The Research Assistance & Development for Australian Researchers (RADAR) Grant is a LISRA project initiative aimed at fostering research activities in library and information science (LIS) by bringing together LIS academics, and LIS practitioners, to explore a research problem.
This free online seminar will provide the opportunity for the library and information community in Australia (and internationally) to learn about the findings and outcomes of projects funded by the RADAR Grant.
It will also provide the opportunity to critically consider the question: How can we break down the silos between LIS academy and LIS practice to collaboratively engage in research that directly informs our professional practice, and advances our knowledge base?
- 29th August 2018
- 12.00pm-1:30pm QLD, NSW, ACT, Vic, Tas
- 11.30pm-1:00pm SA, NT
- 10.00am-11:30am WA
Online Via Zoom: Simply click on the following link and follow the prompts to install Zoom and participate https://usq.zoom.us/j/129332156
For those not able to attend the seminar, you can follow along via Twitter at #lisraproject
- Professor Helen Partridge, University of Southern Queensland
RADAR Grant project members:
- Edward Luca, University of Sydney
- Bhuva Narayan, University of Technology Sydney
- Belinda Tiffen, University of Technology Sydney
- Ashely England, University of Technology Sydney
- Dana McKay, Swinburne University of Technology
- George Buchanan, University of Melbourne
- Debra Cooper, Logan City Council Library
- Elham Sayyad Abdi, Queensland University of Technology
- Kathleen Smeaton, University of Queensland
Remember this is a free online session which is open to all. There is no need to register, simply follow the prompts at the URL above. If additional information is required please check out our simple Zoom participation guide (PDF).