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Patience is the key for libraries that publish.

I don’t know about anyone else but as a child it was always really exciting when my Dad took us to the library once a week as it meant new stories, new adventures etc. 488 more words


Reflections on the State

Today was the last day of my three week student placement at The State Library of NSW. My heart is a little heavy because I know that three weeks is not nearly enough to absorb all that is contained within their vast collection. 615 more words


Further thoughts on Peer Review & speeding up traditional journal publication

Back in January, I wrote about Peer Review. It’s a big topic! Here are some more reflections, following on from my last blog post about it. 977 more words


How To Clean Up Repositories

According to the FTM Mac 3 Companion Guide “A repository is the location where an original source exists. This could be a library, archive, county courthouse, or cousin’s home.” From other gleanings a Repository should be a location where Documents are housed. 172 more words

UBIR working again!

UBIR is back up an running now after a brief outage this afternoon. Apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused.


UBIR currently unavailable

UBIR is currently unavailable. The problem has been reported and it is hoped this will be resolved as soon as possible.


Tools for sharing your research data

Many thanks to Hardy Schwamm, Research Data Manager from the Library, for his informative session on Figshare and Zenodo. These are both Open Repositories for sharing research data and other research outputs, such as images, software or slides. 277 more words