This two day conference will highlight the major issues influencing the shape of the Australian higher education sector and their implications for university libraries, now and into the future. The speakers have been chosen to inform, challenge and provoke thinking about change and what defines a successful academic library. Delegates will leave the institute with a range of actions to inform, influence and drive change at a senior level of leadership. The Institute also provides an excellent opportunity for delegates to exchange experiences and develop a national network of colleagues.
CHORUS has developed tools to identify, ingest and monitor funded article metadata, and is partnering with funders, libraries and publishers to ensure that articles are openly accessible when required. Having recently completed a pilot with ARC, La Trobe and Deakin universities, CHORUS is now wishing to engage with funders and institutions in Australia and there has been on-going dialogue with ARC and NHMRC and a number of CAUL member libraries