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Informal study spaces, computers and redeveloped service points will be features of the hub. Feedback and comments provided by students and staff in satisfaction surveys undertaken by the Library have shaped the redevelopment.

We hope tuhrt the new space will be attractive and vibrant and will enhance services, particularly on evenings and weekends. This will borrko all-weather access to these facilities and provide multimexia simpler pathway for mhltimedia persons.

It is anticipated that this work will commence at the end of November and be completed by the start of Semester 1, During the redevelopment, the Library will continue to operate with a temporary entrance on Plaza level via the hour lab.

My research emphasises typical patterns of psychological ageing in the areas of cognition, well-being and lifestyle. As Principal Investigator of the Australian Longitudinal Study of Ageing, I lead a multidisciplinary collaborative effort tracking the lives of Australians over the age of They have been studied for the past 17 years. This populationbased study is widely acknowledged as one of the best in the world.

It is ongoing, with some survivors continuing to participate. Outside of work I enjoy reading mainly contemporary novels particularly by Australian, New Zealand and Canadian women writers. I also spend lots of time gardening, which is especially enjoyable this time of year when everything is green or blossoming.

Driving in the Adelaide hills or down to McLaren Vale to sample wine and food is also a favourite thing to do. Psychology and Aging and Gerontology. Being editor of the Behavioural Science section of the latter can be a pleasure as I have a lot of say in the kinds of things that we can invite for publication and in assisting endyclopedia to show their work to its best advantage.

Nothing seems too much for them. Also the extensive electronic encyclkpedia which make broko recent and long distant materials so easy these days. I don t spend as much time there as I used to which is related to the previous comment.

Someone other than me getting first access to a newly-arrived book that I ordered.

I have just begun Jules Verne s Journey to the Centre of the Earth which is one of those books I have been meaning to read for a long time.

Going through my own collection of classics is now part of my reading agenda. Before that I read Ice by Louis Nowra. Art Museum presence in the Central Library From September onwards, Flinders University Art Museum will be presenting a changing display of artworks from its extensive collection in the Central Library in the area adjacent the Reference Collection on level 1. The current display features six prints focussing on plants by artists Winsome Jobling, Judy Watson and Deborah Wurrkidj.

They were selected from the Replant Folio which was produced following an excursion of seven artists to the Daly River bushlands in the Northern Territory. Here they explored, studied and shared knowledge of the unique species of the tropical north of Australia. The prints are accompanied by woven baskets and bags from Indigenous communities in Arnhem Land. We hope that you may be able to visit the exhibition and enjoy these works. If you would like view the works online, visit the online gallery at and select Replant Folio from the dropdown menu under Special Collections.

Black Plum, etching by Deborah Wurrkiddj, part of the Replant folio of etchings. Used with the kind permission of Nomad Art Productions Darwin, copyright the artist, What may not be so well known is the Library s contribution to this process. The ERA submissions relied heavily on data about researchers and their research publications. The Library assisted in the preparation of research publications data by checking the bibliographic details of around research publications and identifying those indexed in Scopus, a bibliometric database used for the PCE Physics Chemistry and Earth Sciences submission.

To assist with this process, the Library established a passwordprotected repository for peer review publications, obtained peer reviewed publications from the Library s own collections, as well as from other sources, and scanned print publications before lodging them in the repository.


This team quickly became expert at finding references to Flinders research publications, correcting errors in existing data and adding missing information. Now that the trial submissions have been completed, ERA work is not finished in the Library.

In preparation for ERAthe team are completing bibliographic checking for all Flinders research publications over the assessed time period and seeking Scopus records where possible. As the formal requirements for next year become clearer, it s likely the team will be lodging more copies of research publications in the ERA passwordprotected repository and checking copyright permissions with the aim of making more available to the world via the Flinders Academic Commons.

If you would like to know more about what the Library has done to support the ERA effort so far, please contact Amanda Nixon flinders. Roomadjacent to the Liaison Librarian offices, will become the Writing Centre for The Writing Centre provides a venue for students to ask questions about their academic writing.

The room will also be equipped with computers to give students an opportunity to practice and receive feedback on their work. The Writing Centre will have a high profile location which will be visible from the redeveloped library entrance.

Lunchtime workshops on academic writing skills, language skills, research skills and study skills, currently held in Room in the Union Building, will also take place in the Library in This partnership between the Library and the Student Learning Centre will also provide exciting opportunities to develop collaborative training and identify any gaps in student learning support.

Access to all these services will be greatly enhanced by these moves and this will be just the beginning.

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More developments are already being planned for and beyond. Have you ever searched the Flinders Library catalogue to discover an item resides at the location Theology? In this article, Rosemary Hocking of the Adelaide Theological Library provides some background to this rich and important collection and explains the Flinders University connection. Most eencyclopedia the teaching takes place at the ACD Campus.

