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Published on November 19, 2008

Author: paulhagon

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A talk given at the National Library of Australia to demonstrate the tagging process used to gather posts around the web from the 2008 Libraries Australia Forum.

Promoting your event to an online audience

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Promote it Search Quick Links Help Forms Services Events What's New About Us Connect Now Related Links Libraries Australia Forum 2008 Register Online Agenda Photo Gallery Library Tours Accommodation Options Getting There ... Sydney Visitors' information Powerhouse Museum map Follow the forum on the web Music Australia Forum Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, 23 Training Agents Meeting October 2008 Events Previous Libraries Australia Forums Event tag <LAF2008> Annual Users' Meeting (Archive) Registration The theme of the Forum is ‘futures’, and the topics are: The future of catalogues The future of library spaces New futures for authority data Confirmed speakers are: Eric Lease Morgan. Head of the Digital Access and Information Architecture Department, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA. Eric provides content to the ‘New Generation Catalogs 4 Libraries’ list. http://www.library.nd.edu/daiad/morgan/index.shtml Dr Colin Adrian. CEO, Canberra Institute of Technology. ‘The CIT is undergoing a major transformation with plans for some $250 million investment over the next 20 years. As part of this work, the CIT Library will become a learning commons area where students will have 24-hour access to online equipment and new methods of learning delivery.’ As an introduction to this transformation, the CIT examined its brand. Concern about perceptions of its longevity (80 years old), the

Promote it Search Quick Links Help Forms Services Events What's New About Us Connect Now Related Links Libraries Australia Forum 2008 Register Online Agenda Photo Gallery Library Tours Accommodation Options Getting There ... Sydney Visitors' information Powerhouse Museum map Follow the forum on the web Music Australia Forum Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, 23 Training Agents Meeting October 2008 Events Previous Libraries Australia Forums Event tag <LAF2008> Annual Users' Meeting (Archive) Registration The theme of the Forum is ‘futures’, and the topics are: The future of catalogues The future of library spaces New futures for authority data Confirmed speakers are: Eric Lease Morgan. Head of the Digital Access and Information Architecture Department, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA. Eric provides content to the ‘New Generation Catalogs 4 Libraries’ list. http://www.library.nd.edu/daiad/morgan/index.shtml Dr Colin Adrian. CEO, Canberra Institute of Technology. ‘The CIT is undergoing a major transformation with plans for some $250 million investment over the next 20 years. As part of this work, the CIT Library will become a learning commons area where students will have 24-hour access to online equipment and new methods of learning delivery.’ As an introduction to this transformation, the CIT examined its brand. Concern about perceptions of its longevity (80 years old), the

Welcome, paulhagon Sign Out | My Account | Help Web Search SEARCH EVENTS search for jazz, Lakers, etc... Sydney, New South Wales 2001 SEARCH EVENTS HOME MY EVENTS FRIENDS MORE ADD AN EVENT Libraries Australia Forum Edit event Delete Event This event is over. (undo) You said you attended. DETAILS & PHOTOS I Attended or I Watched Event Photos Add to calendar Invite Friends Print Thursday October 23, 2008 1 Person saved this event. Show me Powerhouse Museum 500 Harris Street Related Groups Tags Sydney, New South Wales 2001 + Send to group? laf2008 [ x] Category: Education Add a tag? Website: http://www.nla.gov.au/librariesaustralia/aum/laf08/ Need to be heard? Add Photos See all 8 photos + Blast a note to everyone about this Event Added by You on October 15, 2008 Report a problem Comments Add a comment: 4000 characters left.

Newspaper digitisation project beta service, one person has updated 50,000 lines of OCR text http://is.gd/4Bmo Power of the people #laf2008 03:15 PM October 23, 2008 from twitterrific paulhagon Paul Hagon

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Visitors from • National Library of Australia • Company Intranets • OCLC • Lots of Google searches

whatever the level of participation, the organizers are to be commended for taking this extra step I think. Lorcan Dempsey http://orweblog.oclc.org/archives/001804.html

In some audiences there are likely to be bloggers; in others it is very unlikely. In some audiences, there may be people who will take pictures and post them; in others it is very unlikely. And from a service point of view, I think that it would be very interesting to get a sense of how the users of a library catalog, for example, break down along a resident/visitor spectrum. Lorcan Dempsey http://orweblog.oclc.org/archives/001804.html

