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Kapitzke, Cushla & Bruce, Bertram C. (Eds.) (2006) Libr@ries : changing information space and practice. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah, New Jersey.
Alharbi, Awadh & Middleton, Michael R. (2012) The relationship between academic library usage and educational performance in Kuwait. Library Management, 33(1/2), pp. 86-94.
Baker, Janet & Milne, Craig (2009) Re-invent yourself: from London intensive care nursing and the Nigerian oil fields to an an academic library in Brisbane; a career change worth making. inCite, 30(8), p. 32.
Baker, Janet & Prasolova, Nina (2014) Methodologies for measuring research impact for a new interdisciplinary institute. In Research Support Community Day (VALA2014 Associated Event), 3rd February 2014, University of Melbourne, Copland Theatre, Parkville. (Unpublished)
Barry, Tania & Hallam, Gillian C. (2009) "I'm thinking 'bout moving in"... An examination of the issues impacting on the recruitment of secondary school graduates to the library and information profession. In Varlejs, Jana & Walton, Graham (Eds.) Strategies for regenerating the library and information professions, K G Saur, Bologna, Italy, pp. 32-45.
Besek, June M., LeFurgy, William, Muir, Adrienne, Atkinson, Benedict A., Carroll, Emma F., Coates, Jessica M., et al. (2008) International Study on the Impact of Copyright Law on Digital Preservation.
Borchert, Martin (2006) Changing user behaviour using a digital repository system. In Proceedings of Victorian Automated Library Association Conference, Victorian Automated Library Association, Melbourne .
Borchert, Martin & Cleary, Colleen E. (2011) Support for gold open access publishing strategies at QUT. In ALIA 15th Conference and Exhibition : Information Online 2011, 1-3 February 2011, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Sydney, NSW.
Bradbury, Stephanie J. (2010) Upskilling in scholarly communication practices. In Berlin 8 Open Access Conference, 25-27 October 2010, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing. (Unpublished)
Bruce, Christine S. (2003) Information Literacy. In Feather, John & Sturges, Paul (Eds.) International encyclopedia of information and library science (2nd ed.). Routledge, London ; New York.
Bruce, Christine S. & Middleton, Michael R. (1996) Teaching and learning information organisation: the Queensland University of Technology experience. Cataloguing Australia, 22(1/2), pp. 34-47.
Cleary, Colleen E. (2009) Why the “Big Deal” continues to persist. The Serials Librarian, 57(4), pp. 364-379.
Cochrane, Thomas G. (2002) The Making of Copyright Law: Notes from an Australian Perspective. Australian Academic and Research Libraries, 33(4), pp. 242-249.
Dawson, Graham C. & Brown, Richard J. (2003) Action research for generic skill development : an integrated curriculum approach to develop information literacy, critical analysis and English expression of engineering students (utilizing triangulated assessment). In Brown, Allison (Ed.) Australasian Association for Engineering Education (14th : 2003 : RMIT University, Melbourne, Vic.), 29 September - 1 October, 2003, RMIT, Melbourne.
Demasson, Andrew E., Partridge, Helen L., & Bruce, Christine S. (2010) How do public librarians constitute information literacy? In Proceedings of QualIT2010), Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD. (In Press)
Diehm, Rae-Anne & Lupton, Mandy (2012) Approaches to learning information literacy : a phenomenographic study. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 38(4), pp. 217-225.
Edwards, Sylvia L. & Ewers, Barbara R. (1998) Business Information: five key findings of a survey. Australian Library Journal, 47(1), pp. 61-73.
Hallam, Gillain C. & Gissing, Chris (2002) The QUT/ALIA Queensland student mentoring program. In Vital Link 3: Staffing in library and information services in the 21st century, 29-30 November 2002, Adelaide, South Australia.
Hallam, Gillian C. (2008) Beyond a dream: The real picture of employment in the library and information services sector in Australia. In Dreaming08: Australian Library and Information Association Biennial Conference, 2-5 September 2008, Alice Springs, NT.
