Research and Advocacy

2014

Shared collections to shared storage: the CARM1 and CARM2 print repositories
Cathie Jilovsky (CAVAL), Paul Genoni (Curtin University). Library Management  Vol. 35 Iss 1/2 2014: pp. 2 – 14


2013

The CARM Centre: The Creation, Revelation and Evolution of a Print Repository
Cathie Jilovsky (2013). Australian Academic & Research Libraries 44:2, pp 113-124.

Shared collections to shared storage: the CARM1 and CARM2 print repositories
Paper presented by Cathie Jilovsky (CAVAL) and Michael Robinson (CAVAL) at the Academic Librarian 3: The Yin-Yang of Future Consortial Collaboration and Competition Conference, Hong Kong, May 2013. Presentation available from Conference website.


2012

The CARM2 Print Repository: from planning to operations.
Paper presented by Cathie Jilovsky at the IFLA Satellite Conference ‘Global policies, Imperatives and Solutions for the Efficient Library Collection Management and Access to Less Used Documents’, Kuopio, Finland, 9-10 August 2012.
http://www.nrl.fi/ifla2012/kuopiosatellite/programme.htm

The Story of a Shared Last Copy Repository in Australia: The CARM Centre Stage 2 Development

Paper by Janette Wright (CAVAL), Cathie Jilovsky (CAVAL) and Craig Anderson (RMIT). Collection Management Vol 37 Iss: 3-4 2012: pp 271-293.
http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/01462679.2012.685435

Storage of legacy print collections: the views of Australasian university librarians.
Paper by Paul Genoni (Curtin University). Collection Management 37:1, pp 23-46.

Light at the end of the tunnel: transitioning from one interlending system to another
Cathie Jilovsky, Sharon Howells, (2012) "Light at the end of the tunnel: transitioning from one interlending system to another", Interlending & Document Supply, Vol. 40 Iss: 1, pp.19 - 25
http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?articleid=17015587&ini=aob


2011

Light at the end of the tunnel: transitioning from one interlending system to another
Paper by Cathie Jilovsky (CAVAL) and Sharon Howells (University of Newcastle)
Presented by Sharon Howells at the IFLA 12th Interlending & Document Supply Conference in Chicago, Illinois, 19-21 September 2011.
Presenation available from the ILFA website.

Australia's national research collection: overlap, uniqueness, and distribution
Paper by Paul Genoni (Curtin University) and Janette Wright (CAVAL).
Australian Academic and Research Libraries, 42:3 (Sept 2011).

Library space planning: Collaborative long-term storage of print materials
Poster [PDF] 506 KB
Poster presentation by Cathie Jilovsky & Janette Wright at the CCA-EDUCAUSE Australasia Conference, Sydney, April 2011.


2010

Assessing the collective wealth of Australian research libraries: measuring overlap using WorldCat Collection Analysis
Paul Genoni (Curtin University) & Janette Wright (CAVAL). Australian Library Journal, 59:4, 197-207.

Sharing the collective wealth of Australian research libraries: An overlap study
Genoni, P., & Wright, J. (2010).
ALIA Access 2010, Brisbane Sept 2-3, 2010.
http://conferences.alia.org.au/access2010/program.html

Singing in Harmony: Statistical Benchmarking for Academic Libraries
Paper [PDF] 72KB | Presentation [PDF] 590KB
Paper presented by Cathie Jilovsky, CAVAL, at the ALSR2 (Academic Librarian 2: Singing in the Rain) Conference, Hong Kong.

Digitise this: converting content
Paper by Cathie Jilovsky, George Panagiotidis and Janette Wright, CAVAL.
Presented by George Panagiotidis at the VALA 2010 Conference, Melbourne.
Paper available from the VALA website

The impact and benefits of Learning 2.0 programs in Australian libraries
Michael Stephens, Dominican University, USA, Richard Sayers, CAVAL Ltd, and Warren Cheetham, CityLibraries Townsville, Qld
Presented by Warren Cheetham at the VALA 2010 Conference, Melbourne.
Paper available from the VALA website


2009

Assessing the benefits of a national print repository: an Australian overlap study
Paul Genoni (Curtin University) & Eva Varga (CAVAL). College & Research Libraries, 70:6, 555-567.

Aleph: Managing a shared off-site storage facility at CARM and Harvard
Presentation [PDF] 1.17MB
Paper presented by Cathie Jilovsky, CAVAL, at the ANZREG Seminar, Sydney.


2008

Approaches to the storage of low use and last copy research materials
Steve O'Connor, Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Cathie Jilovsky, CAVAL.
Library Collections, Acquisitions and Technical Services, 32:3-4 , 2008, 121-126.

