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Changing places: how a job exchange can give you the opportunity to live overseas, make new friends, boost your career and maybe even change your life
In a globalised economy, new graduates often look overseas for job opportunities; indeed, it is considered a rite of passage for many Australians to do so. Of course, new librarians are no different. But the reality of ...
All change: job rotations as a workplace learning tool in the Flinders University Library Graduate Trainee Program
This paper examines the place of job rotations as a workplace learning tool in the Graduate Trainee Librarian Program at Flinders University Library, Australia. Specifically, it asks two questions: whether job rotation ...
From practice to research at Flinders University Library: sustaining a research culture
(Emerald Publishing Limited, 2018-05-03)
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to describe the mechanisms used by Flinders University Library to sustain a culture of research. Flinders University Library has been supporting its librarians to undertake research ...
Using knowledge management in building a culture of research: a case study of an Australian academic library
(De Gruyter Saur / IFLA, 2015-12)
Knowledge management (KM) has been much discussed in the library and informationscience literature, from papers describing its potential for the profession (Broadbent, 1997;Butler, 2000; Nelson, 2008; Sarrafzadeh, Martin ...
Establishing a culture of research practice in an academic library: an Australian case study
The purpose of this paper is to describe the establishment of a Research Working Group at Flinders University Library, a mid-sized teaching and research university located in South Australia. The group was founded to ...
Practitioner research in an academic library: evaluating the impact of a support group
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2014-05)
This paper explores how a support group has contributed to building a culture of research practice at Flinders University Library. The brief of the Research Working Group (RWG) is to develop a culture of research and ...