Consistent URLs Google search at the time of the event returned the 2007 forum

www.nla.gov.au/librariesaustralia/aum/laf08/ www.nla.gov.au/librariesaustralia/aum/laf07/ www.nla.gov.au/librariesaustralia/aum/laf06/ www.nla.gov.au/initiatives/meetings/peakbod/pb2005.html www.nla.gov.au/initiatives/meetings/peakbod/pb2004.html

www.nla.gov.au/librariesaustralia/aum/ Search Quick Links Help Forms Services Events What's New About Us Connect Now Related Links Libraries Australia Forum 2008 Register Online Agenda Photo Gallery Library Tours Accommodation Options Getting There ... Sydney Visitors' information Powerhouse Museum map Follow the forum on the web Music Australia Forum Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, 23 Training Agents Meeting October 2008 Events Previous Libraries Australia Forums Event tag <LAF2008> Annual Users' Meeting (Archive) Registration The theme of the Forum is ‘futures’, and the topics are: The future of catalogues The future of library spaces New futures for authority data Confirmed speakers are: Eric Lease Morgan. Head of the Digital Access and Information Architecture Department, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA. Eric provides content to the ‘New Generation Catalogs 4 Libraries’ list. http://www.library.nd.edu/daiad/morgan/index.shtml Dr Colin Adrian. CEO, Canberra Institute of Technology. ‘The CIT is undergoing a major transformation with plans for some $250 million investment over the next 20 years. As part of this work, the CIT Library will become a learning commons area where students will have 24-hour access to online equipment and new methods of learning delivery.’ As an introduction to this transformation, the CIT examined its brand. Concern about perceptions of its longevity (80 years old), the reputation associated with TAFEs, how to maintain influence, the introduction of new technologies, and fixing a position in a shifting market (for example, from time-rich to time-poor) led to new marketing and positioning strategies. Simon Porter. Information manager (research), eScholarship Research Centre, University of Melbourne. Simon works on the Australian Find-An-Expert database, and is exploring collaboration with the National Library’s People Australia project. http://www.caudit.edu.au/educauseaustralasia07/authors_papers/Porter-243.pdf Dr Thomas Hickey. Thom co-leads OCLC’s implementation of the Virtual International Authority File project http://viaf.org. He also researches the exploitation of authority data in WorldCat. http://outgoing.typepad.com/outgoing/2007/02/identities_and_.html Interactive sessions with Libraries Australia staff on aspects of Libraries Australia services will also be scheduled. Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea will be provided. Related Events The Australian Committee on Cataloguing (ACOC) Seminar will hold a seminar on 'RDA: next generation cataloguing standard' on the 24th October 2008 at the Powerhouse Museum. For more information see http://www.nla.gov.au/lis/stndrds/grps/acoc/acocseminar2008.html The Libraries Australia Trainers meeting will be held on 22nd October at the Powerhouse Museum. The Music Australia Forum will be held on the 22 October at the Australian Music Centre.

