Posters at THETA 2017

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Digital Posters

Digital Posters are presented at lunch times on Monday and Tuesday

Venue: Aotea Centre, Auckland, New Zealand

Monday May 8, 2017
Digital Transformation – Ctrl + N: three stages to creating a unique and engaging library orientation

Daniel Walker and Sarah Dern, Bond University


The Research Ecosystem – Connecting Worlds. The Impact of New Metrics on Researchers And Institutional Technologies

Stephanie Guichard, Almetric

Digital Transformation – For People Who Are Not Ashamed of Having Brains: Digitising A Notorious Student Newspaper

Kat di Rocco, University of Sydney


The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning – An Academic Librarian’s Experience

Meenakshi (Meena) Gupta, Australian Catholic University


Tuesday May 9, 2017
The Next Generation Library – Connecting and Converging: A Bespoke Approach To Extending The Institutional Repository Into The Enterprise Through The Exploitation Of The Library Services Platform With Business Process Innovation

Jenny Quillian, University of South Australia


Digital Transformation – Building an Efficient Campus Support Model for Online Instruction

Li-Ling Chen, California State University at East Bay


Innovation in Learning and Teaching – Creating A Better Educational Video Experience For Student Learning

Peter Mellow, University of Melbourne


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