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  • Davies, Will (2010-05-03)
    In this Markets Forum, Will Davies, challenges the presentation of history. Will has worked in the documentary film industry since completing his BA in 1972, his interest in history stirred by tales of explorers as a ...
  • Watterson, Peter; Beins, David; Noble, Matthew (2011-02-21)
    Matthew Noble, the UTS Copyright Advisor, and David Beins, UTS Executive Manager (Industry and Commercialisation) discuss Copyright, Commercialisation and Intellectual Property responsibilities for researchers at UTS. This ...
  • Lally, Elaine (2010-05-07)
    There are growing demands on students and those in the workforce to be more innovative and creative. In this Markets Forum, Associate Professor Elaine Lally will explore what it means to develop the creative and expressive ...
  • University of Technology Sydney (2012-12-05)
  • Small, Luc; Mulhollann, Elizabeth (2011-02-21)
    Elizabeth Mulhollann from the Library's eScholarship Unit and Luc Small from Intersect discuss national developments and initiatives in Data Management processes and policy and how these can benefit researchers at UTS.
  • Byrne, Alex (2010-04-12)
    The University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) has embarked on a major redevelopment of its City Campus. A key element of this redevelopment is the planned construction of a new University Library at the centre of the ...
  • Cronin, Tim; Ryan, Marni; Proudfoot, Reece (2012-05-01)
    The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) are the lead organisers for Earth Hour and present The Earth Hour Story. They discuss the history of how Earth Hour started in Australia and the magnitude of impact it has had on the ...
  • Byrne, Alex. (2003-05-19)
    Libraries have vital roles in society in protecting heritage, offering individuals and societies opportunities to improve the quality of their lives, and contributing to civil society. They play an important role is the ...
  • Gorman, Susanna (2011-02-21)
    Susanna Gorman, Research Ethics Manager: Human, discusses the importance of research ethics policy and practice at UTS and how researchers can ensure that they comply with these
  • UTS ePRESS (2013-10-23)
    Panel discussion at UTS Library, Open Access Week 2013.
  • Berlage, Mark (2011-02-21)
    Mark Berlage, Executive Manager, Research Development, discusses research funding at UTS and how researchers can improve their ability to successfully apply for grants and funding.
  • Flynn, Ann (2005-09)
  • Kobayashi, Hael; Booth, Mal; Gaul, Chris (2012-05-07)
    Sydney is emerging as the hub for creative industries and innovation. We are familiar with the terms innovation and creativity but what do they really mean? And how does that translate to educating Australia's future ...
  • Grahame, Emma; Grafton, Daniel; Allatson, Paul; Chelliah, Janet; Jay, Barry; Lally, Elaine; Chelliah, John; Linacre, Simon (2011-12-09)
    Note: Due to technical difficulties, session 3 is missing the first five minutes of the introduction by Janet Chelliah. We apologise for any inconvenience.
  • Lawton, Fides.; Scott, Carol. (2004-06)
    As libraries increasingly shift from acquiring and managing print in-house collections to electronic information resources and services from in-house and remote servers, library staff members face the challenge of delivering ...
  • Baer, Linda (2012-10-08)
  • Brungs, Attila; Byrne, Alex (2011-02-21)
    Welcome by the University Librarian, Dr Alex Byrne and Opening Address by Professor Attila Brungs, DVC (Research)
  • Berryman, Jennifer M. (Journal of Information Science, 2007)
    In this article, theories of human judgement and decision making are reviewed and their use by library and information science researchers examined. A different perspective on judgement and decision making is offered by ...
  • Siemens, George (2012-08-02)
    This presentation was given at the University of Technology Sydney as part of a forum on a data intensive university