www.nla.gov.au/librariesaustralia/aum/ Search Quick Links Help Forms Services Events What's New About Us Connect Now Related Links Libraries Australia Forum 2008 Register Online Agenda Photo Gallery Library Tours Accommodation Options Getting There ... Sydney Visitors' information Powerhouse Museum map Follow the forum on the web Music Australia Forum Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, 23 Training Agents Meeting October 2008 Events Previous Libraries Australia Forums Event tag <LAF2008> Annual Users' Meeting (Archive) Registration The theme of the Forum is ‘futures’, and the topics are: The future of catalogues The future of library spaces New futures for authority data Confirmed speakers are: Eric Lease Morgan. Head of the Digital Access and Information Architecture Department, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA. Eric provides content to the ‘New Generation Catalogs 4 Libraries’ list. http://www.library.nd.edu/daiad/morgan/index.shtml Dr Colin Adrian. CEO, Canberra Institute of Technology. ‘The CIT is undergoing a major transformation with plans for some $250 million investment over the next 20 years. As part of this work, the CIT Library will become a learning commons area where students will have 24-hour access to online equipment and new methods of learning delivery.’ As an introduction to this transformation, the CIT examined its brand. Concern about perceptions of its longevity (80 years old), the reputation associated with TAFEs, how to maintain influence, the introduction of new technologies, and fixing a position in a shifting market (for example, from time-rich to time-poor) led to new marketing and positioning strategies. Simon Porter. Information manager (research), eScholarship Research Centre, University of Melbourne. Simon works on the Australian Find-An-Expert database, and is exploring collaboration with the National Library’s People Australia project. http://www.caudit.edu.au/educauseaustralasia07/authors_papers/Porter-243.pdf Dr Thomas Hickey. Thom co-leads OCLC’s implementation of the Virtual International Authority File project http://viaf.org. He also researches the exploitation of authority data in WorldCat. http://outgoing.typepad.com/outgoing/2007/02/identities_and_.html Interactive sessions with Libraries Australia staff on aspects of Libraries Australia services will also be scheduled. Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea will be provided. Related Events The Australian Committee on Cataloguing (ACOC) Seminar will hold a seminar on 'RDA: next generation cataloguing standard' on the 24th October 2008 at the Powerhouse Museum. For more information see http://www.nla.gov.au/lis/stndrds/grps/acoc/acocseminar2008.html The Libraries Australia Trainers meeting will be held on 22nd October at the Powerhouse Museum. The Music Australia Forum will be held on the 22 October at the Australian Music Centre.

www.nla.gov.au/librariesaustralia/forum/ Search Quick Links Help Forms Services Events What's New About Us Connect Now Related Links Libraries Australia Forum 2008 Register Online Agenda Photo Gallery Library Tours Accommodation Options Getting There ... Sydney Visitors' information Powerhouse Museum map Follow the forum on the web Music Australia Forum Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, 23 Training Agents Meeting October 2008 Events Previous Libraries Australia Forums Event tag <LAF2008> Annual Users' Meeting (Archive) Registration The theme of the Forum is ‘futures’, and the topics are: The future of catalogues The future of library spaces New futures for authority data Confirmed speakers are: Eric Lease Morgan. Head of the Digital Access and Information Architecture Department, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA. Eric provides content to the ‘New Generation Catalogs 4 Libraries’ list. http://www.library.nd.edu/daiad/morgan/index.shtml Dr Colin Adrian. CEO, Canberra Institute of Technology. ‘The CIT is undergoing a major transformation with plans for some $250 million investment over the next 20 years. As part of this work, the CIT Library will become a learning commons area where students will have 24-hour access to online equipment and new methods of learning delivery.’ As an introduction to this transformation, the CIT examined its brand. Concern about perceptions of its longevity (80 years old), the reputation associated with TAFEs, how to maintain influence, the introduction of new technologies, and fixing a position in a shifting market (for example, from time-rich to time-poor) led to new marketing and positioning strategies. Simon Porter. Information manager (research), eScholarship Research Centre, University of Melbourne. Simon works on the Australian Find-An-Expert database, and is exploring collaboration with the National Library’s People Australia project. http://www.caudit.edu.au/educauseaustralasia07/authors_papers/Porter-243.pdf Dr Thomas Hickey. Thom co-leads OCLC’s implementation of the Virtual International Authority File project http://viaf.org. He also researches the exploitation of authority data in WorldCat. http://outgoing.typepad.com/outgoing/2007/02/identities_and_.html Interactive sessions with Libraries Australia staff on aspects of Libraries Australia services will also be scheduled. Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea will be provided. Related Events The Australian Committee on Cataloguing (ACOC) Seminar will hold a seminar on 'RDA: next generation cataloguing standard' on the 24th October 2008 at the Powerhouse Museum. For more information see http://www.nla.gov.au/lis/stndrds/grps/acoc/acocseminar2008.html The Libraries Australia Trainers meeting will be held on 22nd October at the Powerhouse Museum. The Music Australia Forum will be held on the 22 October at the Australian Music Centre.

