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Pandemic Iberia: Collaborating over board games.pdf

Sylvia Pilz
Academic librarians are not bound by reference desks; we are in the cloud, we are among the academic community and embedded in Faculty. Embedded librarian outreach programs within Faculty develops relationships with the academic community and provide opportunities to discover shared interests. This talk brings to light how a collaboration began over a cup of coffee between the Education Subject Librarian and a Faculty of Education Academic at Monash University, which led to observing us...

Dabôh (Arabic: dabus, awl) stage performance : AV 13.2

Margaret J. Kartomi & Iwan Dzulvan Amir
AV13.2 Audiovisual Example 2 in Chapter 13 of book: Margaret Kartomi, ‘Musical Journeys in Sumatra’, Champaign-Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2012. For male participants at the Festival of Acehnese Dance and Oboes and based on traditional village performances of the dabôh genre. The two lead dancers formally greet the two kalipah (spiritual leaders) as the solo vocalist sings and the cross-legged seated men play their rapa’i frame drums, after which the clip shows the dancers...

Sumatra. 73, Pariaman, West Sumatra

Margaret J. Kartomi
Unpublished field recording by Margaret Kartomi -- Recording session 2: Gendang Festival in Pincuran Songsang regency -- Recorded 23 Oct 1982 (Recording session 1), 24 Oct. 1982 (Recording session 2) and 26 Oct. 1982 (Recording sessions 3 & 4) in Pariaman, West Sumatra Recording session 1. Side A. No. 1. Lagu Cak Lontong (continued from MK1-SUM0278) ; No. 2. Lagu Cak Lontong (Ulangan 1) ; No. 3. Cak Lontong (Ulangan 2) -- Recording session 2....

Inclusion in the library- an ongoing collaborative journey. CRIG 2018 Workshop.pdf

Susie Phillips
CRIG 2018 Workshop on inclusion in the library, with a focus on using Monash University's Inclusive Teaching Toolkit.

Wayang Kulit Semar Bojong II

Margaret Kartomi
Recorded 18th January 1970 Copyright Margaret J. Kartomi
Original format: 1 sound tape reel (0:50:35) : analog

Learnings from a 10 year collaboration: building a digital collection with the Music Archive of Monash University

Andrew Harrison, David Groenewegen & Beth Pearson
Building and maintaining a relationship with a faculty collection helps ensure that decisions and management practices by the collection stakeholders reflect good curation practice and provide opportunities for key parts of the collection benefit from new and evolving storage and access technologies as they are adopted by the library.

Presentation delivered to the 14th International Digital Curation Conference, Melbourne, 4-7 February.

Migrating content into figshare - case study from Monash

Andrew Harrison
Presentation to the figshare community about the Monash University experience of integrating figshare into an automatic thesis submission and publishing workflow.
Presentation delivered 24 April 2018.

Opportunities for Australian Publishers in Indonesia

Nathan Hollier
Presentation at the Independent Publishing Conference of the Small Press Network, 23 Nov 2018

Future of the Scholarly Book

Nathan Hollier
Presentation at the Future of the Scholarly Book symposium organised and held at the ANU, 31 Jul 2018

Kata Majemuk Metaforis Bahasa Indonesia dalam Perspektif Linguistik Kognitif

Gede Primahadi Wijaya Rajeg
Presentasi poster yang disajikan pada Seminar Nasional Bahasa Ibu (SNBI) III, 24-25 Februari 2010, di Fakultas Ilmu Budaya, Universitas Udayana. Topik yang disajikan ketika penulis menjadi mahasiswa Magister Linguistik di Universitas Udayana, Indonesia.
Poster presentation presented at the 3rd National Seminar on Mother Language at Universitas Udayana, Indonesia (24-25 February 2010). The topic was presented when I was a master's student in Linguistics at Universitas Udayana (2009-2011).

EZproxy logs security breach management and access metrics

Linda Farrell
Presentation at ANZREG 2018EZproxy log analysis for proactive security breach management and rich access metrics focusing on two main areas:1. The importance of addressing compromised user accounts in order to firstly ensure the continual availability of electronic resources to all users, and secondly to prevent the violation of provider license agreements. The practices and workflows before Splunk and after implementation of Splunk will be discussed by looking at challenges and successes.2. The use of enriched...

Sumatra. 82, Manna, Bengkulu

Margaret J. Kartomi
Unpublished field recording by Margaret Kartomi -- Genre: Dendang -- Recorded 6 Sept.1983 in the village of Gelombang, and village of Mount Kayu, Manna, Bengkulu No. 1. Tari kebanyakan lanang -- No. 2. Tari Nyintang -- No. 3. Tari Nyenggang -- No. 4. Tari kebanyakan Jemutinao (female dance) -- No. 5. Tari Lelawanan -- No. 6. Tari Lelawanan or Tari Elang -- No. 7. Tari Nyentang -- No. 8. Tari Kipas -- No. 9. Dendang...

