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2017 webinar series

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Lunch time Webinar Series

Following on from the successful 2016 series the LIANZA Digital Library Special Interest Group (DigLibSig) is once again hosting a Friday Lunchtime webinar series on topics of interest to the library and information sectors as a whole. The format forf each webinar is 2-3 presentations followed by the opportunity for viewers to ask questions and to share their own experiences (both good and bad).



1. Digitisation as normal library business


Platforms, formats, and standards for photographs and documents. Current practices and directions at three New Zealand libraries

When: Friday 19 May 2017 12noon

Chair: John Laurie


Digitisation at the University of Auckland / John Laurie, Digital Initiatives Librarian, University of Auckland

Tauranga City Libraries' rough and (almost) ready .... actually that might be optimistic / Harley Couper, Information Librarian & Learning Centre Tutor, Tauranga City Libraries

Boutique digitisation at the Alexander Turnbull Library / Claire Viskovic, Senior Imaging Technician, Alexander Turnbull Library

Recording: Now available


2. Little tools and software I have found to make my job easier

A small taste of some of the tools used by people to get organised, to provide support, and just generally to make their jobs a little easier


When: Friday 2 June 2017 12 noon

Recording: Now available

Brief note on the tools discussed


3. Data cleaning tools

When: Friday 16 June 12noon

Chair: Paul Sutherland


MarcEdit : an overview from the perspective of a non cataloguer / Tanja Webster, National Library of New Zealand

OpenRefine : an introduction / Kim Shepherd - Notes, links, useful tips


Recording: Now available


4. EZproxy security

You have just received one of those emails - "Due to excessive activity we have cut off your institutions access to our resources"

Is there anything that you could have done to prevent this happening, or perhaps to identify the problem earlier? What steps can you take to get the access reinstated ASAP? Join the discussion as two libraries share their experiences with securing their EZproxy servers.


When: Friday 30 June 12noon


Bob Pearson (University of Auckland)

Helen Brownlie (University of Otago) - Presentation - the last page includes links to a number of additional resources


Recording: Now available




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