OCT 25

OCLC Research at the Libraries Australia 2012 Forum

OCLC Research Senior Program Officer Merrilee Proffitt will give a keynote presentation at this event.

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The annual Libraries Australia Forum is a showcase of the developments in the past year. During the forum, highlights of the service are demonstrated, the Annual Report is presented and future directions are discussed.

Delegates have the opportunity to informally meet and discuss aspects of the service with Libraries Australia staff. During the day, service specific sessions are run, allowing for open examination of issues and discussions of workflows.

OCLC Research Senior Program Officer Merrilee Proffitt will give a keynote presentation at this year's forum, the details of which are below. See the Libraries Australia 2012 Forum Program for the day's complete schedule.

 

Thursday, 25 October

Time Meeting
9:15–10:00 a.m.

Moving the Past into the Present: Special Collections in a Digital Age

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Start Date

25 October 2012

End Date

25 October 2012

Location

Canberra, Australia

Venue

Theatre, National Library of Australia

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