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 Browse by Socio-Economic Objective (1998) The SEO Classification allows R&D data to be classified according to the researcher's perceived purpose. The purpose categories take account of processes, products, health, education and other social and environmental aspects of particular interest. -> Division 2 - Economic Development -> 700000 - Information and Communication Services -> 700200 Other Information Services -> 700201 Library and related information services :

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Saw, Grace, Lui, Wai Wai and Yu, Fei (2008) 2010: A library odyssey. Library Management, 29 1/2: 51-66. doi:10.1108/01435120810844649 122   Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
East, John W. A brief history of the University of Queensland Library. Greenslopes, Australia: J.W. East, 2006. 216  
Lee, O (2002) An action research report on the Korean national digital library. Information & Management, 39 4: 255-260. doi:10.1016/S0378-7206(01)00094-5 57   7 Cited 4 times in Scopus4 0
O'Mara, M. V. and Abbott, G. (1999). Audio on the Web: Applications in Academic Music Libraries. In: G. Binns, Continuo. International Association of Music Libraries Conference, Wellington, NZ, (1-11). 18-23 July 1999. 65  
East, J.W. (2003) Australian Library Resources in Philosophy: A Survey of Recent Monograph Holdings. Australian Academic and Research Libraries, 34 2: 92-99. 55  
Schmidt, J.B., Horn, A. H., Thorsen, B. and Peachey, L. (2004) Australian Subject Gateways, the Successes and Challenges. IFLA International Cataloguing and Bibliographic Control, 33 1 January-March: 4-8. 68  
Schmidt, J. B., Horn, A. H. and Thorsen, B. (2003). Australian Subject Gateways, the successes and the challenges. In: Ross Shimmon, World Library and Information Congress: 69th IFLA General Conference and Council Programme and Proceedings. World Library and Information Congress: 69th IFLA General Conf, Berlin, Germany, (NA-NA). 1-9 August 2003. 60  
Radcliffe, D. F. and Clark, N. (2003). AVEL Sustainability Knowledge Network: Collaboration and Knowledge Exchange in Sustainability. In: R Brown and C Hanahan, National Environment Conference 2003. National Environment Conference 2003, Brisbane, Queensland, (1-5). 18-20 June 2003. 41  
Fleming, N. (2004) Beyond Google: The UQL Cyberschool. Curriculum Leadership, 2 26: ---. 77  
Draper, A. and Woodall, L. B. (2000). Changing the mindset: creating information literate engineers. In: D. Booker, Concept, challenge, conundrum: From library skills to information literacy: Proceedings of the Fourth National Information Literacy Conference. Fourth National Information Literacy Conference, University of South Australia Library, (106-115). 3-5 December 1999. 70  
Foxlee, Nicola (2007) ClinicalResource@Ovid (CR@Ovid). The Charleston Advisor, 8 4: 16-20. 109  
Rooney, David, McKenna, Bernard and Keenan, Thomas (2006) Copyright and cultural production: A knowledge and wisdom theory perspective on education policy. Policy Futures in Education, 4 4: 379-394. doi:10.2304/pfie.2006.4.4.380 115   0
Hill, C. M. and Cribb, G. (2000). Customising Information for Engineers. In: Z. Pudlowski, Conference Proceedings: 3rd UICEE Annual Conference on Engineering Education under the theme collaboration in engineering education. 3rd UICEE Annual Conference on Engineering Education, Hobart, Tasmania, (240-242). 9-12 February 2000. 35  
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. 725 965
Hill, Claire and Woodall, Leith B. (1999). Developing Information Literacy Skills in first year engineering students. In: Assoc Prof L. Luong, Unfolding Landscapes in Engineering Education. 11th Australasian Conference on Engineering Education, Adelaide, (310-314). 26-29 September 1999. 45  
Borchardt, K. and Croud, J. A. (2001). Digital reference service: A new service or the next logical step?. In: Educause in Australia 2001: The power of 3. Educause 2001: The power of 3, Gold Coast, Qld, (). 20-23 May, 2001. 71  
