QULOC Member Publications and Presentations 2019

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Bond University


Donaghey, J. (2019). Leganto Librarian Analytics Dashboard Focus Group. International Group ex Libris Users Conference, Singapore, Singapore.

Donaghey, J. (2019). Understanding user behaviour when requesting resources. International Group ex Libris Users Conference, Singapore, Singapore.

Hopkins, P. J. (2019). 5 Things for a Primo VE Transition. In ANZREG Australian New Zealand Regional Ex Libris Group.

Hopkins, P. J. (2019). Use Case : Remove old lists/courses with Course Loader: Leganto. ELUNA/IGeLU Leganto Course Cleanup Webinar. (6 December 2019)

Hopkins, P. J., Xuan, W., Renaville, F., & Hussain, A. (2019). Primo VE Troubleshooting: Is it Primo? Is Alma? Is it something else?. International Group ex Libris Users Conference, Singapore, Singapore.

Mitchell, T. J. (2019). Small changes can lead to meaningful impact. InCite, 40(3/4), 29.

Charles Darwin University

Mamtora, Jayshree and Purnell, Margaret (2019). Supporting high quality research in a remote region – a collaborative journey. IFLA WLIC 2019, Athens, Greece, 23-30 August, 2019.


University of Queensland


Deuble, Rebecca, Swingle, Mandy, Stewart, Dulcie and Yu, Fei. (2019). UQ Library's journey towards FAIR research outputs - Advancement of Research Data Management and Digitisation Services. IATUL Conference 2019, Perth, 23-27 June 2019.

Deuble, Rebecca, Swingle, Mandy, Stewart, Dulcie and Yu, Fei. (2019). Common digital curation principles used by UQ Library teams. 14th International Digital Curation Conference, Melbourne, 4-7 February 2019.

Vickers, Mark L., Pelecanos, Anita, Tran, Marie, Eriksson, Lars, Assoum, Mohamad, Harris, Patrick N., Jaiprakash, Anjali, Parkinson, Benjamin, Dulhunty, Joel and Crawford, Ross W. (2019). Association between higher ambient temperature and orthopaedic infection rates: a systematic review and meta-analysis. ANZ Journal of Surgery 89 (9) 1028-1034. https://doi.org/10.1111/ans.15089

French, Flic. (2019). Odd bedfellows: combining leadership development, self managed teams and projects. ANU Scholarly Information Services Symposium 2019 - Moving apace: meeting information needs now and anticipating new trends, Australian National University, Canberra, ACT, Australia, 3 September 2019.

French, Flic (2019). Art in the library: why is it there and should we care? New Librarian's Symposium 9, Adelaide, SA, Australia, 5-7 July 2019.

Senanayake, Buddhika, Wickramasinghe, Sumudu I., Chatfield, Mark D., Hansen, Julie, Edirippulige, Sisira and Smith, Anthony C. (2019). Effectiveness of text messaging interventions for the management of depression: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 25 (9) 513-523. https://doi.org/10.1177/1357633x19875852

Klumpp, Kerri. (2019). Fryer Library Special Collections: Providing tangible pathways to research. CAUMAC Symposium, University of Melbourne, VIC Australia, 21 February 2019.

McNicol, Trinity and Danilova, Elena (2019). Applying Fair Principles to scholarly publishing outputs to improve open access compliance. 40th International Association of University Libraries (IATUL) Conference, Perth, WA, Australia, June 23-27 2019.

Mulatiningsih, Bekti and Setyowati, Lis. (2019). Presentation slides for "Evaluating library and information science publications in the Asia-Pacific region from 2015 to 2018". The 9th Asia-Pacific Library and Information Education and Practice (A-LIEP 2019), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 4-7 November 2019.

Mulatiningsih, Bekti and Setyowati, Lis (2019). Evaluating library and information science publications in the Asia-Pacific region from 2015 to 2018. The 9th Asia-Pacific Library and Information Education and Practice (A-LIEP 2019), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 4-7 November 2019. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Faculty of Information Management Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM).  Dataset: https://espace.library.uq.edu.au/view/UQ:cbb088b                                                               Interview transcripts: https://espace.library.uq.edu.au/view/UQ:730009

Mulatiningsih, Bekti. (2019). Demonstrating a university's research outputs and performance. University of Queensland Library.

