Council of Australian University Librarians (CAUL)

Conferences held in 2000

Updated 17 July, 2001 
Previous conferences

2000 December 5-6 London Online Information 2000.

2000 December 4-5 Melbourne Collaborative Collection Development Conference.  A conference presented by CAVAL Collaborative Solutions, in partnership with the Council of Australian University Librarians (CAUL) and  in cooperation with the National Library of Australia.  Papers now available at

2000 November 10  Australian National University, Canberra The 2000 Information Outlook (IO2000) Conference:  "Information Technology in the  new millennium" Contact:  Conference Secretariat

2000 December 6-8 Seoul, Korea  Challenge to Knowledge: Exploring for New Millenium.  ICADL2000, the 3rd International Conference of Asian Digital Library Conference

2000 December 1-3 Berlin 2nd ICOLC Conference for European Consortia.  Contact: |

2000 October 23-27 Canberra Capitalising on Knowledge: The Information Profession in the Twenty First Century. ALIA2000 conference.  Australian Library & Information Association.  Contact:  Kerry Webb |

2000  October 19-22 Canberra, ACT ARLIS/ANZ 2000 Conference - Securing our Heritage. Arts Libraries Society - Australia and New Zealand  - in conjunction with ALIA2000.  Contact:

2001 September 26-28 University of Sydney DRRH2001 Computing Arts -  Digital Resources for Research in the Humanities Conference.  Contact: Dr. Creagh Cole

2000 September 24-27  Melbourne Convention Centre The Selling of Education:  New Ways of Doing Business: ATEM &AAPPA conference 2000. Contact:  Conference Organisers: Business Incentives and Conferences,  73 Palmerston Crescent,  South Melbourne Victoria 3205 Telephone: (03) 9690 7244 Fax: (03) 9696 7973 Email:

2000 September 17-21 Adelaide LETA2000:  Making lifelong learning a reality for all.

2000 August 17-19 Kaliningrad/Svetlogorsk, Russia ICCC/IFIP  Fourth International Conference on Electronic Publishing:  Electronic Publishing In The Third Millennium Contact:  |

2000 August 16 Canberra  Australia’s Information Future: Securing the Infrastructure for Research and Innovation. An invitation-only seminar Sponsored by the Australian Research Council, the National Academies Forum and the Coalition for Scholarly Communication (CISC).  Contact:  Colin Steele

2000 August 13-18 Jerusalem, Israel   66th IFLA General Conference Contact:  E-mail:

2000 August 6-10 Adelaide CAUDIT-EDUCAUSE Institute.   Contact Ian Hunter, Executive Officer, CAUDIT, at:   Phone: (07) 4635 5089; fax (07) 4635 5089 |

2000 31 July-3 August Hobart ALP 42nd National ConferenceDraft Platform And Constitution (Australian Labor Party)
Developing Australia’s Human Resources:  Education, Training and Population Policy (p.17)

2000 July 26-27 Sydney Scholarship in peril: publication and the Australian research environment.     National Scholarly Communications Forum (NSCF) in co-operation with the Copyright Agency Limited, the Council of Australian University Librarians and the Australian Publishers Association.  Contact:  Email  OR mail to: The Secretariat, National Scholarly Communications Forum, The Australian Academy of the Humanities, GPO Box 93, Canberra  ACT  2601    Papers now online at

2000 July 17-19 Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia Lifelong Learning: Development of Generic Skills in Higher Education:  An international conference to be hosted by Central Queensland University.  Contact:  Phone: 0749 309435 Fax:  0749 306436  Email: |

2000 July 12-14  Robinson College, Cambridge Information for Empowerment: Resource Discovery & Management:  The UK Online User Group Year 2000 Conference

2000 July 9-12 Melbourne Convention Centre Skills and Learning in the New Millennium. ANTA National Conference 2000 Contact:  Ms Rosalind Azizi ANTA Conference Manager Australian National Training Authority Level 11 AMP Place 10 Eagle Street BRISBANE QLD 4000 Telephone: 07 3246 2400 Fax: 07 3221 4826 Email:

2000 July 6-13 Chicago American Library Association Annual Conference

2000 July 3-7 Brisbane, Australia IATUL DownUnder Conference:  Virtual Libraries, Virtual Communities. Contact: Library Secretariat Queensland University of Technology G.P.O. Box 2434 Brisbane  Q  4001 Fax: +61 7 3864 2485 Tel: +61 7 3864 1821 |

2000 June 22-23 Barcelona (Spain) Logged into Economics:  An assessment of the European Digital Library DECOMATE II

2000 June 22-25  University of California, San Diego in La Jolla NASIG 2000 Making Waves:  New Serials Landscapes in a Sea of Change. North American Serials Interest Group NASIG 15th Annual Conference.

