision

Allison Brown, University of Otago

Going beyond access to curation

3:30pm

Afternoon tea

Thursday 12th November

Session 3: Chair – Peter Green

4:00pm

Software platform meetings - small group discussions and report back

DSpace, EPrints, Fedora, DigiTool, etc

(There is a separate session for Symplectic Elements)

5:30pm

Drinks

7:00pm

Dinner at Uni Café, 257 Lygon Street, Carlton

Friday 13th November

Session 4: Chair – Peter Green

9:00am

Vision or future plans for your IR multiple speakers, 3 min each and discussion

Janice Chan (@icecjan), Curtin University
Reposition espace as a service

Jill Rogers, Queensland University of Technology
A photographic albums’ journey  - Donation/Collaboration/Engagement

Sam Searle (@datalibsam), Griffith University
Redevelopment of DSpace publications repository [no ppt used]

Andrew Heath and Mary-Anne Marrington, University of Queensland
Recent developments/plans for UQ eSpace

You many have heard of Publons

Roderick Sadler and Eva Fisch, La Trobe University
Future directions or digitising print theses, digital submission of theses

Repository reflections: the client and the repository manager

Andrea Schweer (@schweerelos), Waikato University
Adding content reporting to DSpace

Kate Sergeant, University of South Australia
Migrating to Alma

Michelle Watson, Deakin University
Omeka digital exhibition software

A selection of images from Fusion: Deakin exhibits online [26MB]

10:15am

Morning tea

Friday 13th November

Session 5: Chair – Janice Chan

10:45am

Broadening IR and relationship with research office, 3 speakers, 20mins each and discussion

Michael Organ (@snappa22), University of Wollongong

Working with the Research Services Office

Working with the Research Office

Jill Benn (@jillebenn) and Katie Mills, University of Western Australia

Pure: Repositioning the Research Repository and the Library at the University of Western Australia

Pure @ UWA

Kate Sergeant, University of South Australia

Collection of Research Outputs - streamlining publication and output reporting at UniSA

12:00pm

Symplectic Elements, 2 speakers, 20mins each and discussion

Andrea Schweer (@schweerelos), University of Waikato

Flexible repository review workflows: Lessons learned from improving the integration between DSpace and Symplectic Elements

Josephine Morton, Rhiannon Rasins, and Vladimir Bubalo (@bubalov), Macquarie University

Implementing Symplectic Elements at Macquarie University as a hosted publication sourcing solution

1:00pm

Lunch break including Symplectic Elements user group gathering - Julie Gardner, VU to chair

Friday 13th November

Session 6: Chair – Jill Benn

2:00pm

Repository Impact and benchmarking, 3 speakers 20 min each followed by panel discussion

Roxanne Missingham, Australian National University (via Skype)

Understanding information needs of Australian business organisations

Repositories and the business/industry community

Jo Lambert, JISC (pre-recorded)

Repository impact and how to demonstrate value

Janice Chan (@icecjan) and Peter Green (@lgreenpd), Curtin University and Stephen Cramond, University of Melbourne

Ranking and benchmarking for repositories

Discussion

3:30pm

Closing Remarks

3:45pm

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