Ngo, Trung T., Rentería, Miguel E. and Cuéllar-Partida, Gabriel. (2019). Precision switch medicine: transdiagnostic stratification of bipolar and related disorders with an integrated phenotyping and genetics analysis cloud platform. 21st Annual ISBD Conference: Global Advances in Bipolar Disorder and Depression, International Convention Centre, Sydney, Australia, 20–23 March 2019. Hoboken, NJ, United States: Wiley-Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1111/bdi.12746

Rickett, Kirsty and Ewais, Tatjana. (2019). It doesn’t reflect well: an audit of search method reporting compliance to PRISMA in a sample of published systematic reviews in PubMed. International Clinical Librarian Conference, Manchester, United Kingdom, 3-4 October 2019.

Sato, Marianne, Smeaton, Kathleen and Palmer, Thomas (2019). “What's up, Doc?”: selling digital literacy to academics. IATUL Conference 2019, Perth, WA, Australia, 23-27 June 2019.

Schindler, Pam. (2019). Doing our part to end the “book famine”: UQ’s Ebook Accessibility Project. ALIA Information Online Conference, Sydney, NSW Australia, 11-15 February 2019.

Todd, Heather and Smeaton, Kathleen. (2019). We saw a need: we published Digital Essentials using students, learning designers and subject experts as peer reviewers. 85th World Library and Information Congress of IFLA (IFLA WLIC 2019), Athens, Greece, 24 - 30 August 2019.

van Groll, Stacey, Bockman, Knut, Hopkins, Peta, Hussain, Amin, Leodolter, Ulrich, Jones, Allen, Ben-Porat, Guy and Kuchar, Yisrael (2019).Primo VE Panel. IGeLU Conference, Singapore, 26-29 August 2019. Singapore.

van Groll, Stacey, Harmer, Sue, Rowe, Amelia, Houghton, Lee and Orodio, Rachelle (2019). Primo Testing Best Practice Panel. IGeLU Conference, Singapore, 26-29 August 2019. Singapore.

van Groll, Stacey (2019). Adventures in Primo boosting: Exploring the black box and demystifying search results. IGeLU Conference, Singapore, 26-29 August 2019. Singapore.


University of Southern Queensland

Andersen, N. (2019) Developing a personal reconciliation action plan. Incite, 40 (3/4), p25.

Andersen, N. (2019) Deviating with diversity, innovating with inclusion: a call for radical activism in libraries. Presented at the 9th New Librarians' Symposium (NLS9), Adelaide, July.

Bartlett, C. (2019, June 11) Beyond the Books: Assessment: How to turn your assessment setbacks into a learning success [Video file]. Retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zf0U6Yw8xC8&t=279s

Bartlett, C. L. & Eacersall, D.C. (2019) Confirmation of candidature: an autoethnographic reflection from the dual identities of student and research administrator. In Machin, T.M., Clarà, M. & Danaher, P.A (Eds), Traversing the doctorate: reflections and strategies from students, supervisors and administrators. Palgrave Macmillan Ltd., Cham, Switzerland, pp. 29-56.

Cawthray, T., Thangavelu, A., Howarth, D. & Pauley, R. (2019) Building student feedback literacy and readiness through a strength-based cross professional collaborative approach to feedback practice. Presented at the Academic Language & Learning Biennial Conference, Fremantle, November.

Derrington, K & McGregor, R. (2019) Creating connections and building belonging: Using scholarship to create more than just another online library class. Presented at the 2019 Virtual Scholarship of Tertiary Teaching Conference.

Halley, H. & Gunton, L. (2019) Books on bus. Incite, 40 (9/10), p.18.​

Hay, C. & Pearse, T. (2019) SEECing a Solution A recipe for the selection and evaluation of electronic content. Presented at Info Online 2019, Sydney, February.

