Monthly Archives: November 2012

Welcome to the Libraries Australia Search Redevelopment Project

A welcome from Marie-Louise Ayres, Assistant Director-General, Resource Sharing Division. “If there’s one thing I’ve learned in my first year with Libraries Australia, it’s that our members love to communicate and are wonderfully generous with their thoughts and insights. A more…

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Linked Authorities product now available

Libraries Australia is pleased to announce that a new Libraries Australia product, Linked Authorities, is now available. Over the past year Libraries Australia staff have worked closely with OCLC staff to implement the Libraries Australia Cataloguing (CBS) Relate program, which more…

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Enhancing and maintaining the quality of the Australian National Bibliographic Database

A brochure outlining the strategies and programs being implemented by Libraries Australia in a major effort to improve the quality of the ANBD was distributed at the 2012 Libraries Australia Forum. It is now available here. It also details the ways more…

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Libraries Australia Forum – presentations now available

Presentations from the recent Libraries Australia Forum are now available here http://www.nla.gov.au/librariesaustralia/news-events/forum/2012-forum/2012-forum-program/ including the keynote speakers:  Merrilee Proffitt, Senior Program Officer, OCLC Research; Judy Stokker, Director, Library Services, Queensland University of Technology and Bill Macnaught, National Librarian, National Library of more…

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Libraries Australia maintenance on Saturday, 3 November 2012

Maintenance on the Libraries Australia Cataloguing service will require us to suspend some services on Saturday, 3 November.  This maintenance is required because we are making changes to storage. The disruption will affect cataloguing, RIS, RES and Products. We apologise more…

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