Drew, Anna and Gray, Ann (2005). Digitisation at the Cybrary: Putting the 'E' into Course Materials. In: Aleks Durik, ALIA e-prints Conference Proceedings. neXt 2005: ALIA National Library and Information Technicians Conference, Sydney, Australia, (). 6-9 September 2005. 79  
Finnigan, S., Bird, L. J. and Colomb, R. M. (1999). Distributed searching across cultural resources using Z39.50 and SQL. In: MA Kennon, Proceedings of the Ninth Australasian Information Online & On Disc Conference and Exhibition. Information Online & On Disc 99, Sydney, (64-88). 19-21 January 1999. 40  
Hall, Jenny (2007) DynaMed Review. Charleston Advisor, 8 4: 20-23. 140  
Lui, W. (2005) East Asian Collection, University of Queensland. East Asian Library Resources Group of Australia Newsletter, 48 December 2005: NA-NA. 32  
Sawyer, Susan K. (2002) Electronic books: their definition, usage and role in libraries. Libres: Library and Information Science Research Electronic Journal, 12 2: 1-28. 44   Cited 3 times in Scopus3
Schroeter, Ronald and Thieberger, Nicholas (2006). EOPAS, the EthnoER online representation of interlinear text. In: L. Barwick and N. Thieberger, Sustainable Data from Digital Fieldwork, The University of Sydney, NSW, (99-124). 4-6 December, 2006. 149 59
Weaver, Belinda (2002) Eprint Archives - Reaching Critical Mass?. Online Currents, 17 9: 4-8. 1189 2469
Webster, K. (2007). eResearch and the Future of Academic Libraries. In: Lack, M., eResearch Australasia 2007. eResearch Australasia 2007, Brisbane, Queensland, (). 26-28 June 2007. 129  
Todd, Heather and Kruesi, Lisa M. (2002). E-statistics - are we comparing apples and oranges? Getting a grip on e-statistics to measure our performance. In: Simon Huggard, E-volving Information Futures : Proceedings of: 11th Biennial Conference & Exhibition. E-volving Information Futures, 11th Biennial Conference and Exhibiton, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, (). 6-8 February 2002. 83  
Joc, K. (2003). Evidence Based Practice and Information Literacy Skills: A Perfect Partnership. In: Catch the Wave - MLA 03 (Electronic Presentations Education). Catch the Wave: MLA 03, San Diego, California, USA, (). 2-7 May, 2003. 35  
Peachey, Lucy and Woodall, Leith B. (2005). Evolution of the digital library: Making access seamless. In: David Radcliffe and Josh Humphries, Program and Proceedings: 4th ASEE/AeeE Global Colloquium on Engineering Education. Global Colloquium on Engineering Education (4th, ASEE/AaeE, 2005), Sydney, Australia, (1249-1256). 26-30 September 2005. 62  
Weaver, B. (2003) Find IT. The Courier-Mail, January - December: e-Mail, Section 2-201. 51  
Croud, J. A., Manning, M. G. and Schmidt, J. B. (2000). From lackey to leader: The evolution of the librarian in the age of the Internet. In: M. Khosrowpour, Challenges of Information Technology Management in the 21st Century. 2000 Information Resources Management Association International Conference, Anchorage, Alaska, USA, (505-508). 21-24 May 2000. 54   0
Schmidt, Janine and Peachey, Lucy (2003) Funding down under: Entrepreneurial approaches to generating income at the University of Queensland Cybrary. New Library World, 104 1194/1195: 481-490. doi:10.1108/03074800310509406 71 55 0
Hutley, Sue and Solomons, Terena (2004). Generational Change in Australian Librarianship: Viewpoints from Generation X. In: Vicki McDonald, ALIA 2004: Challenging Ideas. ALIA 2004: Challenging Ideas, Gold Coast, Queensland, (). 21-24 September, 2004. 31  
Jones, C. (1999). Giving the customers what they want: a third generation web catalogue. In: J. Walsh, Report of the seventh annual meeting of the Innovative Users Group. 7th Innovative User Group Conference, Oakland, California, USA, (7-9). April 1999. 28  
Kruesi, L. (2007) Health Libraries Australia Symposium Report. Information Rx. HLA News, 1 5: . 103  
Todd, H. and Kruesi, L. (2006) ICML - a history of cooperative worldwide medical librarianship developments. HLA News, 1 1, 4-5. 58  