Hofer, A., Jensen, K., Stagg, A. & Pearse, T. (2019) Publishing programs on campus: Rebus Community and Open Textbook Network Office Hours webinar [Video file]. Retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ou1K9peM-r0&list=PL_HCuxp85e36BTNh9ei2QqBL_aqu3Q-F2&index=5&t=0s

Howlett, A. (2019). Blind user experiences of US academic libraries can be improved by more proactive reference service delivery. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 14(2), 125-127. https://doi.org/10.18438/eblip29565

Howlett, A. (2019). Differences in work/life balance and stress at work between male and female academic librarians. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 14(4), 188-190. https://doi.org/10.18438/eblip29649

​Kelly, T., Sherwin, L. & Eacersall, D. (2019) Webinars with bite: Engaging researchers through interactive collaborative webinars. Presented at eResearch Australasia, Brisbane, October.

Larner, S. (2019) Tweeting into the void: Exploring the activities, strategies and perceptions of success of Australian academic libraries on Twitter​. Paper presented at Info Online 2019, Sydney, February.​

Martin, A., Larner, S., Mitchell, T. & Miller, N. (2019) Small changes can lead to meaningful impact. Incite, 40 (3/4)​, p.29. 

O’Sullivan, C. (2019) Adding value for faculty and students. Presented at IGELU 2019 Conference, Singapore, August.

O’Sullivan, C., Slocombe, A., Salisbury, F. & McKenzie, C. (2019) ​Digital dexterity: a sustainable model for building essential skills for the future workforce. Presented at 40th Annual IATUL Conference, Perth, June. https://docs.lib.purdue.edu/iatul/2019/bp/5/

Piper, S. (2019) Increasing STEM and digital literacy through a free maker kits program in an academic library makerspace. Presented at Info Online 2019, Sydney, February.

Piper, S. (2019) Survival skills for makerspace: What we can learn from Silicon Valley about creating a sustainable makerspace. Diyode (24), July. Retrieved from: https://diyodemag.com/features/survival_skills_for_makerspace

Piper, S. & James, B. (2019) Australian Hackerspaces: What are they and where to find them. Diyode (21), April. Retrieved from: https://diyodemag.com/features/australian_hackspaces

Power, E., Partridge, H., O’Sullivan, C & Kek, M.Y.C.A, (2019) Integrated ‘one-stop’ support for student success: recommendations from a regional university case study, Higher Education Research & Development https://doi.org/10.1080/07294360.2019.1676703

Pryor-Darnell, T.A., Andersen, N. & Rowling, S. (2019) ​Professional ethics, copyright legislation and the case for collective copyright disobedience in libraries, Journal of the Australian Library and Information Association, vol. 68, issues 2, 146-163. https://doi.org/10.1080/24750158.2019.1608496

Sherwin, L. (2019) Breaking the rod you've made for your own back. Presented at CAUL Research Repositories Community Event, Melbourne, October.

Thangavelu, A., Partridge, H., Carey, K., O’Sullivan, C. & Lutvey, N. (2019) Evaluating the student experience with enrolment assistance in an integrated student support service program at the University of Southern Queensland. Student Success, 10(1), pp. 99-114.  https://doi.org/10.5204/ssj.v10i1.1121

Thangavelu, A., Cawthray, T. & Pauley, R. (2019) A cross-professional collaborative educational approach to building student feedback literacy in Dann, C.E. & O'Neill, S. (Eds), Technology-Enhanced Formative Assessment Practices in Higher Education, IGI Global.

Thorpe, C. & Gunton, L. (2019) ​From smug bundts to the moral high grounds: Everything we’ve learned about library leadership from Chat10Looks3. Presented at ALIA Queensland conference, Brisbane, November.

Thorpe, C. & Howlett, A. (2019) Developing certainty via a maturity model for evidence-based library and information practice in University Libraries. Presented at the 10th International Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Conference (EBLIP10), Glasgow, June.

Thorpe, C. & Howlett, A. (2019) Evidence-based practice in research and academic libraries: an applied approach. Presented at the 48th LIBER Annual Conference, Dublin, June. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3260195