CAUL Meeting 2001/2
Monday, 19 November 2001
University of Queensland 13-14 September 2001
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Agenda and schedule (5/9/01)
DRAFT minutes of CAUL Meeting 2001/1, Bathurst 5-6 March 2001.
DRAFT minutes of CAUL Executive Meeting 2001/1, Sydney 22 August, 2001
Information Literacy Assessment Research Project (Margaret Appleton, CQU)
CAUL Cooperation (Helen Hayes, CAUL President, UMelbourne)
COLIS Consortium & cover note (Penny Carnaby, MacquarieU)
ARLIN (Doreen Parker, VU)
Kinetica Advisory Group meeting, July 2001 & Report to CAUL on Kinetica (Doreen Parker, VUT)
Australian Research in Progress & Research Finder papers - Research Finder Web Site; About Research Finder (Doreen Parker, VUT)
CAVAL (Doreen Parker, VUT)
Privacy Act & Guidelines (Doreen Parker, VUT)
Information Literacy Benchmarks & Cover letter (Gaynor Austen, QUT)
**ACRL Institute for Information Literacy
Invitational Conference June 11-13, 2002
Characteristics of Programs .... that Illustrate Best Practices.
WAGUL (Margaret Jones, MurdochU)
Copyright (Eve Woodberry, UNE)
Copyright Law Review Committee. Relationship between copyright and contract law. Submissions from CAUL and the AVCC. (Eve Woodberry, UNE)
NCODE (Sue McKnight, DeakinU)
CAUL : Reflections on the past, thoughts on the future (John Shipp, USydney)
QULOC (Elizabeth Jordan, Executive Officer, QULOC)
CEIRC (Vic Elliott, UTas)
LISEKA & cover note (Mairead Browne, ALIA)
University Library Australia (Alison Ransome, SCU)
Performance Indicator Website (Diane Costello, CAUL)
Client satisfaction survey (Rodski) (Diane Costello, CAUL)
**Scholarly communications (Colin Steele, ANU)
**Statistics (Ainslie Dewe, RMIT)
**Library Services to Offshore Students (Doreen Parker, VU)
**UniLibraries South Australia (Ray Choate, AdelaideU)
**Research Resources Australia (Ray Choate, AdelaideU)
**SII and LIEF Applications by CAUL Members (Ray Choate, Adelaide U)
**National Resource Sharing Working Group (Liz Curach, UWS)
**ADT Program Meeting Agenda
**Teaching & Learning Workshop presentation (Sue McKnight, DeakinU)
A broad outline follows - for details see the meeting agenda.
Tuesday - QULOC e-book seminar
Wednesday pm - CEIRC committee meeting
Thursday am - local library study tours to QUT or Griffith University
Thursday pm - workshop on teaching and learning (Sue McKnight et al)
Thursday evening - CAUL dinner
Friday - all day (no early flights) - CAUL meeting
Some hotel information courtesy of Janine, who recommends Quay West. Because CHOGM is meeting in early October, there are lots of things on and accommodation is proving difficult. The following are possibilities:
Conrad International Brisbane
$165 per night, including breakfast
(one person) 10 rooms
Located near Casino - fairly well located centrally.
130 William Street, Brisbane
07 3306 8888
$154 or 168. including full buffet breakfast.
Slightly out of town but still reasonably well located.
200 Creek Street, Brisbane
07 3309 3309
Hilton - no rooms.
Sheraton Brisbane Hotel and Towers,
249 Turbot Street, Brisbane
Quay West suites
1 bedroom $175, 2 bedrooms $225
132 Alice Street, Brisbane
07 3853 6000
Best location. From Quay West, one can walk to QUT, bus to Griffith, walk short distance to Rivercat to come to UQ, walk to Two, walk to Customs House . The Marriott is another option, not far from Riverside and Customs House and Rivercat etc. From Rydges, one can walk to city centre or rivercat to UQ or ferry to QUT.
515 Queens Street Brisbane
1800 899 899
07 3303 8000
Rydges has only 1 bedroom suites available @ $208.
The Royal on the Park is also an option. It used to be the Parkroyal.
Government rate is $110 room only. It is opposite the Botancial Gardens.
Dinner at Restaurant Two, Corner Edward and Alice Streets, 07 3210 0600.