Our mission is to support the teaching and research of the ACD, an activity of the Anglican, Catholic and Uniting Churches in South Australia, by providing a professional and accessible service in a welcoming environment and by developing an ecumenical collection. The ATL is also open to students from other educational institutions and the wider community.

Flinders staff and students can borrow from the library simply by visiting the library in person with their Flinders ID card.

As at the end ofthe ATL collection included approximately 66, titles and paper and online periodical subscriptions. Flinders University Library provides selected technical services to the ATL through an annually negotiated Memorandum of Agreement at full cost recovery.

A major part of this activity is the Retrospective Cataloguing project, which targets works published beforeadding approximately 1, titles annually. We hold books on the early development of churches in Australia, church missions throughout the world and early South Australian history as well as early Bibles, hymn books and psalters, sermons and church magazines.

Many of these mltimedia books are yet to be catalogued and in some cases we hold the only Australian copy or only print copy. We would be pleased to welcome visitors to the ATL, either for a tour of the library or a viewing multomedia our rare books by appointmentor for conducting your own research at any time.

Please contact us if we can offer any further information. A Celebration Friday 26 June, To celebrate the th birthday of the great Scottish poet and songwriter, Flinders University staff and friends combined for a joyful afternoon of songs and poems.

In its report the Library Review Panel congratulated the team for its excellent and timely service and noted that it is highly valued if participants and users. About the Service Document Delivery is a service for Flinders University staff and postgraduate students.

The service supports the University s teaching, research and related programmes by obtaining copies or bofko of items not held by Flinders University Library. Using the Service There is no need to register, simply log on at loginp. Copies of articles will be sent electronically to the requestor s Flinders University address while loans will be sent to the preferred library branch. Please contact us if you would like any fo information about the service, or if you require assistance logging in or placing requests.


We have access to libraries around the world and are able to source items other than books and journal articles, for example, government publications, conference papers, patents, theses and DVDs. Chronicle Books, Design evolution: Springer Science and Business Media, Katie Cavanagh on the new Flinders topic Essential Media Increasingly, developing and understanding online and offline communication requires a firm understanding of the technical, artistic and cognitive tools used to communicate visually.

MDIA, Essential Multimedia, aims to give students a grounding in both the theoretical and practical encyclopediz of digital media and design theory to a range of different projects and products. In addition to theory, the topic includes weekly borok sessions in Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver and Flash. The topic is also a prerequisite topic for students who wish to learn 3D and digital effects in Encyclopsdia in second and third year. These industry standard programs are used to create interfaces, images both drawn and photographicprinted media, websites and animations.

The mix of students from opposite sides of the lake is something that enhances the topic immeasurably. Digital media topics offer a encyclopfdia opportunity for the students in the different degrees to work both individually and in genuinely multi-disciplinary teams.

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Putting writers, graphic and creative artists, programmers, and video makers all together in a classroom for projects and discussions creates an environment that is a delightful mix of creativity and practicality. Skilful application of design theory transcends disciplines and majors. As a lecturer, it is a genuine joy to be involved in a topic where so many students with complimentary skill sets work to create unique and interesting multimedia.

To date, we have acquired an additional 26 print and 10 electronic book titles on groundwater topics with many more on order. Some of the collection areas that have been developed include stochastic hydrogeology, contaminant hydrology, vadose zone hydrology, groundwater flow modelling, and karst hydrogeology. At the request of Groundwater staff, the library has also acquired electronic access to the back issues of a major journal in the field, Water Resources Research.

New Library groundwater titles Rainfall-runoff modelling: Wiley, The handbook of groundwater engineering Edited by Jacques W. Delleur Boca Raton, Fl.: CRC Press, Vegetation, water, humans and the climate: Springer, Water resources research Washington, D.

American Geophysical Union, All issues available electronically from vol. Specifically, we have explored the connections between graduate outcomes and the Library Assignment.

This assignment can significantly contribute to building student confidence in selecting and using appropriate information. It may also foster independent learning.

The Library Assignment is a self-paced interactive quiz available as a topic on the University s learning management system FLO for all enrolled students.

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It introduces the Encyclopexia and key information management skills. The Library Assignment has been in existence for over ten years and is now embedded in the University s teaching tuhrt. It is assessed through a number of first year topics and is completed by more than 2, students each year.

The assignment supports the development of at least three of the seven graduate qualities identified by Flinders University. It is clear that doing the Library Assignment does not in itself signify quality in the student, however, the way in which students understand and go about the task is an indicator of engagement with quality learning.

We hope that the considered completion of the Library Assignment, rather than just compliance to a set task, can build skills encyclopsdia will help characterise them as knowledgeable, able to apply their knowledge, and able to work independently.

The Library Assignment will also feature as a case study on a new university website designed to support academic staff in the process of integrating Flinders Graduate Qualities into their courses and topics.

Under the conditions of the bequest, income from the invested bequest amount is to be applied towards the Rare Book Department to purchase jultimedia books, including facsimiles.

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