2020 Virtual Event Series

In a time of reduced human mobility and social distancing, digital technology provides a means of connecting with people in ways that were previously overlooked. In place of the two in-person CAUL council meetings and other events that were scheduled for this year, CAUL is organising a series of engaging virtual events from June through to November 2020. Events in this series are open to all staff in CAUL member institutions (Australian and New Zealand university libraries).

A working group has been established to provide input into the online delivery of these events. Members include:

  • Morgan Burgess, Australian Catholic University
  • Naomi Mullumby, University of Melbourne 
  • Sally Murray-Walsh, University of Newcastle
  • Cicy Zheng, CAUL

List of events in the 2020 Virtual Event Series

Scheduled events are listed below, separate event pages will be created and linked when event details are finalised.

DATE

TOPIC

FORMAT

PRESENTER

June (23 and 25) 

 

Innovative library responses to COVID-19   Various presenters at two webinars (PDF)
July (28 and 30) Transition to Open

Transition to Open - Follow up discussion

  Jeff MacKie-Mason, University Librarian and Chief Digital Scholarship Officer, University of California, Berkeley (PDF)
August (27) Update on Advancing Open Scholarship Program. Open and FAIR dissemination of research: towards a national approach

 

  Catherine Clark, University Librarian at Curtin University and CAUL's program director for Advancing Open Scholarship (PDF)
September (29)

Virtual Workshop: Enabling a Modern Curriculum

  Fiona Salisbury, University Librarian at La Trobe University and CAUL's program director for Enabling a Modern Curriculum (PDF)
October (22 and 29) Virtual Workshop: Inspiring Sustainability   Gwenda Thomas, University Librarian at University of Melbourne and CAUL's program director for Inspiring Sustainability

November (25)

Supporting Open Data: CAUL - ARDC Partnership

Virtual Social Event

 

  Rosie Hicks, CEO of the ARDC

Social

Author Harry Rolf
Last modified 17 September 2020