VALA-CAVAL Anniversary Series 2008 ... 30 years of looking forward  VALA-CAVAL Logo
To celebrate their respective 30-year anniversaries, CAVAL and VALA joined forces and presented two internationally respected and insightful speakers. Audiences across the country were informed and challenged as these speakers presented their views and experience on some of the key issues facing our profession today.
 
The Future of Library Collections: Access and Stewardship in a Networked World
[PPT] 1.96 MB
Presented by Lizanne Payne, Executive Director, Washington Research Library Consortium, USA

The Nature of Open: How Open Source and Web 2.0 Bring Us Back to the Roots of Librarianship
[PPT] 44.7 MB
Presented by Karen G. Schneider, Community Librarian, Equinox Software, Inc., USA.

Researching and benchmarking best practice in library staff development: a joint Australia-UK study
[PDF] 127 KB
Paper presented by Richard Sayers, CAVAL, ALIA 2008 Conference Dreaming 08, Alice Springs, September 2008. (Jointly authored with Graham Walton, Loughborough University, UK).

Sharing and saving: calculations towards an Australian print repository
[PDF] 170KB
Paper presented by Dr Paul W Genoni, Curtin University of Technology, at ALIA 2008 Conference, Dreaming 08: Biennial Conference of the Australian Library and Information Association, Darwin September 3-5, 2008. Alice Springs, September 2008.

Online Statistics for Australian, New Zealand and Asian Academic Libraries
Paper presented by Cathie Jilovsky at the IFLA Satellite Conference Library Statistics for the 21st Century, Montreal, Canada, August 2008.

CAVAL: an overview
Presentation [PDF] 1 MB
Paper presented by Cathie Jilovsky at the IFLA 2008 Satellite Meeting Consortia and Cooperative Programs, Quebec, Canada, August 2008.

Asian Library Statistics: a Pilot Project
Presentation [PPS] 4.8 MB
Paper presented by Cathie Jilovsky at the 2nd ARL Library Assessment Conference, Seattle, USA, August 2008.

Library space planning: assessing options for the long-term storage of print materials
Poster [PDF] 1.9 MB
Poster presentation by Cathie Jilovsky at the 2nd ARL Library Assessment Conference, Seattle, USA, August 2008.

Current and future print storage for Australian academic libraries: results of a survey
Paul Genoni, Curtin University of Technology. Library Collections, Acquisitions & Technical Services, 32:1, 2008, 31-41.

Changing library spaces: finding a place for print
Paper presented by Cathie Jilovsky, CAVAL, and Paul Genoni, Curtin University of Technology, WA at VALA2008, Melbourne, February 2008
Presentation [PDF] 588KB
Paper available from VALA

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2007

Libraries, the long tail and the future of legacy print collections
Paul Genoni (Curtin University). Libres, 17 (1), 2007.
http://libres.curtin.edu.au/libres17n1/index.htm

 

The Right Staff from X to Y: Generational Change and Professional Development in Future Academic Libraries
Richard Sayers, Library Management, Vol. 28, No. 8/9, 2007, pp 474 - 487.

Libraries, the long tail and the future of legacy print collections
Paul Genoni, Curtin University of Technology,
LIBRES 17:1, 2007

Towards a national print repository for Australia: where from and where to?
Paul Genoni, Curtin University of Technology, Australian Academic and Research Libraries, 38:2, 2007, pp. 84-98

The right staff from X to Y: Generational change and the implications for professional development and training in future academic libraries [PDF] 237KB
Paper presented by Richard Sayers, CAVAL, at the conference "The Academic Librarian: Dinosaur or Phoenix? Die or fly in library change management", held at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, April 2007. Papers and presentations are available at the Conference Website.

Wagging the long tail: Managing print collections in a digital age 
Held on 3 May 2007 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Melbourne
Presentations available here

Transforming Professional Development for Librarians – More than Meets the Eye (or Robots in Disguise?) [PDF] 113KB
Paper presented by Richard Sayers, CAVAL, at LIANZA Conference 2007

Current and emerging trends in cataloguing
[PDF] 54 KB
Paper presented by Helen Gourkova, CAVAL, at the ALIA National Library and Information Technicians Conference 2007

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2006

CLIC @ CLICK06: a consortial success story [PDF] 195KB
Paper presented by Cathie Jilovsky, CAVAL, jointly with Kathryn Pearson, Macquarie University and Julie Wilson, RMIT University at the ALIA 2006 Conference “CLICK06”, Perth, September 2006

Asian Online Statistics: Why, What and How
Paper presented by Cathie Jilovsky, CAVAL, in Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Bangkok on behalf of the iGroup (Asia).

