Looking for the 2020 Virtual Event Series? View recordings and presentations.

Leadership Songlines: embedding Aboriginal Knowledge in your leadership style

23 November 2021

Join CAUL for the third Learning from Bold Minds in Leadership event with Mundanara Bayles, Managing Director and Co-Founder of The BlackCard.

Quietly Powerful: Unlocking your Hidden Leadership Superpower

20 October 2021

Join CAUL for the second Learning from Bold Minds in Leadership event with author and leadership consultant Megumi Miki.

Leading through Uncertainty and Change

16 September 2021

The first event in the Learning from Bold Minds in Leadership series. Constantine Pappas will start the series by exploring what it means to lead in the challenging context we find ourselves in now.

ORCID, DOIs and return on investment for research infrastructure

12 August 2021

We invite you to join us at a collaborative webinar co-sponsored by CAUL, ARDC and AAF where we will unpack the UK PID Consortium: Cost-Benefit Analysis report with author Josh Brown (MoreBrains Cooperative) and talk about how Australia might achieve similar benefits through adoption of ‘priority PIDs’ with Natasha Simons (ARDC) and Melroy Almeida (AAF ORCID Consortium). The webinar will be moderated by Simon Huggard (CAUL), Chair of the Australian ORCID Advisory Group. Registrations are open now to anyone interested in the topic.

Indigenous Knowledges Symposium

1 July 2021

Acknowledging, respecting and promoting Indigenous knowledge in academic libraries - a conversation starter. #RespectIndigenousKnowledge

CAUL/NSLA Email Archives Webinar

2 June 2021

CAUL and NSLA are hosting this joint webinar on email archives which will be of interest to all academic and cultural institutions who are bringing email into their archives and special collections, or see that in their future. Email is the correspondence of our day and personal correspondence continues to inform and enrich the archival collections of significant individuals. However taking email into an archive or collection presents challenges and will require new skills and solutions if we are to retain personal correspondence for future research.