www.nla.gov.au/librariesaustralia/forum/ Search Quick Links Help Forms Services Events What's New About Us Connect Now Related Links Libraries Australia Forum 2008 Register Online Agenda Photo Gallery Library Tours Accommodation Options Getting There ... Sydney Visitors' information Powerhouse Museum map Follow the forum on the web Music Australia Forum Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, 23 Training Agents Meeting October 2008 Events Previous Libraries Australia Forums Event tag <LAF2008> Annual Users' Meeting (Archive) Registration The theme of the Forum is ‘futures’, and the topics are: The future of catalogues The future of library spaces New futures for authority data Confirmed speakers are: Eric Lease Morgan. Head of the Digital Access and Information Architecture Department, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA. Eric provides content to the ‘New Generation Catalogs 4 Libraries’ list. http://www.library.nd.edu/daiad/morgan/index.shtml Dr Colin Adrian. CEO, Canberra Institute of Technology. ‘The CIT is undergoing a major transformation with plans for some $250 million investment over the next 20 years. As part of this work, the CIT Library will become a learning commons area where students will have 24-hour access to online equipment and new methods of learning delivery.’ As an introduction to this transformation, the CIT examined its brand. Concern about perceptions of its longevity (80 years old), the reputation associated with TAFEs, how to maintain influence, the introduction of new technologies, and fixing a position in a shifting market (for example, from time-rich to time-poor) led to new marketing and positioning strategies. Simon Porter. Information manager (research), eScholarship Research Centre, University of Melbourne. Simon works on the Australian Find-An-Expert database, and is exploring collaboration with the National Library’s People Australia project. http://www.caudit.edu.au/educauseaustralasia07/authors_papers/Porter-243.pdf Dr Thomas Hickey. Thom co-leads OCLC’s implementation of the Virtual International Authority File project http://viaf.org. He also researches the exploitation of authority data in WorldCat. http://outgoing.typepad.com/outgoing/2007/02/identities_and_.html Interactive sessions with Libraries Australia staff on aspects of Libraries Australia services will also be scheduled. Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea will be provided. Related Events The Australian Committee on Cataloguing (ACOC) Seminar will hold a seminar on 'RDA: next generation cataloguing standard' on the 24th October 2008 at the Powerhouse Museum. For more information see http://www.nla.gov.au/lis/stndrds/grps/acoc/acocseminar2008.html The Libraries Australia Trainers meeting will be held on 22nd October at the Powerhouse Museum. The Music Australia Forum will be held on the 22 October at the Australian Music Centre. 2008 2007 2006 Search Search Search Quick Links Help Forms Services Events What's New About Us Connect Now Quick Links Help Forms Services Events What's New About Us Connect Now Quick Links Help Forms Services Events What's New About Us Connect Now Related Links Related Links Related Links Libraries Australia Forum 2008 Register Online Libraries Australia Forum 2007 Register Online Libraries Australia Forum 2006 Register online Agenda Agenda for the Libraries Australia Agenda for the Libraries Australia Photo Gallery The Libraries Australia Forum will be held this year on the 6th Forum 2007 The Libraries Australia Forum (formerly the Kinetica Annual Users Forum 2006 Library Tours September at the State Library of Queensland. Photo Gallery Meeting) will be held this year on 3 November at the University of Libraries Tour Accommodation Options Welcome Reception Melbourne Law Faculty. Libraries Australia Trainers Meeting Getting There ... Registrations for this event closed on Tuesday 28th August . Australia Forum 2007 Accommodation Options Sydney Visitors' information Libraries Tour Parking (PDF) Powerhouse Museum map Libraries Australia Trainers Meeting Melbourne Visitors' Information Follow the forum on the web Accommodation Options (PDF) Music Australia Forum Getting There ... Melbourne University Map Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, 23 Training Agents Meeting Brisbane Visitors' Information Previous Annual Users Meetings October 2008 Events Queensland State Library Map Previous Libraries Australia Forums Previous Annual Users Meetings . Event tag <LAF2008> Annual Users' Meeting (Archive) . Registration The theme of the Forum is ‘futures’, and the topics are: The Australian Committee on Cataloguing will be hosting its 2007 Seminar at the State Library of Queensland, Brisbane on Friday 7th September. Further The future of catalogues information is available at: The future of library spaces http://www.nla.gov.au/lis/stndrds/grps/acoc/acocseminar2007.html New futures for authority data Registrations for this event closed on Friday 31st August . Confirmed speakers are: Eric Lease Morgan. Head of the Digital Access and Information Architecture Department, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA. Eric provides content to the ‘New Generation Catalogs 4 Libraries’ list. http://www.library.nd.edu/daiad/morgan/index.shtml Dr Colin Adrian. CEO, Canberra Institute of Technology. ‘The CIT is undergoing a major transformation with plans for some $250 million investment over the next 20 years. As part of this work, the CIT Library will become a learning commons area where students will have 24-hour access to online equipment and new methods of learning delivery.’ As an introduction to this transformation, the CIT examined its brand. Concern about perceptions of its longevity (80 years old), the reputation associated with TAFEs, how to maintain influence, the introduction of new technologies, and fixing a position in a shifting market (for example, from time-rich to time-poor) led to new marketing and positioning strategies. Simon Porter. Information manager (research), eScholarship Research Centre, University of Melbourne. Simon works on the Australian Find-An-Expert database, and is exploring collaboration with the National Library’s People Australia project. http://www.caudit.edu.au/educauseaustralasia07/authors_papers/Porter-243.pdf Dr Thomas Hickey. Thom co-leads OCLC’s implementation of the Virtual International Authority File project http://viaf.org. He also researches the exploitation of authority data in WorldCat. http://outgoing.typepad.com/outgoing/2007/02/identities_and_.html Interactive sessions with Libraries Australia staff on aspects of Libraries Australia services will also be scheduled. Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea will be provided. Related Events The Australian Committee on Cataloguing (ACOC) Seminar will hold a seminar on 'RDA: next generation cataloguing standard' on the 24th October 2008 at the Powerhouse Museum. For more information see http://www.nla.gov.au/lis/stndrds/grps/acoc/acocseminar2008.html The Libraries Australia Trainers meeting will be held on 22nd October at the Powerhouse Museum. The Music Australia Forum will be held on the 22 October at the Australian Music Centre.