Hallam, Gillian C. (2007) Education for library and information service. In Ferguson, Stuart (Ed.) Libraries in the twenty-first century: Charting new directions in information services. Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, NSW, pp. 311-336.
Hallam, Gillian C. (2006) Future perfect – will we have made it? Workforce planning issues in the library and information sector. In ALIA 2006 Biennial Conference: Click06, 19-22 September, Perth, Australia.
Hallam, Gillian C. (2007) Library workforce planning in Australia: A focus on learning, strengthening and moving the profession forward. In Librarians: Learning - Strengthening - Moving Forward. Library Association of Singapore Conference 2007, 29-30 January 2007, Singapore. (Unpublished)
Hallam, Gillian C. (2007) Library workforce planning in Australia: A focus on learning, strengthening and moving the profession forward. Singapore Journal of Library and Information Management, 36, pp. 17-40.
Hallam, Gillian C. (2008) Nexus: An investigation into the library and information services workforce in Australia. Final report. (Unpublished)
Hallam, Gillian C. (2007) Our future – as the 21st century library and information workforce – is intrinsically linked to our ability to innovate, initiate and inspire. Can workforce planning help us get there? In Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) National Library and Information Technicians Conference 2007, 9-12 October 2007, Melbourne.
Hallam, Gillian C. (2008) Personalplanung im australischen Bibliothekssektor: ein Blick auf die Weiterentwicklung eines Berufes. In Bibliotheken in der Informationsgesellschaft. 97. Deutscher Bibliothekartag, 3-6 June 2008, Mannheim, Germany. (Unpublished)
Hallam, Gillian C. (2006) Trends in LIS education in Australia. In Khoo, C., Singh, D., & Chaudhry, A. S. (Eds.) Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Conference on Library & Information Education & Practice 2006 (A-LIEP 2006) : Preparing Information Professionals for Leadership in the New Age, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, pp. 41-51.
Hallam, Gillian C. (2009) The strategic and operational dimensions of staff training and professional development for information professionals : what neXus2 has revealed. In Proceedings of the 14th ALIA Exhibition and Conference : Information Online 2009, Sydney.
Hallam, Gillian C. & Genoni, Paul (2008) Library Technician course recognition in Australia: The challenges of a distributed national education program. In World Library and Information Congress: 74th IFLA General Conference and Council - "Libraries without borders: Navigating towards global understanding", 10-14 August 2008, Quebec City, Canada.
Hallam, Gillian C. & Genoni, Paul (2009) Library technician course recognition : meeting the challenge of a distributed national education program. The Australian Library Journal (ALJ), 58(3), pp. 233-249.
Hallam, Gillian C. & Gissing, Chris (2003) Mentoring fosters personal growth - and membership growth. In World Library and Information Congress: 69th IFLA General Conference and Council, 1-9 August 2003, Berlin, Germany. (Unpublished)
Hallam, Gillian C. & McAllister, Lynn M. (2008) Self discovery through digital portfolios: a holistic approach to developing new library and information professionals. In Digital discovery: strategies and solutions : 29th annual conference of the International Asociation of Technological University Libraries (IATUL), 21-24 April 2008, Auckland, New Zealand. (Unpublished)
Hallam, Gillian C., Newton-Smith, Carol, & Gissing, Chris (2003) Two different approaches to mentoring new library and information professionals: Chardonnay or Shiraz? In Celebrate the Future: 10th Asia Pacific Special, Health and Law Librarians' Conference, 24-27 August, Adelaide.
