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 Browse by Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines The Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines (Australian Standard Research Classification) is published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS catalogue number 1297.0) 1998. ABS data is used with permission from the Australian Bureau of Statistics -> 400000 Journalism, Librarianship and Curatorial Studies :

400100 Journalism, Communication and Media (798)
400200 Librarianship (95)
400300 Curatorial Studies (10)
409900 Other Journalism, Librarianship and Curatorial Studies (8)

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Priddey, Jocelyn (2002). Acquiring information resources from an academic library perspective. 44 25
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) Amazing History Finds. Australian Printer, May: 36-36. 77  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) A Sale where sometimes you pay, and sometimes you don't. PANPA Bulletin, October 250: 48-49. 47  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) Australia. IPI Report: World Press Freedom Review 2005, 2005 1-8. 39  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2004) Australia. IPI Report: World Press Freedom Review, 2004 -: 166-169. 41  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) Bulletin struggled early but has boomed with the Gold Coast. PANPA Bulletin, May 245: 56-57. 41  
Chanson, Hubert (2005) Commercial Search Engines, International Databases or Traditional Libraries?. Journal of Hydraulic Research, 43 6: A85-A87. 965 527
Schmidt, Janine, Turnbull, Deborah and Croud, Jennifer (1999). Cybrary Support for Learning, Teaching and Research at The University of Queensland - the 1998 University of the Year. In: T. Benjamin Massey, Proceeedings of the 24th International Conference: Improving University Learning and Teaching. 24th International Conference on Improving University Learning and Teaching, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia, (476-481). 5th - 8th July, 1999. 730 984
Taylor, Chris (2002). Darwinian organisations: The UQ library experience. 32 16
Bauer, Catherine and Follett, Roslyn (2002). Digitisation of unique collections of architectural and historical images at the University of Queensland Library. In: E-volving information futures : proceedings. Victorian Association for Library Automation. Conference and Exhibition (11th : 2002 : Melbourne), Melbourne Exhibition and Conference Centre, (). 6-8 February, 2002. 185  
Todd, Heather (2004). Down and loaded : The right information at the right time. 27 21
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) Edited with a pair of scissors. Australian Printer, November: 22-22. 29   Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Nicholas Carah (2008). Empowerment within the brandscapes of popular music culture PhD Thesis, School of Journalism and Communication, The University of Queensland. 747 322
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) Guts-and-glory, murder and more during Mercury's history. PANPA Bulletin, September 249: 56-57. 32  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) Hocking family struck a rich newspaper lode at Kalgoorlie. PANPA Bulletin, April 244: 56-57. 44  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) How a Communist rag in Darwin became a newspaper for Mt Isa. PANPA Bulletin, June 246: 56-57. 47  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) Howe's that. Australian Printer, April: 89-89. 20   Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Wolfgang Baumgartner (2008). Intuitionism and its Implications for the Theory of Communication PhD Thesis, School of Journalism and Communication, The University of Queensland. 290 91
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) Murray Bridge took its time to cross publishing barriers. PANPA Bulletin, March 243: 58-59. 27  
Priddey, Jocelyn (2005). Musical chairs: Changing relationships in the information management business. 29 14
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) Newspapers faded away as the amalgamation disease hit. PANPA Bulletin, February 242: 58-59. 24  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) No news was bad news. Australian Printer, June: 28-28. 34  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) Now and then. Australian Printer, March: 56-56. 22   Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Verschueren, Paul (2007). Picturing Afghanistan: the role of photo-texts in framing conflict, identity and the nation PhD Thesis, School of Journalism and Communication, The University of Queensland. 655 120
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) Provincial publishing proliferated in Australia's colonial era. PANPA Bulletin, July 247: 48-49. 37  
Creese, Helen (2004) Reading the Bali Post: women and representation in post-Suharto Bali. Intersections: Gender, History and Culture in the Asian Context, 1 10: . 162   Cited 4 times in Scopus4
Chanson, Hubert (2007) Research Quality, Publications and Impact in Civil Engineering into the 21st Century. Publish or Perish, Commercial versus Open Access, Internet versus Libraries?. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, 34 8: 946-951. doi:10.1139/L07-027 4043 1975 3 Cited 4 times in Scopus4 3
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) Riding off into the sunrise. Australian Printer, July: 30-30. 28  
Cheung, K., Hunter, J., Lashtabeg, A. and Drennan, J. (2007). SCOPE - A Scientific Compound Object Publishing and Editing System. In: 3rd International Digital Curation Conference, Washington DC, United States, (). 11-13 December, 2007. 181 221
Chanson, Hubert (2008). Some Experience with Digital Publishing, Open Access Repository, Research Impact and Quality. In: Open Access Collections workshop, Australian Partnership for Sustainable Repositories, Brisbane QLD, Australia, (1-12). 14 February, 2008. 1944 725
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) Spectator watched Hamilton prosper over 145 years. PANPA Bulletin, August 248: 56-57. 28  
Pei-ying Tsai (2009). Sustained Competitive Advantage of News Organisations: Research on the Human Resource Management on Taiwan’s Media Groups. PhD Thesis, School of Journalism and Communication, The University of Queensland. 492 33
Kirkpatrick, R. and Tanner, S. (2005) Tall timbers topple: End of independence for Tasmania's daily press. Australian Studies in Journalism, 14 -: 124-145. 29  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) The days of newspaper yore. Australian Printer, February: 30-30. 28   Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) Thereby hangs a tale. Australian Printer, August: 33-33. 38  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005). The regional daily unafraid to stand alone. In: Dr. Trish Payne, 2005 Australian Media Traditions. 2005 Australian Media Traditions Conference, University of Canberra, (1-10). 24th to 25th November 2005. 38  
Schmidt, Janine B., Croud, Jennifer and Turnbull, Deborah A. (1999). The University of Queensland Cybrary: a Virtual Library in a Wired University. In Fletcher, Patricia Diamond and Bertot, John Carlo (Ed.), World Libraries on the Information Superhighway: Preparing for the Challenges of the Next Millennium (pp. 107-124) Hershey PA: Idea Group Publishing, Hershey, PA. 911 795
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) Troubles of pioneering editors. Australian Printer, December: 36-36. 33  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) Two 150-year anniversaries. Australian Printer, October: 29-29. 25  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) Unravelling the real birth of the Northern Miner. PANPA Bulletin, Nov-Dec 251: 70-71. 48  
Blumson, Liz, Fleming, Noeleen and Turnbull, Deborah A. (2002) UQL Cyberschool: Reaching Out For You!. Access [Australian School Library Association], 16 2: 24-27. 497 861
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) [various]. Australian Newspaper History Group Newsletter, 33: 1-20. 28  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) [various]. Australian Newspaper History Group Newsletter, 31: 1-20. 26  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) [various]. Australian Newspaper History Group Newsletter, 32: 1-20. 29  
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) [various]. Australian Newspaper History Group Newsletter, 34: 1-20. 34  
Lawe Davies, C. R. and Le Brocque, R. M. (2006). What's News in Australia. In Pamela J. Shoemaker and Akiba A. Cohen (Ed.), News around the world : Content, practitioners, and the public (pp. 93-118) New York, N.Y, United States: Routledge. 61 2
Kirkpatrick, R. (2005) Where the dead people lie. Australian Printer, September: 36-36. 34  
Park, William A. (2009). World War II Nominal Roll database: accurate record or true record? MPhil Thesis, School of Journalism and Communication, The University of Queensland. doi:10.14264/uql.2015.304 946 85 0