www.nla.gov.au/librariesaustralia/forum/ Search Quick Links Help Forms Services Events What's New About Us Connect Now Related Links Libraries Australia Forum 2008 Register Online Agenda Photo Gallery Library Tours Accommodation Options Getting There ... Sydney Visitors' information Powerhouse Museum map Follow the forum on the web Music Australia Forum Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, 23 Training Agents Meeting October 2008 Events Previous Libraries Australia Forums Event tag <LAF2008> Annual Users' Meeting (Archive) Registration The theme of the Forum is ‘futures’, and the topics are: The future of catalogues The future of library spaces New futures for authority data Confirmed speakers are: Eric Lease Morgan. Head of the Digital Access and Information Architecture Department, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA. Eric provides content to the ‘New Generation Catalogs 4 Libraries’ list. http://www.library.nd.edu/daiad/morgan/index.shtml Dr Colin Adrian. CEO, Canberra Institute of Technology. ‘The CIT is undergoing a major transformation with plans for some $250 million investment over the next 20 years. As part of this work, the CIT Library will become a learning commons area where students will have 24-hour access to online equipment and new methods of learning delivery.’ As an introduction to this transformation, the CIT examined its brand. Concern about perceptions of its longevity (80 years old), the reputation associated with TAFEs, how to maintain influence, the introduction of new technologies, and fixing a position in a shifting market (for example, from time-rich to time-poor) led to new marketing and positioning strategies. Simon Porter. Information manager (research), eScholarship Research Centre, University of Melbourne. Simon works on the Australian Find-An-Expert database, and is exploring collaboration with the National Library’s People Australia project. http://www.caudit.edu.au/educauseaustralasia07/authors_papers/Porter-243.pdf Dr Thomas Hickey. Thom co-leads OCLC’s implementation of the Virtual International Authority File project http://viaf.org. He also researches the exploitation of authority data in WorldCat. http://outgoing.typepad.com/outgoing/2007/02/identities_and_.html Interactive sessions with Libraries Australia staff on aspects of Libraries Australia services will also be scheduled. Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea will be provided. Related Events The Australian Committee on Cataloguing (ACOC) Seminar will hold a seminar on 'RDA: next generation cataloguing standard' on the 24th October 2008 at the Powerhouse Museum. For more information see http://www.nla.gov.au/lis/stndrds/grps/acoc/acocseminar2008.html

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