2000 June14-6 Stratford-upon-Avon, England  Bringing Coherence to Networked Information for the New Century.  JISC/CNI Conference. | Joy Fraser, Events Manager, UKOLN, The Library, University of Bath, Claverton Down, Bath, BA2 7AY, UK; tel: +44 (0)1225 826256; fax: +44 (0)1225 826838; e-mail:

2000 June 12-17 Cairns, Queensland  AusWeb2K  Contact: Norsearch Conferences, Tel:  02 6620 3932 Email:

2000 May 25-27 Helsinki CRIS 2000 : Knowledge at work - research information for society. Current Research Information Systems (in Europe).  Contact:  CRIS 2000 Secretariat Ms. Marja Malmgren Helsinki University of Technology  Library POB 7000 FIN-02015 HUT  Finland Fax : +358-9-451 4132  e-mail: |

2000 May 13-14 Delft, NL   DESIRE II Web Indexing Workshop 2000.  Contact:  Yuri Demchenko TERENA Secretariat Singel 468 D 1017 AW Amsterdam The Netherlands  Tel: +31 20 530 4488 Fax: +31 20 530 4499 E-mail:  |

2000 May 2 Sydney Sustainability for the scholarly information market place: the search for digital library business models. Sponsored by Elsevier Science and Macquarie University Library. Contact:  Lynne Hill, Macquarie University phone 02 9850 7553, fax 02 9850 7513.  Papers published at

2000 April 26-28  Suntec City, Singapore Stepping into the New Millennium: Challenges for Library and Information Professionals: CONSAL XI  ( Congress of Southeast Asian Librarians ) Contact:

2000 April 13-14 Poznan, Poland EUNIS 2000, Towards Virtual Libraries:  the 6th EUNIS conference. European University Information Systems Organization (information available September)  |  EUNIS'99

2000 April 13-15 Library of Congress, Washington, DC Publishing in the 21st Century:  Redefining the Industry.  University of Virginia & Library of Congress Sixth Annual Seminar.  Contact: University of Virginia Continuing Education, Center for University Programs, P.O. Box  3697, Charlottesville, VA 22903 Tel: 800/346-3882 Fax 804/982-5297

2000 April 12-14  Beijing China Changing Patterns in University Management in co-operation with Tsinghua Univesity and the David C. Lam Institute for East-West Studies of Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU).

2000 April 7 London Joined-up Publishing: the significance of linking. Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers. 16th International Learned Journals Seminar Email:

2000 March 23 - 24 Ann Arbor, Michigan The Economics and Use of Digital Library Collections.  Sponsored by the Program for Research on the Information Economy (PRIE) and the University Library at the University of Michigan  Contact:   peak-conference@umich.edu

2000 March 20-22 London Internet Librarian International, featuring the Libtech 2000 Exhibition Contact:

2000 March 19-21 Sturbridge, Massachusetts  Technology and Renewal: Creating and Supporting the Learning Place.  The New England Regional Computing Program (NERCOMP) (An EDUCAUSE Affiliate) in conjunction with University of Massachusetts Instructional Technology Conference 2000

2000  March 16-18  University of South Florida, St. Petersburg, Florida  Third International Symposium on Electronic Theses and Dissertations:  Applying New Media to Scholarship. Contact: |

2000 March 9-10 Sydney Putting works to rights <indecs> Evaluation and Implementation Conference. Hosted  by the Australian Copyright Industry Alliance (ACIA). Contact:  CAL on tel: (02) 9394 7600 or email | works to rights

2000 February 29-March 1 London Consortia Purchasing - The Next 10 Years? An International Conference  Organised by the Association of Subscription Agents (ASA) and the National Group for Consortium Purchasing by Academic Libraries (NGCPAL) Contact:  Rollo Turner Email:

2000 February 21 South Melbourne, Victoria  Linking access to electronic library and information services:  IT/19 Seminar.  Contact or fax 02 9746 2950

2000 February 20-23 Philadelphia, PA  Y2Content--The Battle for the Desktop: the Year 2000 NFAIS Annual Conference.  National Federation of Abstracting & Information Services.   Contact:  NFAIS 1518 Walnut St., Suite 307 Philadelphia, PA  19102   Phone: 215 893-1561 : Fax: 215 893-1564 e-mail:  |

2000 February 16 - 18  Melbourne VALA2000:  Books and bytes:  technologies for the hybrid library.   VALA's 10th Biennial Conference and Exhibition. Contact:  VALA2000 Conference Secretariat Waldron Smith Convention Network 93 Victoria Avenue Albert Park VIC 3206 Telephone: +61 3 9690 6744 Facsimile: +61 3 9690 7155 OR e-mail to:

2000 February 14 Melbourne CAUL Copyright Workshop.  Papers now available at

2000 February 10-12 Ohio State University College of Law  Interdisciplinary Intellectual Property Conference.  Contact:  Professor Sheldon W. Halpern The Ohio State University College of Law <>

2000 February 8-10 Bielefeld, Germany 5th European Bielefeld colloquium: Quality gateways to global information - strategies for customer satisfaction. colloquium)  Email:

2000 January 27 Electronic Collections – local, regional, national: A workshop run by JISC Assist and the JISC’s Content Working Group,  Joint Information Systems Committee. Final Report

2000  January 19-21 New Orleans, LA Collaboration and Cooperatives as Change Agents. NLII Annual Meeting National Learning Infrastructure Initiative Contact:

2000 January 14-20 San Antonio American Library Association MidWinter Meeting

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