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Nathan 11717061
17:52
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Asim Qayyum
18:10
The chat is also recorded
Asim Qayyum
18:19
The recording is on now
REYNOLDSN2P
18:20
Nina 11272039
Margaret 11510033
18:31
Margaret 11510033
Cigdem PS TL
18:31
I might write mine again Cigdem Basak 11592226
Deborah Nicklin 11689283
18:38
Deborah Nicklin 11689283
Jade Smith
18:38
Jade 11722633
Jacinta 11725044
18:39
Jacinta 11725044
sienna 11714065
18:52
Sienna Hooper 11714065 is here :)
Gabi
18:55
Yep
Thomas Cleary
19:15
Thomas Cleary 11651710
Karla Atley
19:29
Karla Atley 11523582
Tess
19:29
Therese Schembri 11706642 - just to be safe
Joanne Drainas
19:31
Hi everyone, I’m Joanne Mattis Drainas ( 11721089)
Nicole Harker
19:46
Nicole 11710078
Sarah Stephens
19:50
Sarah Stephens 11736647
Jennifer 11737528
20:07
Jennifer 11737528
Karina 11708406
20:15
They used to be technical colleges
christinamcleod
20:31
technical college
Ruth Thatcher
20:36
colleges and high school certificate 1979?!
Simone Johnston
21:04
TAFE More practical?
Bree_Abbott
21:06
Practical skills, way of learning
Ruth Thatcher
21:07
differences - practical nature of courses, local government funding?
christinamcleod
21:14
difference is who we are assessed comp bases
Ruth Thatcher
21:26
yes!
christinamcleod
21:29
I meant how we are assessed
Val 11712107
25:29
So free lunches?
Daniel (LRC)
26:13
Not quite! But lots of yummy food :)
Alyssa Miskin 11729567
27:25
With the goal of increasing research capability, does that mean that librarians are changing/ seeking different PD?
Val 11712107
27:49
Is the research increase being positively anticipated by library staff?
Val 11712107
29:23
Answered, thanks. A challenge - important.
Alyssa Miskin 11729567
30:18
Thank you
Jessica Brennan
31:08
Are these classes delivered online or F2F?
Daniel (LRC)
31:28
A mix of both.
11710988
34:18
Put the library in everyone’s way and then nobody can miss it!
Penny 11676291
35:13
What input, if any, did library staff have in the design of the space?
Penny 11676291
35:32
(No worries!)
Paul Kloppenborg
36:10
not in the original space...but I have installed study rooms and after hours space....so changed the interior as best I can with the $$$
REYNOLDSN2P
36:54
I am interested to hear how an unstaffed library works. Assuming with self check out?
Peter 11627868
37:15
Hi Paul, how long have you used RFID and was this implemented as part of the after hours design, or was it already part of the library by the time you implemented the after hours space?
Simone Johnston
37:20
Is the public allowed to use the library or only enrolled students?
Paul Kloppenborg
37:45
It is staffed 9-5 with self check. Before and after those times, no books...just Pcs and the space and access via another door when the grill comes down
Peter 11627868
38:16
I see
REYNOLDSN2P
38:23
Ok, thanks Paul
christinamcleod
38:45
what do you mean an after hour zone are librarians still there to help
Lucy Bramble 11655985
38:58
This space makes me actually miss F2F learning and study
Paul Kloppenborg
39:16
All people welcome. Public can join as members...but limited access- really no databases die to licencing restrictions..but public always welcome to browse the collections
Janet M 11734384
39:41
An overall question for later. I worked in a Technical Institute in NZ some years ago. The course range was went from Hospitality and Catering, through Nursing and Sports Science, to Trades, including plumbing, carpentry and auto mechanics. Do you think that having such a tight subject focus enables you to serve your students better? And does that make it easier to add depth to the collections to enable the higher research capabilities you're developing.
Simone Johnston
39:44
It looks like a great space to come and get some study done!!
Kirsti Brady 11174216
39:47
Great study space!
Paul Kloppenborg
39:56
After hours...no library staff...just the space
christinamcleod
40:03
thank you
Kirsti Brady 11174216
40:10
Has a nice vibe about it!
Liz
40:16
Have student surveys since shown that they are happy with the quiet areas and longer access hours? What other methods do you use to evaluate how you are meeting student needs eg number of items borrowed?
Trisha Templeton
40:31
11681014
Trisha Templeton
40:49
what are the qualifications of the learning advisors
REYNOLDSN2P
41:20
The pod looks great
Peter 11627868
41:23
Do you have a service which allows students to ask a question of the librarian during after hours, but will be answered when the librarians are back in?