Hallam, Gillian C. & Partridge, Helen L. (2003) Changing a triangle into a circle: educating the new information professional. In International Conference (Asia-Pacific) on Challenges and Opportunities for Libraries and Information Professionals in Knowledge Management and the Digital Age, 20-22 March 2003, Chiang Mai, Thailand. (Unpublished)
Hallam, Gillian C. & Partridge, Helen L. (2004) IT + LIS = the perfect partnership for the twenty-first century! The Queensland University of Technology (QUT) formula for success. In Poised to Pounce: The Power of Convergence, Association for Library and Information Science Education 2004 Annual Conference (ALISE 2004), 6-9 January 2004, San Diego, California. (Unpublished)
Hallam, Gillian C. & Partridge, Helen L. (2004) The whole is greater than the sum of the parts: using holistic approaches to teaching and learning to devlop library and information professionals. In Transforming knowledge into wisdom: holistic approaches ot teaching and learning. HERDSA 2004 Conference, 4-7 July 2004, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia. (Unpublished)
Hallam, Gillian C., Partridge, Helen L., & McAllister, Lynn M. (2004) LIS education in changing times. Australian Law Librarian, 12(2), pp. 11-32.
Hallam, Gillian C., Walton-Sonda, Dianne, & Genoni, Paul (2009) Aligning policy with practice: an evaluation of vocational education and training in the library and information services sector. In Proceedings of the 12th Annual Australian Vocational Education and Training Research Association Conference, Sydney.
Hateley, Erica (2012) And the winner is...? : Thinking about Australian book awards in the library. The Australian Library Journal, 61(3), pp. 189-199.
Hughes, Hilary E., Bruce, Christine S., & Edwards, Sylvia L. (2007) Models for reflection and learning : a culturally inclusive response to the infomation literacy imbalance. In Andretta, Susie (Ed.) Change and challenge: Information literacy for the 21st century. Auslib Press, Blackwood, pp. 59-84.
Johnson, Kelly & Firn, Jennifer (2013) A grand challenge : reflecting on university science curriculum design, collaborative partnerships and integration of information literacy skills. In European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL 2013), 22 - 25 October 2013, Istanbul, Turkey. (Unpublished)
Klaebe, Helen G. & Burgess, Jean E. (2008) State Library of Queensland Oral History and Digital Storytelling Review.
Lean, Mike & Young, Carolyn D. (2002) From faith to certainty: The changing face of managing copyright compliance in an Australian university. Australian Academic and Research Libraries, 33(4), pp. 258-268.
Lupton, Mandy (2012) Inquiry skills in the Australian curriculum. Access, 26(2), pp. 12-18.
Middleton, Michael R. (2007) Beyond the corporate library : information management in organisations. In Ferguson, Stuart (Ed.) Libraries in the twenty-first century : Charting future developments in library and information services. Charles Sturt University, Centre for Information Studies, Wagga Wagga, N.S.W., pp. 181-201.
Middleton, Michael R. (1997) Convergence or chimera? Incite, 18(8), p. 18.
Middleton, Michael R. (1999) Less is more: A creed for the new millennium; KEYNOTE address for Association of Parliamentary Libraries of Australasia 14th Biennial Conference, Brisbane, July 15, 1999. In Association of Parliamentary Libraries of Australasia 14th Biennial Conference, July 15, 1999, Brisbane, Australia. (Unpublished)
Middleton, Michael R. (1999) Library digitisation project management. In 20th IATUL (International Association of Technological University Libraries) Conference, May 1999, Chania, Greece.
Middleton, Michael R. (2005) Library involvement in remote learning: Framework for integration of services. In 12th International Conference on Learning, 11-14th July, 2005, Granada, Spain. (Unpublished)
Middleton, Michael R. (2006) Library involvement in remote learning: Framework for integration of services. International Journal of Learning, 12(2), pp. 149-160.
Middleton, Michael R. (2005) Library support for online education: elements of successful delivery. In Isaías, Pedro, Kommers, Piet, & McPherson, Maggie (Eds.) IADIS International Conference e-Society 2005, 27-30 June 2005, Qawra, Malta.
Middleton, Michael R. (1993) Managing inhouse databases incorporating images. In Asian Pacific Specials Health and Law Librarians Conference, 23rd-26th August, 1993, Gold Coast, Queensland.
