CRIG Seminar

An annual CAVAL professional development and networking event for librarians working in university libraries.

CRIG Seminar 2017 - Librarians as researchers

Date : Wednesday 8th November2017

Venue : Angliss Conference Centre, William Angliss Institute, Building A, Level 5, 555 La Trobe Street, Melbourne, Victoria

Register here. Last day to register is Wednesday 1 November 2017.

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See program details below.

The annual CRIG seminar is organised by the CSC (CRIG Seminar Committee), a working party of CRIG.

The preliminary program for the 2017 CRIG seminar is now available.

Registration cost: $150 for staff from CAVAL member libraries. $235 for non-members. 

Librarians as researchers

Program Highlights

Our invited speakers

  • Prof Lisa M. Given. Embracing your inner researcher: Strategies for successful research practice in the information professions
  • Dr Sue Reynolds and Ellen O’Hehir. A match made in heaven: Practitioners and academics researching together

3 research project presentations

Choose from 4 exciting sessions based on your interests (book early to secure your preferred session as numbers are capped for some workshops)

  • Session 1: Moving from question to project: Creating meaningful research
  • Session 2: Doing a PhD: Why on Earth would you do that to yourself?!
  • Session 3: Break & enter: Research collaboration doesn’t happen overnight
  • Session 4: Participatory research for a better library homepage

Participate in a Communities of Practice session – facilitated small group discussions to support cross-institutional knowledge sharing.

Listen to lightning talks