Murray Legro: stories about the adoption experience in Australia

Murray Legro
This story is part of the History of Adoption, a four-year national research project funded by the Australian Research Council, 2009-2012.
Contributors: Monash University. Faculty of Arts. School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies ; History of Adoption Project ; Quartly, Marian ;
Coverage: Regional Australia, TAS 1950s
Rights: Copyright 2010. Monash University. Faculty of Arts. History of Adoption Project

Margaret Watson: stories about the adoption experience in Australia

Margaret Watson
This story is part of the History of Adoption, a four-year national research project funded by the Australian Research Council, 2009-2012.
Contributors: Monash University. Faculty of Arts. School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies ; History of Adoption Project ; Quartly, Marian ;
Coverage: Rights: Copyright 2010. Monash University. Faculty of Arts. History of Adoption Project

Making research outputs available online: monash.figshare

Beth Pearson & Neil Dickson
A presentation on publishing research data and the first steps toward demonstrating research impact using Altmetrics.
This presentation covers an introduction to: - Monash University's instance of figshare (monash.figshare.com), - figshare and non-traditional research outputs- figshare metadata requirements and best practices- Publishing and generating a DOI- Altmetrics- Linking data and publications with ORCiD

The Abstract: Exhibition, reading room and metaphor

Romany Manuell
In 2015, the Research Office for Art, Design and Architecture at Monash University began looking for an innovative way to promote journals to academic staff. In particular, the Office aimed to increase publications in journals appearing on the Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) list; scholarly, peer reviewed journals, publishing original research. In collaboration with the library, an exhibition entitled The Abstract was developed. The Abstract was both an architectural installation and a reading room...

Evaluating an eLearning module: methods and tools for feedback collection and analysis

Megan Deacon, Yiye Han, Melanie Thorn & Steven Yates
Poster presentation
Wednesday 31 August 2016, 12:15pm - 12:30pmSee handout for more information.

Abstract This poster depicts the formative evaluation process and tools used in the creation of an online learning copyright resource developed by Monash University library. The Copyright Module is an authentic artefact produced as an outcome of a staff development course involving engagement and collaboration between various library sections and across areas of the university. The evaluation uses a development research methodology....

Inclusive Teaching Toolkit launch presentation.pdf

Susie Phillips & Lenise Prater
Presentation on inclusion and the library given during Diversity and Inclusion Week 2018. This presentation was given to celebrate the launch of Monash University library's Inclusive Teaching Toolkit.

Primo-UX-progress-report-IRSC-20180913.pptx

Rachelle Orodio & Megan Lee
This presentation outlines to process and thinking behind the redevelopment of the Monash University Library Primo discovery front end. It focuses on the usage data to understand pass user behaviour in the application as a guide to the redevelopment of the application and usability testing to verify and revise these changes.

Our journey with H5P: the story of a library and its eLearning adventures

Yiye Han
AbstractMonash University Library has embraced H5P as a preferred development tool for a number of eLearning initiatives. One of the main reasons for this is because H5P activities can easily be embedded on various platforms. These platforms include the university’s learning management system (Moodle); the library’s resource guides (LibGuides), and the university’s content management system (Squiz). A large number of H5P activities have been used to create, amongst other things, a public facing student online...

Figshare as research repository and online research profile

Gede Primahadi Wijaya Rajeg, Megan Hardeman & Monash University Research Repository
This is a slides presentation for general overview on figshare, monash.figshare, and open science (e.g., here) in a small discussion session organised by the Social Researchers Forum (SRF), which is a forum for Indonesian graduate research students, in Melbourne, Australia.
The slides are prepared in collaboration with Megan Hardeman and the figshare team of the Monash University Library.

Tanjidor band in Jebus, Bangka : AV 9.4

Margaret J. Kartomi
AV9.4: Audiovisual Example 4 in Chapter 9 of book: Margaret Kartomi, ‘Musical Journeys in Sumatra’, Champaign-Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2012. Tanjidor is the name given to Dutch-inspired brass band music. In this excerpt which was performed on the veranda of a private home, the instruments comprise a trumpet, trombone, clarinet, 2 saxophones, a snare drum, bass drum and cymbal, although the tuba and string bass may also be included. Leader of Tanjidor group: Bp....

Gending Jawa Timur

Margaret Kartomi
Recorded 28th January 1970 Copyright Margaret J. Kartomi
Original format: 1 sound tape reel (0:37:18) : analog

Recordings by RRI copied by Margaret Kartomi, Songkhla, Thailand, 1974 Nohra: intro and parts 1 & 2 Kalaw: part 1

Margaret Kartomi
Recorded 19th December 1974. Songkla University Copyright Margaret J. Kartomi
Original format: 1 sound tape reel (1:04:28) : analog; 3¾ ips, 1⅞ ips

Introduction to Open Source - Introduzione all'Open Source (Florence, Italy, 2012)

Carlo Rindi Nuzzolo
Lecturer/Speaker for the "AIB Toscana" Training
"Accesso all'Informazione e Collaborazione Virtuale"
Course funded by the Regional Government of Tuscany9 January - 16 February 2012

AIB - Associazione Italiana Biblioteche (Italian Library Association)This is the final version of my presentation.
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8183-8483
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