Kirsti Brady 11174216
41:30
Love the pod!
Paul Kloppenborg
41:31
Hi Janet...I think it makes it easier...we can never become a Melb. Uni...but can become a specialised HE and VET provider. The challenge is the database expansion.
Paul Kloppenborg
41:53
Chat service during the day...turns to email and 24 hour response after hours
christinamcleod
41:57
I love the pod
christinamcleod
42:09
Do they have to book it in advance
Paul Kloppenborg
42:18
Learning Advisors are all qualified teachers..LLN experts
Shamus O'Loughlin
42:31
The pod is great
Paul Kloppenborg
42:49
The pod can be booked for 2 hours at a time..but generally students just turn up
Trisha Templeton
42:57
during the covid shutdown - did the learning advisors offer support remotely?
Justine Cook
43:16
LLN?
Paul Kloppenborg
43:25
Yes, the LA offered remote service...was vert well received.
Val 11712107
43:40
Outside of the higher capacity computers and lighting, is the pod more a 'space' or it has other abilities?
Paul Kloppenborg
43:41
Literacy, language and numeracy skills
Justine Cook
43:48
AHh, thank you
Paul Kloppenborg
44:11
Pod ...more a space...used sometimes for audio recordings
Peter 11627868
44:11
Are there any other libraries which you can refer your students to which have online databases they can access (i.e. Public library, State Library?Also, do you curate the database collections yourself, Paul?
Nathan 11717061
44:15
Is there much collection signage indicating the spaces for each collection?
Nathan 11717061
45:08
Or is it "minimal signage" preferred?
Paul Kloppenborg
45:09
Refer to State Library....The Liaison Team - 3 librarians and Marg and I curate the databases
Yvette Stiles
45:17
Yes, I'm a bit confused about the databases. Did you say you were able to be part of a consortium or not?
Trisha Templeton
45:21
what is your fiction collection like in comparison to your nonfiction/research collection
Paul Kloppenborg
45:33
We need to update the signage...a work in pprogress
Paul Kloppenborg
45:45
Fiction...tiny collections
Nathan 11717061
46:04
Service desk, not pods 10/10
Jade Smith
46:15
Agree!
Paul Kloppenborg
46:19
database consortia...there are only a couple across TAFE-EBSCO and Informit….because TAFEs all teach different things generally
REYNOLDSN2P
46:25
Digital Services Librarian sounds interesting - the position obviously created because of demand for digital services?
Yvette Stiles
46:43
What specifically does the Digital Services Librarian do?
Paul Kloppenborg
46:50
Yes....systems work, digital signage, libguides etc etc
Simone Johnston
47:00
Would you say most books borrowed are related to students studying for their courses compared to reading for leisure?
Trisha Templeton
47:07
not embedding or assisting with digital literacy?
Paul Kloppenborg
47:30
The Liaison librarians do the Info. lit work
Paul Kloppenborg
47:46
Most books are for teaching purposes
Penny 11676291
48:40
Do Learning Advisors and Liaison Librarians collaborate to provide information literacy resources, training and/or other support? If so, how? (Apologies if I missed an earlier message already answering this!)
Mark Prentice 60939424
48:44
Does social media play a part in connecting with students/
Val 11712107
48:50
Is the space often full during peak periods?
Trisha Templeton
49:17
do you use social media to advertise/promote your library to your learning community?
Paul Kloppenborg
49:19
Penny...yes, the LAs and librarian work on lots of things together...libguides, style guides etc
Paul Kloppenborg
49:57
Yes..social media e.g. Vicky who you will meet in a minutes is promoting rare books on Instagram for the institute
Peter 11627868
50:03
Hi Paul, do you provide much support for disabled students?
Nathan 11717061
50:10
Do you have a print services team, or does the library field all the print enquires + MFD servicing?
Nathan 11717061
50:24
*responsibility for MFD servicing
kristina - 11683798
50:31
How do the librarians connect with the different professors/lecturers/teacher to assist students with their subject needs?
Paul Kloppenborg
50:41
I mange disability services along with other areas....might need more time to details everything we do
Paul Kloppenborg
51:10
I will stop for a second while Vicky is on screen...thanks
Peter 11627868
51:26
Ok thanks Paul
christinamcleod
51:34
thank you
REYNOLDSN2P
55:05
How do you decided what to store upstairs vs downstairs?
