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Gillian Hallam: Our Journey Into The Future - E-Portfolios

Gillian Hallam presents her paper to the 2009 LIANZA conference on the results of a study into E-Portfolios in libraries.

Professor Sue McKnight: Here Today And Here Tomorrow

Professor Sue McKnight presents her paper to the 2010 LIANZA conference on the future of academic libraries.

Rowena Cullen and Brenda Chawner: Open To Change? Factors Influencing Faculty Adoption And Use Of Open Access Repositories

Rowena Cullen and Brenda Chawner present their paper to the 2010 LIANZA conference on the usage of open access resources in libraries.

Rebecca Cox: Usability @ The Library

Rebecca Cox presents her paper to the 2010 LIANZA conference on applying web usability research to support better access to library collections

Marilyn Fordyce and Paula Hasler: Demand Driven E-Book Selection

Marilyn Fordyce and Paula Hasler present their paper to the 2010 LIANZA conference on new concepts in e-book selection.

Are Librarians Ready For The New Information World?

Library Life Article: 22 Apr 13

Feature article by: Claire Stent

I am heading overseas next month to visit my son so I have become a researcher. It has shown me how much information retrieval has changed. I wonder if we are keeping up with these fundamental changes.

Angela King: New Zealand Librarians' Decision-making And Open Access Research

Angela King presents her paper to the 2011 LIANZA conference on how frequently librarians use research papers and why

Robert Baigent, Anne Morgan, Lisa Oldham: The Fearless Librarian: Lessons That Can Be Learned From The Virtual Librarian

Robert Baigent, Anne Morgan, Lisa Oldham present a paper to the 2011 LIANZA conference investigating the success of the AnyQuestions website and what it means for librarians.

John Sullivan: New Zealand Heritage - Any Time, Any Place - Online

John Sullivan presents his paper to the 2011 LIANZA conference concerning the move towards digital access in libraries.

The Alexander Turnbull Library (ATL) is New Zealand’s premier heritage library. Between 2010 and 2012, the National Library building is being renovated and many collections are unavailable to researchers. To address this situation, the ATL has undertaken several major digitisation and access projects, designed to make collections more accessible to all New Zealanders. These projects include:

Peter Lund: E-Readers: Devices for Passionate Leisure Readers or an Empowering Scholarly Resource

Peter Lund presents his paper to the 2011 LIANZA conference surrounding the prevalence of e-readers like the kindle and ipad.

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