CAUL Meeting 2007/2 Tuesday, 25 September 2007

Adelaide 20-21 September, 2007
 

Members can link to any members-only documents from the documents display at the end of this page.

Agenda papers are now available as a full set in pdf format(* some papers and presentations will not be included in the final set)
*Hand-over of the CAUL walking stick from Earle Gow to John Shipp (20/9/07)

DRAFT Minutes of CAUL Meeting 2007/1
Minutes of CAUL Executive Meetings 2007/3, 2007/4
*CAUL Strategic Plan 2007-2009

Contribution to Research
#CEIRC Report - Andrew Wells (10/9/07)
#ADT Report - Andrew Wells (3/9/07)
#ADT Business Plan 2006-2009, September 2007 - Andrew Wells (3/9/07)
*MAPS report - Jeff Murrary (17/9/07)
*Australian Partnership for Sustainable Repositories(APSR) - presentation by Vic Elliott (21/9/07)
*CLOCKSS: Controlled LOCKSS (Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) - presentation by Vic Elliott (21/9/07)
*Copyright and the RQF - presentation by Diane Costello (21/9/07)
*Sample agreement with publishers - Access to Material for the Australian Research Quality Framework (19/6/07)

Contribution to Learning & Teaching
Carrick Exchange - Derek Whitehead (11/9/07)
Information Literacy - report from Ruth Quinn (12/9/07)
ULA  report - Shirley Oakley (11/9/07)
CAUL Principles for Library Services to Onshore Students at Remote Campuses to Support Teaching and Learning - DRAFT by Shirley Oakley (11/9/07)
*BONUS - Books Of Nsw UniversitieS - presentation by Greg Anderson (20/9/07)
*Library 2.0: An attitude not a technology - presentation by Alex Byrne (20/9/07)
*RUBRIC Toolkit: Institutional Repository Solutions - presentation by Alan Smith (20/9/07)
*Carrick Awards for Australian University Teaching:  Citations for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning - presentations about winners in CAUL institutions in 2007 (20/9/07)

Ms Judith Peacock - For developing and leading systemic and sustainable models of intentional information literacy learning which empowers students as independent, discerning and masterful users of information (QUT)
Mr Des Stewart, Ms Judy Hibberd, Ms Di Clarke, Mr Craig Littler, Mr Tim Pedrazzini - For the provision of innovative library and information services which are integrated with the changing teaching and learning needs of staff and students (SCU)
Ms Merrilee Albatis, Ms Pam Mathews, Ms Margaret Solosy, Mrs Soun Wong - For the development and delivery of a flexible program to enhance student information literacy, embedded within the first year degree structure (Murdoch, verbal presentation only)
Mr Greg Anderson, Ms Katie Battison, Ms Marion Wilson, Ms Vicki Picasso, Ms Alison Rigby - For leadership and creativity in developing a round-the-clock information and learning environment that is flexible, innovative and inspiring (UNewcastle, verbal presentation only)
Mr Chris Sheargold - For strategic and sustained leadership in the development of a student-focused library service that demonstrably supports learning in a multi-campus university (ACU, verbal presentation only)

Delivering Quality and Value
Statistics report - Derek Whitehead (11/9/07)
BPWG report - Liz Curach (14/9/07)
*Ethical and accountable governance of libraries - presentation by Keith Webster (20/9/07)

Communication & Influence
Australian Access Federation Project Steering Committee - report from Maxine Brodie (11/9/07)
Copyright - report from Eve Woodberry and Derek Whitehead (12/9/07)
Libraries Australia Advisory Committee - report from Linda Luther and Anne Horn (12/9/07)
EDUCAUSE 2009 report - Jeff Murray (13/7/07)
CONZUL - report from Ainslie Dewe and Janet Copsey (13/9/07)
*ALIA: Existential Questions for CAUL - presentation by Derek Whitehead (21/9/07)
*digital discovery: strategies & solutions - 29thannual IATUL Conference, AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand 21-24 April 2008 - presentation by Ainslie Dewe (20/9/07)

CAUL Administration
# reports above include budget implications
CAUL Web Site Redevelopment - report from Jeff Murray (17/9/07)
CAUL Budget 2007 includes Finance Report - Diane Costello
CAUL draft Budget 2008  - Diane Costello
Executive Officer's Report - Diane Costello

The draft meeting schedule is as follows:
 

Wednesday 19 September

12-2 LATN meeting
evening IRUA dinner meeting

7.00 Informal dinner @ Eros Ouzeri, 277 Rundle Street, Adelaide http://www.erosouzeri.com.au/

Thursday 20 September
9am to 12 noon
CAUL Executive Meeting
... other CAUL committees

