Copies of presentations given by Libraries Australia staff at conferences and other venues on Libraries Australia developments:
Libraries Australia Search Redevelopment Project update (audio mp3 12.8 MB (20:15) | powerpoint (pptx, 3.7 MB)
Presentation given on 25.10.2012 by Laurel Paton and Joanna Meakins from National Library at the 2012 Libraries Australia Forum
Interlibrary loan and document delivery (pptx, 611 Kb)
Presentation given on 25.10.2012 by Deborah Fuller and Philip Hahn from National Library at the 2012 Libraries Australia Forum
Cataloguing and CBS developments (audio mp3 32 Mb (53:55) | powerpoint (pptx, 3.5 Mb)
Presentation given on 25.10.2012 by Julia Hickie, Stuart Henderson, Ian Dunn and Melanie Satrapa from National Library at the 2012 Libraries Australia Forum
Trove Tips & Techniques (audio mp3 27.6 Mb (46:36) | powerpoint (pptx, 5.8 Mb)
Presentation given on 25.10.2012 by Virginia James, Mark Raadgever and Catriona Bryce from National Library at the 2012 Libraries Australia Forum
Trove: the terrors and triumphs of service-based social media (pptx 5.2 MB)
Presentation given on 7.2.2012 by Alison Dellit and Sarah Schindeler from National Library at VALA2012 in Melbourne.
Examines the rewards and challenges associated with niche or specialised social media engagement, as well as the broader, potential implications for online engagement by cultural institutions such as the National Library.
Digital Volcanoes and Data Flows (pptx 1.2 MB)
Vendor presentation given on 8.2.2012 by Carol Hamilton from Libraries Australia Database Services Team at VALA2012 in Melbourne.
Outlines two new processes to reduce workload and improve data on Libraries Australia and Trove.
Setting up eResources for your library in Trove (pdf 198 KB)
Your library patrons can now search and access journal articles from 17 Gale and Informit databases through Trove if you subscribe to these services. These are accessed as if the patron was clicking on the link from your own website.
Fixed Fields Information Session (pptx 1.1MB)
This presentation on advice about fixed fields in MARC bibliographic records was given by Fran D’Castro of the National Library at the ACT LA User’s Group in February.