Multi-lingual Cataloguing: culture, practice and systems [PDF] 68KB  
Paper by Cathie Jilovsky, Eva Varga and Lamis Sukkar, CAVAL, presented at the Open Road 2006 Conference: Challenges and Possibilities, Melbourne, February 2006.

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2005

Measuring Value: A Comparison of Performance Quality Measures and Outcomes Identified by Australian and North American Libraries [PDF] 100KB
Paper jointly presented by Cathie Jilovsky, CAVAL, and Steve Hiller, University of Washington, USA at the 3rd International Evidence Based Librarianship Conference, Brisbane, October 2005.

Library Statistics: reflecting yesterday, today and tomorrow [PDF] 53KB
Paper presented by Cathie Jilovsky, CAVAL, at the 6th Northumbria Conference on Performance Measures for Libraries and Information Services, Durham, United Kingdom, August 2005.

Multilingual Cataloguing: Practical and Technical Issues [PDF] 68KB
Paper presented by Cathie Jilovsky, CAVAL, at the IFLA Satellite Conference “The Multicultural Library: Staff Competence for Success”, Stockholm, Sweden, August 2005. (Jointly authored with Andrew Cunningham, State Library of Victoria).

Data Quality - What is it and Does it Matter? [PDF] 39KB
Presentation by Cathie Jilovsky, CAVAL, presented at Information Online 2005 Exhibition & Conference - Sydney
Click here for the "Information Online 2005 Exhibition & Conference" site.

The Future of Consortia - Keynote to Gulliver Public Library Conference February 2005 [PDF] 171KB 
Paper by Steve O'Connor, CAVAL, presented at Gulliver Conference February 2005

Plagiarism in publisher files: Online Conference February 2005 [PDF] 2.8MB
Presentation by Steve O'Connor, CAVAL, presented at the Online Conference, Sydney February 2005

Special Issue: Repository print libraries: vital strategies in the digital world
"Library Management" journal, Volume 26(1/2) 2005

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2004

Unicode: a tool for system interoperability and human communication [PDF] 30KB
Paper by Cathie Jilovsky, CAVAL, presented at the VALA2004 Conference, Melbourne, February 2004.

A brief presentation of images and words on the CARM Centre [PDF] 639KB
May 2004

The economics of Repository Libraries in the context of the future conventional libraries [PDF] 435KB
Paper by Steve O'Connor, CAVAL, 2004

The Future of Consortia
Paper by Steve O'Connor, CAVAL,
ACCESS (Asia's Newspaper on Electronic Information Products and Services) No.51 December 2004.

Effective and Meaningful Statistics
Paper and workshop presented by Cathie Jilovsky and Sue Henczel, CAVAL, at the Online Information and Education Conference 2004 "From Open Access to Open Learning", Bangkok, Thailand. (2004)

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2003

Cheating and Electronic Plagiarism - Scope, Consequences and Detection [PDF] 66KB
Paper by Steve O'Connor, CAVAL, presented at the EDUCAUSE Conference, Adelaide, May 2003.


Developing Print Repositories: Models for Shared Preservation and Access [PDF] 371KB
by Bernard F. Reilly, Jr. : Center for Research Libraries, June 2003.
This report nominates the CARM Centre as world's best practice. 

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2002

Research is the basis of a collaborative solution for academic libraries: the Victorian Academic Digital Library (VADL) [PDF] 83KB
Paper by Steve O'Connor, CAVAL, published in Library Management 23(8/9), 2002:417-421.

The paradox of collecting in a digital age: paper presented to the Asian Conference on Collection Development [PDF] 85KB
Paper by Steve O'Connor, CAVAL, presented at the Asian Conference on Collection Development in Penang, Malaysia in July 2002.

A Case Study of Collaborative Storage of Library Resources [PDF] 177KB
Paper by Steve O'Connor, CAVAL, Andrew Wells and Mel Collier published in Library Hi Tech Volume 20, Number 3 2002.

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Pre 2001

A Study of Collaborative Storage of Library Resources
Conducted by: Steve O'Connor, CAVAL, Andrew Wells & Mel Collier. June 2001 
Sponsored under the Research Support Libraries Programme for the British Library/Higher Education Task Force.

Changing the face of interlibrary loans: LIDDAS at Macquarie University
Presented by Kathryn Pearson, Macquarie University
Proceedings of the 10th Biennial VALA Conference, Melbourne, 2000. (Available from VALA).

CIDER: CAVAL Information Delivery and Electronic Requesting
Presented by Anne Beaumont, Joan Tucker and Craige Hicks
Proceedings of the 9th Biennial VALA Conference, Melbourne, 1998. (Available from VALA).

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