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Suggestions for collaboration based on hard-won experience

On Tuesday last week I took to the stage at the University of the Sunshine Coast innovation centre for the CAIRSS community day, I talked about seven things we’re doing wrong. By Friday I was in Tokyo, at the Tokyo Institute of Technology in building rejoicing in the name Tokyo Tech Front another nice venue. This time I was presenting a similar but more positive list that I put together with Kate Watson, my CAIRSS colleague.

The theme of the conference was Open Access now and in the future, from the global and Asia-Pacific points of view so we put together a summary of where we see Australian university Institutional Repositories, with some suggestions for future collaboration based on our own experience of four years or so of IR development in Australia. This was might first time presenting with a translator, so I was glad that the presentation was relatively simple; I took it one point at a time and paused for the Japanese version.

Copyright Peter Sefton, 2009. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.5 Australia. <http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/au/>

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