1pm to 5pm
CAUL Meeting
Hot Topics

7 for 7.30  CAUL dinner @ Red Ochre, War Memorial Drive, North Adelaide  http://www.redochre.com.au/

Friday 21 September
9am to 1pm
CAUL Meeting
Business & Hot Topics

1pm
CAUL Sectoral Group meetings

 

Location

University of South Australia, City West Campus, Adelaide
Hawke Building, Building H, Room H6-03
corner North Terrace & Fenn Place

Transport

Some Adelaide Restaurants

Eros Ouzeri - (Greek) - CAUL Informal dinner venue
277 Rundle St
Adelaide
Ph (08) 8223 4022
Fax (08) 8359 2474

Cos Restaurant - (Modern Australian)
18 Leigh St Adelaide
Bookings on 82317611
Fax on 82317644

Chopstix on Rundle - (Thai - cheap and big serves) 
287 Rundle Street, 
Adelaide, SA 5000
Phone: (08) 8223 7575
FAX: (08) 82237573

Jolleys Boat House -  Contemporary Australian and river views
 1 Jolleys Lane, Adelaide SA 5000
(Corner of Victoria Drive and King William Road)
Phone:   08 8223 2891

The Red Ochre -  (Modern Australian - the view is lovely) - CAUL dinner venue
War Memorial Drive
North Adelaide
South Australia 5006
ph: 61 (08) 8211 8555
fx: 61  (08) 8212 4855

The Manse -  (French)
142 Tynte Street,
North Adelaide,
South Australia, 5006
Ph: (08) 8267 4636
Bookings essential

The House of Chow - (Chinese - has one of the best reputations in Adelaide. About 20 min walk from meeting)
82 Hutt Street (Corner Wakefield Street)
Adelaide, SA 5000 
Telephone: (08) 8223 6181
Facsimile: (08) 8232 0782

Accommodation

The Oaks Embassy
96 North Terrace
Adelaide, SA 5000
Phone:  08 8124 9900;  1300 721 514
Fax:   08 8124 9901
Email:  embassy@theoaksgroup.com.au
http://www.theoaksgroup.com.au/Property.aspx?sid=8&c=ov
Government rate:  2 bedroom apartment $165 (no 1 beds avail) 
Availability: Available
Broadband: internet connection $0.55/min cap of  $27.50/24hrs, 50 mb download continuous login
Approx 5 mins walk  to meeting location 
The Sebel Playford (formerly Radisson Playford)
120 North Terrace, Adelaide South Australia 5000
Phone:  08 8213 8888
Fax: 08 8213 8833
Email: reservations@sebelplayford.com.au
http://www.mirvachotels.com/hotel_detail.asp?hotel=34
Government rate: standard room $165; deluxe $185; suite $200 
Availability:  Available
Broadband:   $5.50 first 5 mins, then $0.55/min to max of $27.50/24hrs continuous login
Approx 5 mins walk  to meeting location 
Adelaide Riviera
31 -34 NORTH TERRACE 
ADELAIDE SA 5000
Phone:  08 8231 8000
1800 061 300
Fax: 8 82122168
Email: reservations@adelaideriviera.com.au
http://www.adelaideriviera.com.au/index.htm
Government rate:  standard room $110 including continental  breakfast 
Availability: system down 2/08
Broadband:  $27.50/24hrs continuous login
Approx 5 mins walk  to meeting location 
Rendezvous Allegra Hotel
55 Waymouth St
Adelaide SA Australia 5000
Phone:  08 8115 8888
Fax: 08 8115 8800
Email: res@adelaide.rendezvous.com.au
http://www.rendezvoushotels.com/adelaide
Government rate:  Deluxe king $192 
Availability: available
Broadband:   $12.95/hr continuous login, $23.95/24hrs
10-15 minute walk:
Medina Grand Adelaide Treasury
2 Flinders Street
Adelaide   SA   5000
Phone: 08 8112 0000 
1300 633 462
Fax:  o8 8112 0199
Email: mgat@medina.com.au
http://www.medina.com.au
Government rate:  Premier 1 bedroom $170; Premier grand 1 bedroom $185 
Availability:  limited availability @ 2/08 
Broadband:   1 hr continuous login $12.95; 24hrs $24.95
10-15 minute walk
Hotel Richmond Adelaide
128 Rundle Mall Adelaide SA 5000 
Phone: 08 8215 4444
Fax: 08 8232 2290
Email:  reception@hotelrichmond.com.au 
http://www.hotelrichmond.com.au/
Government rate:  $140 including continental breakfast 
Availability:   limited
Broadband:   Not in rooms but complimentary wireless available in bar and restaurant.