Val 11712107
55:06
What is the proportion of mac verse PC devices in the library? Is there a student preference?
Jessica Brennan
56:21
Has any of the special collections been digitised? How did access to this collection change / adapt during COVID?
christinamcleod
56:43
that is fantastic
Kirsti Brady 11174216
57:08
This is making me want to work with special collections!
Val 11712107
59:16
What are the slips of paper in each book? A biblio?
Kim Laurie 11706
59:54
As a keen foodie, this is amazing! I'm really enjoying this tour.
REYNOLDSN2P
59:55
Re donations or acquisition of rare items, do you actively pursue those to grow your special collection?
Val 11712107
59:57
Ahh, I see. answered.
Paul Kloppenborg
01:00:42
We both purchase rare books and accept donations.
11710988
01:01:15
I have a few recipes Paul, will my donations be accepted or do I need to be a ‘somebody’ in gastronomy?
REYNOLDSN2P
01:01:27
Thanks Paul, as part of a collection development policy?
christinamcleod
01:01:51
do you have one from Minyip
Paul Kloppenborg
01:01:57
Donations gratefully accepted...and part of collections policy
Val 11712107
01:02:37
This is fantastic. I think it was asked before, is there a digitisation process happening for any items?
Paul Kloppenborg
01:03:13
Yes...digitisation projects happening...especially our menu collections now on Trove as well
Cate Ryan ID 11727480
01:03:14
Can the public request access to digital copies?
Cate Ryan ID 11727480
01:03:26
Thank you
Cate Ryan ID 11727480
01:04:53
This is amazing
Paul Kloppenborg
01:04:53
Yes....http://library.angliss.edu.au/special-collections
kristina - 11683798
01:05:00
Is this special collection only able to be accessed by students/public when Vicky is in the library?
Simone Johnston
01:05:34
How do you determine what to include in the special collection? Do you regularly evaluate the collections on display?
Paul Kloppenborg
01:05:42
Vicky is full time..so always welcome to visit.....the URL explains the collections
Paul Kloppenborg
01:06:24
There is a collection policy for special collections...nearly all Australian culinary material
REYNOLDSN2P
01:06:39
Paul you are doing a great job in answering all the questions. thank you so much!
Nicole Harker
01:06:57
Very fascinating!
christinamcleod
01:07:23
I wish i knew before I had to clean out my grand parents
Jade Smith
01:08:53
Vicky's role sounds amazing. After her tour, could she provide a bit of information on how she came to be in her role? Does she have experience in the food industry in addition to library experience?
Yvette Stiles
01:09:59
Where online are the digitised versions of the collection?
Trisha Templeton
01:10:02
Hey Paul - How has technology improved the library as an information agency?
Mark Prentice 60939424
01:11:08
My dad was a cook in the RAAF in the 1950s and 1960s and a chef in some high class places in the 70s, cooked for governor generals and Prince Charles, and had heaps of memorabilia. All gone now. If only we'd known
Val 11712107
01:11:37
Base ingredient for every librarian...passion! This is wonderful.
Anita
01:11:46
Paul/Marg, do you find that the hard copy collection is still highly used (rather than online), given the proportion of students who are VET rather than HE students?
sienna 11714065
01:11:51
I love that last collection! So beautiful!
Simone Johnston
01:11:57
Wow Mark that is amazing!!!
Ruth Thatcher
01:11:58
Amazing!
Tracey 11711664
01:12:07
Fabulous thanks!
Maryanne Ross
01:12:40
Will Vicky let us know how she got in the role?
Paul Kloppenborg
01:12:45
Hi Trisha...I think that is a thesis research question
Val 11712107
01:12:54
Thanks Vicki Q. Great.
Simone Johnston
01:12:54
Thank you Vicky it was really interesting
Belinda mclean
01:16:28
Sorry I thought this session started at 1.30
Asim Qayyum
01:17:54
We started at 12:30
Pete 11168563
01:18:00
Daniel, apart from your Info/lib quals have you needed to learn about specific subjects to work as a liaison librarian?
Anita
01:18:12
Daniel, do you think your role will increase, given that TAFE is looking to increase its reference services? Will there be a need for a reference desk in the future?
Simone Johnston
01:18:21
It must be difficult to ensure resources are up to date and align with course requirements? What are these challenges?
Belinda mclean
01:19:10
do you colab with other state tafes?
