2019 Program

8:45
Registration, coffee, and networking
9:45

Welcome and housekeeping

Lisa McIntosh (Director Access Services, University of Sydney)

9:55

Plans S as an inflexion point for OA: how momentum in Europe will have global effects

Martin Borchert (University Librarian, University of New South Wales; Chair of the AOASG Executive Committee)

10:30

Developing a systematic review service model: two approaches

Edward Luca (Manager Academic Services, University of Sydney) & Patrick Condron (Senior Liaison Librarian, University of Melbourne)

10:50

How to get researchers to publish strategically: targeting quality outlets

Emma McLean (Team Leader Academic Engagement (Medicine), University of New South Wales)

11:10
Morning tea
11:30

An update on ORCID and the use of PIDs to connect, link, cite, credit research

Natasha Simons (Associate Director Skilled Workforce, Australian Research Data Commons)

11:50

Tracking your research impact with Publons

Geeho Liu (Director, Solution Consulting SEA/ANZ, Clarivate Analytics)

12:00

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Data Archive (ATSIDA) and its role in research related to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

Charlotte Moar (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Data Archive) and Duncan Loxton (University of Technology Sydney)

12:20

“Speed” Research Support

5 x 5 minute Presentations

13:00
Lunch
14:00

Publishing and dealing with rejection

Professor James Arvanitakis (Pro Vice-Chancellor, Research and Graduate Studies, Western Sydney University)

14:20

“Speed” Research Support

3 x 5 minute Presentations

14:45

Workshops

Software curation and reproducible research
Case Study Lecture Theatre 2150

Facilitator: Matthias Liffers (Research Software Skills Specialist, Australian Research Data Commons)

Software is a first class research output – the vast majority of research uses software in some form. With broad awareness of the importance of data management and publishing, attention has now turned to software curation. Software may be curated for any number of purposes, including publication, reuse, and preservation.

Recent global advances include the formation of the Research Software Alliance, the rise of computationally reproducible papers, and the ability to run virtual computing environments in web browsers.

How can libraries draw on data management skills to expand into software curation?

Making the internet smarter: Building Wikipedia communities of practice
Case Study Lecture Theatre 1170

Facilitator: Jennifer Warburton (Manager Research Publications and Programs Architecture, University of Melbourne)

An interactive forum for people who would like to exchange experiences and ideas for building Wikipedia editing communities and to explore the logistics of facilitating collaborative projects and Wiki editing events. In this session we will also explore the feasibility of developing an Australian university wiki network to work on themed projects and share resources. Both new and experienced Wikipedians are welcome to this guided discussion and networking activity.

Jennifer is a member of the UoM Wiki Agenda (UMWA) Community of Practice – a monthly lunchtime meetup of new and experienced UoM Wikipedians interested addressing the Wikipedia diversity gap. The group has run two Wikipedia edit-a-thons, joins with La Trobe University for their Shut Up & Wiki sessions and recently hosted an academic panel on Wikipedia & Teaching.

Lightning Design Jam: Building Staff Competencies in Research Support
Case Study Lecture Theatre 1070

Facilitator: Edward Luca (Manager Academic Services, University of Sydney)

Delivering user-centred research support services requires adapting to evolving client needs and broader changes in the sector. Government and institutional approaches to rapidly changing research priorities mean that library research support services are often fluid and emerging.

Academic librarians working in the research space face unique challenges around professional development and upskilling, which are often provided through ad hoc and institution-specific initiatives and programs. This workshop will provide a space to explore some of these challenges through a Lightning Design Jam, a design thinking approach that will focus on generating low effort, high impact solutions that you can bring back to your organisation.

15:30
Afternoon tea
15:50

Library impact case studies as a methodology for understanding the value of library services

Sarah Graham (Manager Academic Services, University of Sydney)

16:05

Incorporating a cultural competence lens to research data support services

Ryan Stoker (Research Data Officer, University of Sydney)

16:25

Cycling through Open Access Week

Stephanie Bradbury (Queensland University of Technology)

16:35
Q&A
16:50
Wrap up and close
17:00

Dinner and drinks

At your own expense; Venue TBC