Tuesday, 23 April 2013

The benefits of ORCID

I attended an ANDS webinar on ORCID today: Linking people to their research using ORCID. One of the speakers was Dr Laurel Haak, Executive Director of ORCID (USA).

ORCID "provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher and, through integration in key research workflows such as manuscript and grant submission, supports automated linkages between you and your professional activities ensuring that your work is recognized."


ANDS have some info about ORCID on their website too.

Here is a similar presentation to today's ANDS one (which will probably go up on the ANDS site soon), from Laurek Haak, posted recently to SlideShare:



Saturday, 2 March 2013

We're gonna need a bigger boat, presentation by Rebecca Parker

At the Research Forum in Brisbane recently Rebecca Parker of Swinburne University Library gave a presentation on open access. I wasn't able to make it but here are the slides. Thanks to Rebecca for sharing it :)

Tuesday, 11 September 2012

ANDS Webinar: Data Management Plan and Policy














Back in April Constance Wiebrands and I delivered a webinar on behalf of the Australian National Data Service (ANDS):

The ANDS Seeding the Commons - Data Management Plan and Policy, Friday 27th April 2012

I've just noticed that the audio of this one a whole lot more audio and videos are available on the ANDS Channel on Vimeo 

The ANDS site has a list of past and forthcming webinars on data management:

ANDS Webinars: Data Management Series

Monday, 27 August 2012

Research Support Services at ECU Library

This slidecast has been prepared by myself and Constance Wiebrands on behalf of Kate Davis, lecturer at Queensland University of Technology (QUT). It is intended for students in the Information Programs unit at QUT. Please post a message on the blog if you have any questions about our programs at ECU. Thanks, Julia

Monday, 9 July 2012

Video on Keynote for iPad



At our next session with the faculty learning advisors I'll be showing Keynote, which I have just downloaded. I've been looking around for some videos to help me get started using Keynote on the iPad and found this one, which is pretty good.

Friday, 6 July 2012

Stockholm iPad ingenuity



I love this: New iPad Act - Stockholm with Charlie Caper and Erik Rosales

Saturday, 30 June 2012

"You call it desert, we used to live there" Jimmy Pike

If you are in Perth and wandering by the University of Western Australia area in Nedlands drop by the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery and see the newly opened exhibition of the some of the wonderful works of the late Aboriginal artist, Jimmy Pike.

 Jimmy Pike’s Artlines: You call it desert, we used to live there.

Last night we went to the opening and I will definitely go back again when it is not so crowded to take another look and take advantage of the many events over the next few months while the exhibition runs. The works are felt tipped pen drawings and brilliantly coloured.

The late artist, Jimmy Pike, was a Walmajarri man from the Great Sandy Desert of WA whose family were "first contact" and lived a traditional hunter-gatherer life before coming into contact with white people in the 1950s. What an amazing and terrifying encounter that must have been. We can't begin to imagine.

The exhibition has been organised by UWA's Berndt Museum and it runs til September 15, 2012.