Middleton, Michael R. (1999) Metainformation incorporation in library digitisation projects. In Aparac, T. (Ed.) Digital Libraries: interdisciplinary concepts, challenges and opportunities; proceedings of the Third International Conference on the Conceptions of Library and Information Science. Zavod za informacijske studije Odsjeka za informacijske znanosti, Filozofski fakultet, Zagreb; Naklada Benja, Lovke, pp. 334-338.
Middleton, Michael R., Edwards, Sylvia L., & Collins, Juliet (1999) Internet site evaluation tool: students professional practice experience works towards the development of an Internet tool. Education for Library and Information Services: Australia, 16(2), pp. 15-17.
Middleton, Michael R. & Hallam, Gillian C. (2001) Generic education for specialist information professionals. Australian Law Librarian, 9(3), pp. 181-194.
Middleton, Michael R., Hallam, Gillian C., & Partridge, Helen L. (2003) Innovative Support for instruction in information and library studies at QUT. In Library and Information Science Education in Asia (LISEA) Seminar, December 11th, 2003, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Middleton, Michael R. & Lee, Julie M. (2007) Cultural institutions and Web 2.0. In Fourth Seminar on Research Applications in Information and Library Studies (RAILS 4), November 30th, 2007, RMIT University, Melbourne. (In Press)
Middleton, Michael R. & Peacock, Judith A. (2000) Library services to external students from Australian universities: the influence of flexible delivery upon traditional service provision. In Sarkodie-Mensah, K. (Ed.) Reference services for the adult learner. The Haworth Press, New York, pp. 215-217.
Moody, Kim E. (2005) Covert censorship in libraries: a discussion paper. Australian Library Journal, 54(2), pp. 138-147.
Moody, Kim E. (2004) Opinions and Experiences of Queensland-Based Public Librarians with Regard to Censorship of Materials in Public Library Collections: An Exploratory Analysis. In ALIA 2004 Biennial Conference: Challenging Ideas, 21-24 September 2004, Gold Coast Convention & Exhibition Centre, Queensland, Australia.
Mulatiningsih, Bekti, Partridge, Helen L., & Davis, Kate (2013) Exploring the role of Twitter in the professional practice of LIS professionals : a pilot study. Australian Library Journal, 62.
Nguyen, Linh Cuong, Partridge, Helen L., & Edwards, Sylvia L. (2012) Towards an understanding of the participatory library. Library Hi Tech, 30(2), pp. 335-346.
Partridge, Helen L. (2011) Librarian 2.0 : it’s all in the attitude! In Mueller, Dawn (Ed.) Declaration of Interdependence : the Proceedings of the ACRL 2011 Conference, Association of College and Research Libraries, Philadelphia, PA.
Partridge, Helen L., Carroll, Mary, Hanisch, Jo, & Henninger, Maureen (2011) Building the profession together : towards holistic library and information science education. In ALIA National Library Technicians 2011 Conference, 12-16 September, 2011, Pan Pacific Perth, Perth, WA.
Partridge, Helen L., Edwards, Sylvia L., Baker, Andrew, & McAllister, Lynn M. (2007) The Reflective Online Searching Skills (ROSS) Environment: embedding information literacy into student learning through an online environment. In International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA). World Library and Information Congress. 73rd General Conference and Council. Section on Information Literacy/Academic Libraries, 18-23 August, Durban, South Africa.
Partridge, Helen L. & Hallam, Gillian C. (2006) Educating the millennial generation for evidence based information practice. Library Hi Tech, 24(3), pp. 400-419.
Partridge, Helen L. & Hallam, Gillian C. (2004) The double helix: a personal account of the discovery of the structrue of the information professional's DNA. In Challenging ideas. ALIA 2004 Biennial Conference, 21-24 September 2004, Gold Coast, Australia. (Unpublished)
Partridge, Helen L., Menzies, Victoria, Lee, Julie M., & Munro, Carrie (2010) The contemporary librarian : skills, knowledge and attributes required in a world of emerging technologies. Library and Information Science Research, 32(4), pp. 265-271.