Hill, C. M. (2000). Improving information skills programs using action research. In: D. Booker, Concept, Challenge, Conundrum: From Library Skills to Information Literacy. Fourth National Information Literacy Conference, Adelaide, (139-146). 3-5 Dec, 1999. 91  
East, John W. (2005) Information literacy for the humanities researcher: A syllabus based on information habits research. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 31 2: 134-142. doi:10.1016/j.acalib.2004.12.006 515   4 Cited 8 times in Scopus8 0
Colomb, R. M. Information spaces 1 ed. London: Springer-Verlag, 2002. 34  
Hall, Jenny and McTaggart, Jill (2007) International speakers visit QLD. HLA News, 1 . 51  
Schinder, Pam and Borchardt, Karen (2001). I want that! - teaching the internet and email to a group of clients with intellectual disability. In: Revelling in Reference: 2001 RAISS, Reference and Information Services Section Symposium proceedings. Revelling in Reference 2001, Melbourne, Australia, (). 12-14 October 2001. 96  
Todd, H. (2000). Jointly funded libraries: Partnerships between hospitals and universities. In: Proceedings of the 8th International Congress on Medical Librarianship, London, 2-5 July 2000. Eighth International Congress on Medical Librarianship (8ICML), London, UK, (x-x). 2-5 July 2000. 43  
Weaver, Belinda (2003). Keeping Up With Search Engines. In: Curr, Kate, 2003 Information Online 11th Exhibition and Conference: Conference Papers. 2003 Information Online 11th Exhibition and Conference, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Darling Harbour, Sydney, Australia, (). 21-23 January, 2003. 428 626
Schmidt, Janine and Cribb, Gulcin (1999). Leading Lifelong Learning: the Library's role. In: The future of Libraries in Human Communication. 20th IATUL Conference, Technical Univ. of Crete, Chania, Greece, (1-11). 17-21 May 1999. 40  
Schmidt, J.B. (2004). Leading Others to Love Libraries. In: Deborah Turnbull, The UQL Cyberschool Seminar: Winning Ways. The UQL Cyberschool: Winning Ways, UQ, St Lucia, (---). 6 August 2004. 41  
Saw, G. and Todd, H. (2007). Library 3.0: where art our skills?. In: Felfodi, S., Libraries for the future: Progress, Development and Partnerships. World Library and Information Congress: 73rd IFLA General Conference and Council, Durban, South Africa, (). 19-23 August 2007. 120  
Furlan, Wendy (2006) Library users expect link resolvers to provide full text while librarians expect accurate results. A review of: Wakimoto, Jina Choi, David S. Walker, and Katherine S. Dabbour. "The Myths and Realities of SFX in Academic Libraries.". Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 1 4: 60-63. 42  
Priddey, Jocelyn and Schramm, Dell (2004). Licensing and the user in the academic environment. In: Susan Magnay, ALIA Forum on purchasing agreements and licensing Presentation. ALIA Forum on Purchasing Agreements and Licensing, Brisbane, Australia, (). 21 September 2004. 40 5
Weaver, Belinda (2000). Making The Most Of The Web. In: K. Webb, Papers presented at the main Conference. ALIA 2000 Capitalising On Knowledge - The Information Profession In The 21st Century, National Convention Centre, Canberra, ACT, (). 24th - 26th October, 2000. 902 498
Orkiszewski, Paul and Jones, Carolyn (2003). Moving to Millennium Acquisitions. In: Carolyn Rokke, Eleventh Annual Innovative Users Group Conference Program. Innovative User Group 11th Annual Conference, San Jose, USA, (). 25-28 April, 2003. 34  
Lister, P. (2007). One desk + one stop = one solution. In: Gail Schmidt, ALIA NLIT Conference 2007 Papers. ALIA National Library and Information Technicians Conference, Melbourne, Victoria, (). 9-12 October 2007. 83  
Heath, Andrew, Kruesi, Lisa, Lasserre, Kaye, Todd, Heather and Thorning, Sarah (2004). Opportunities in the palm of your hand: the challenges of handheld computing for libraries and information services. In: Vicki McDonald, ALIA 2004: Challenging Ideas. ALIA 2004 Biennial Conference Challenging Ideas, Gold Coast, Australia, (). 21-24 September 2004. 55 22

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