Council of Australian University Librarians (CAUL)

CAUL Meeting 2004/1

University of New South Wales
1-2 April, 2004

Updated 30 May, 2004

Agenda & Papers.

Agenda papers were posted Express Post on March 24.
(* some papers are not included in the printed set)
Registration form - List of current registrations - Campus location
Accommodation options - Transport information - CAUL Report proforma

DRAFT Minutes of CAUL Meeting 2003/2
Minutes of CAUL Executive Meeting 2003/6
Minutes of CAUL Executive Meeting 2003/7
Minutes of CAUL Executive Meeting 2004/1
*CAUL Strategic Plan & Action Plan
*CAUL Achievement Award 2003 Presentation, by Peter Green, Curtin University 31/3/04 & Citation

Contribution to Research
AARLIN Report.  Earle Gow  23/3/04
ARIIC Presentations.
*Access management for repositories: challenges and approaches for MAMS.  James Dalziel Professor of Learning
Technology and Director, Macquarie E-Learning Centre Of Excellence (MELCOE) 31/3/04
*ARROW. Australian Research Repositories Online to the World.  Geoff Payne, ARROW Project Manager 31/3/04
*The Australian Partnership for Sustainable Repositories (APSR).  Vic Elliott 1/4/04
Australian Digital Theses Program Report ADT Expansion & Redevelopment Project (ARIIC).  Andrew Wells 16/3/04
CEIRC Report.  Heather Gordon 22/3/04
IFLA Open Access Statement.  Alex Byrne 25/2/04
*IFLA Statement on Open Access to Scholarly Literature and Research Documentation. 5/12/03
*National Collaborative Library Store Strategy.  John Shipp 30/3/04
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.  Diane Costello 24/3/04
*Four approaches to national research information policy.  John Arfield 5/4/04 (Hot Topic.  ARLCAP)
*Australian university libraries: collections overlap study, undertaken by National Library of Australia, For the Department of Education, Science and Training (DEST), Higher Education Information Infrastructure Advisory Committee. April 2002. The abridged version is available as an ALJ article
Contribution to Teaching & Learning
CAUL Guidelines for Library Services to Offshore Students.  Sue McKnight 9/3/04
*IDP.  Denis Meares 31/3/04
Information Literacy Working Group Report. Ruth Quinn 22/3/04
*Prague Declaration "Towards an Information Literate Society." September 2003
University Library Australia Report.  Alison Ransome 15/3/04
Management for Best Practice.
Best Practice Working Group Report.  Felicity McGregor 22/3/04
Statistics Report.  Derek Whitehead 19/3/04
*User Studies.  Janine Schmidt  1/4/04
Communication & Advocacy
CHASS.  Madeleine McPherson 9/3/04
*Copyright Report.  Eve Woodberry  25/3/04
*Hot Topic: More Copyright Surprises! Derek Whitehead  31/3/04
Peak Bodies Forum.  Madeleine McPherson 24/3/04
CAUL Administration
Budget Report 2003-4.  Diane Costello 24/3/04
CAUL Budget 2003.  18/3/04
CAUL Budget 2004.  18/3/04
Executive Officer's Report.  Diane Costello 24/3/04

Quality Workshop Papers/Presentations.
*Moving Forward with Third Party Feedback: How quality standards and frameworks can help.  Margie Jantti 1/4/04
*Fitness for purpose:  Monash University Library’s Quality Review Program.  Cathrine Harboe-Ree (2/4/04)
*AUQA and University Libraries Linking and Learning.  Martin Carroll (16/4/04)

The meeting schedule is as follows:
Wednesday 31 March
2-5 CAUL Executive @ UTS
3-5 LATN  @ UTS
4-5 New Generation Universities @ UTS
11-2 AARL Board Meeting @ UTS
7-10.30 Informal dinner @ Yipiyiyo, Darlinghurst
Thursday 1 April
9-10.00 ARIIC Projects – Presentations by project representatives
        Peter Green, CAUL Achievement Award
10-10.30 Professor Rory Hume, Vice-Chancellor, University of New South Wales
10.30-11 Morning tea
11-1 ARIIC Projects (continued)
        Hot Topics (scheduling to be determined later)
1-2 Lunch
2-3.30 The National Library
3.30-4 Afternoon tea
4-5 Hot Topics (continued)
7-11 CAUL dinner @ Bayswater Brasserie ($90 approx.)
Friday 2 April
9-1 CAUL Business
        Hot Topics (continued)
1-2 Lunch
2-5 Quality Workshop



The train from the airport to Central Station is a cheap and fast way to travel to the city.  Return tickets are only available for return on the same day.  A one-way ticket to Central is $13.00

From the hotels near Central Station,  walk down to Eddy Avenue to get regular 891 buses to UNSW Gate 9, High Street.



It is recommended that members stay in the Sydney CBD.  The dinners will be held in the CBD, and transport to UNSW is relatively simple.  The only reasonable hotel near the University is the Crowne Plaza Coogee Beach (former Holiday Inn).

Other options in the CBD,
# convenient to Central Station, which in turn is convenient for train access from the airport:

Hotel Phone Address Options Government Rate
Crowne Plaza Coogee Beach (4.5*) (formerly Holiday Inn) 02 9315 7600  Cnr Arden and Carr Streets Coogee Beach $175 r/o Breakfast $15
#Carlton Crest Hotel (4.5*)  1800 252 588 169-179 Thomas Street Ultimo  Fully booked 1st April $125 r/o breakfast $15
#Mercure Hotel (4*) 02 9217 6666  818-820 George Street Sydney Fully booked 2nd April $150 r/o breakfast $15
#Medina Executive Serviced Apartments (4.5*) 02 8396 9800 2 Lee Street Sydney Studio
1 bedroom
2 bedroom
1 bed loft
The Wentworth Sydney (4.5*) 1800 676 960 61 Phillip Street 
Radisson Hotel and Suites (4.5*) 1800 333 333  72 Liverpool Street, 
Darling Harbour
1 bedroom
Novotel Darling Harbour (4*) 02 9934 0000 100 Murray Street 
Darling Harbour
All Seasons Menzies (4*) 1300 363 600 14 Carrington Street 
The Oaks Maestri Towers  02 9267 9977 298 - 308 Sussex Street  Sydney Cafe on site but limited room service. Heavily booked on 31/03 & 1/04

1 bedroom
1 bed deluxe
2 bedroom

1 night >1 night
The Oaks Goldsbrough Apartments (4.5*)  02 9518 5166 (listed under Oaks in White Pages) 243 Pyrmont Street 
Darling Harbour
1 Bedroom
2 Bedroom
#Aarons Hotel (3*) 1800 101 100 37 Ultimo Road 
Sydney (in Chinatown)

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