Partridge, Helen L., Thorpe, Clare E., & Edwards, Sylvia L. (2007) The practitioner’s experience and conception of evidence based library and information practice: an exploratory analysis. In 4th International Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Conference, May 6-11 2007, Chapel Hill-Durham, NC, USA.
Peacock, Judith A. (2004) Standards, Curriculum and learning: implications for professional development. In Bundy, Alan (Ed.) Australian and New Zealand Information Literacy Framework: principles, standards and practice, 2nd edition. Australian and New Zealand Institute for Information Literacy (ANZIIL), Adelaide, pp. 29-33.
Peacock, Judith A. & Middleton, Michael R. (1999) Mixed mode education: implications for library user services. New Library World, 100(1), pp. 11-19.
Powell, Tracey & Partridge, Helen L. (2010) Life in the 'real world': a profile of Queensland University of Technology Library and Information Science graduates. Australian Academic and Research Libraries, 41(2), pp. 113-128.
Schulz, Nathalie & Sarah, Fredline (2002) The Internet Resources Project: An exercise in collaboration. In VALA 2002, 6th-8th February 2002, Melbourne.
Smeaton, Kathleen & Davis, Kate (2013) Social technologies in public libraries : exploring best practice. Library Management, 35(3). (In Press)
Somerville, Mary M., Rogers, Erika, Mirijamdotter, Anita, & Partridge, Helen L. (2007) The Cal Poly digital learning initiative. In Connor, Elizabeth (Ed.) Evidence-based librarianship: case studies and active learning exercises. Chandos Publishing, Oxford, Endland, pp. 141-161.
Steiner, Alice, Thomas, Jennifer A., & Thompson, Ellen E. (2012) Supporting research at QUT : a tale of three librarians and a Creative Industries super-faculty. In Arts Library Society Australia & New Zealand Conference (ARLIS/ANZ 2012), 6-8 September 2012, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, VIC.
Stokker, Judy H. & Hallam, Gillian (2009) The right person, in the right job, with the right skills, at the right time. A workforce-planning model that goes beyond metrics. Library Management, 30(8/9), pp. 561-571.
Stoodley, Ian D. (2010) Librarians without borders. InCite, 31(12), p. 6.
Thomas, Jennifer A., Middleton, Michael R., & Warren, Margaret (2007) Preparing resource discovery for digitized music – an analysis of an Australian application. In Larson, R., Rasmussen, E., Sugimoto, S., & Toms, E. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 7th ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL 2007) - Building and sustaining the Digital Environment, June 19-23, 2007, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. (In Press)
Thompson, Ellen E. & McKeon, Kelly (2008) M is for meeting places: The Arts Libraries Society of Australia and New Zealand builds a virtual Web 2.0 'clubhouse'. In Dreaming 08: ALIA 2008 Biennial Conference, 2-5 September 2008, Alice Springs Convention Centre, Alice Springs, NT, Australia. (In Press)
Uthmann, Sharon E. (2005) Multi-skill me: secondment opportunities and issues at QUT Library. In neXt 2005: ALIA National Library & Information Technicians Conference, 6–9 September 2005, Sydney, Australia.
van Prooijen, Marvin W. (2006) Metadata: Development, deployment and diffusion. In Edwards, Sylvia L. (Ed.) 1st Annual Web Content Management Symposium: C3 Create Clarify Connect, 3rd June 2006, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane.
Young, Carolyn D. (2001) Horses for courses: teamwork in delivering integrated information resources to students. In EDUCAUSE in Australasia 2001, May 20th-23rd 2001, Marriott Surfers Paradise Resort, Gold Coast, Queensland Australia..
Young, Carolyn D. & Stokker, Judy H. (2001) Course materials database: integrating information resources into online teaching for students at QUT. Australian Academic and Research Libraries, 32(3).