Janet M 11734384
01:19:50
I'm really sorry I need to leave. This has been really interesting, thank you
Pete 11168563
01:20:58
Thank you Daniel, very helpful answer.
Simone Johnston
01:22:44
Sounds like Daniel’s role is similar to being a teacher librarian working with all staff across all faculties and subject areas
Val 11712107
01:23:29
Thanks Daniel, great!
christinamcleod
01:23:37
Thank you everyone
Simone Johnston
01:23:39
Thank you Daniel - very interesting
Joshua 11707939
01:23:42
thankyou
Jacinta 11725044
01:23:44
Thank you to everyone, very interesting!
Tess
01:23:44
thank you!
Ruth Thatcher
01:23:45
Thank you all so much! That was amazing!
Nicole Harker
01:23:45
Thank you, this has been fantastic.
kristina - 11683798
01:23:46
Thank you everyone!
Helen Bourne
01:23:46
Thank you everyone
Cigdem PS TL
01:23:47
Thank you everyone!
Alyssa Miskin 11729567
01:23:47
Thank you
Sarah Cain 117342244
01:23:47
Thank you
Karina 11708406
01:23:48
Thank you
Gemma Dean
01:23:48
Thank you all
Sander Deklerck
01:23:48
Thank you everyone
Michael 11630031
01:23:49
Thank you!
Annelise 11724433
01:23:49
thanks!
Adrian Pua 11717664
01:23:49
Thanks everyone, great session!
REYNOLDSN2P
01:23:50
thanks everyone. Great virtual visit.
christinamcleod
01:23:50
I agree Simone
Halie 11711596
01:23:50
Thanks so much, everyone :)
Tracey 11711664
01:23:50
Very helpful thanks!
Chris Hyde
01:23:50
Thank you everybody!
Penny 11676291
01:23:50
Thanks so much!
Peter
01:23:51
TY
Jade Smith
01:23:51
Hi Paul, if you could please include my question on Vicky's role and journey to that role, that would be wonderful!
Catherine - 11722992
01:23:51
Thank you so much everyone - fascinating 'visit'
Anita
01:23:51
Thank you everyone, a wonderful presentation, with a lot of thought put into it.
Amy Fulton
01:23:53
Thanks Paul and team. Very interesting and informative
Cassandra - 11726164
01:23:53
Thank you all!
Shamus O'Loughlin
01:23:53
Thank you
Sean O'Connor
01:23:54
Thank you everyone!
Simone Johnston
01:23:54
Thank you Paul and everyone for organising
Jade Smith
01:23:54
Thank you so much everyone
Kirsti Brady 11174216
01:23:54
Thanks Paul. Very interesting
Will Hilton
01:23:56
Thank you, very generous of you all to share you time.
Melinda 11573953
01:23:56
Thank you!
Emily Davidson 11614994
01:23:56
Thankyou! This has been very interesting and informative :)
Belinda mclean
01:23:56
sorry I missed most of it. thanks :)
Lucy Bramble 11655985
01:23:57
Thank you, everyone.
Maryanne Ross
01:23:57
Thank you
Trisha Templeton
01:23:57
thanks paul and don't forget my thesis question :)
Yin Sun 11717084
01:23:58
Thank you!
Lynne 11707206
01:23:58
Thank you!
Jenna 11644933
01:23:58
thanks very interesting indeed
Sally Kershler 11680726
01:23:58
Thank you very much!
Sarah Stephens
01:23:58
Thank you!
Liz
01:24:01
Thank you very much, a great tour.
Pete 11168563
01:24:02
Thank you all. Very informative session.
Val 11712107
01:24:03
Thanks Paul and everyone. Very useful and informative
Patrice Marchbank
01:24:03
Thank you! That was wonderful!
Jaime 11650681
01:24:04
Thanks everyone
Monica
01:24:05
Thank you
Cate Ryan ID 11727480
01:24:12
Thank you so good
Katie 11646808
01:24:13
Thanks everyone!
Jennifer 11737528
01:24:15
Thanks all
Justine Cook
01:24:18
Thanks so much for all of the effort you went to
Raewyn 11676041
01:24:21
Such a rich learning experience. Thank you to the whole team.
Bree_Abbott
01:24:22
Thank you, this has been fantastic. I'm so intrigued by special collections and this has given me some great ideas for out little community library
Katrina Marsden
01:24:28
Katrina Marsden 11675314. Thank you.
sienna 11714065
01:24:30
Thank you for the tour/session, wonderful!
Deborah Nicklin 11689283
01:24:39
Thank you so much.