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Rachael Harrison
Queensland University of Technology
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  • Webinar: Lightning Talks - Analytics for libraries: Trends, tools and uses
    Lightning Talks - Analytics for libraries: Trends, tools and usesThe use of analytics in higher education has grown in recent years with ‘Learning Analytics’ consistently appearing on the NMC Horizon Report. Libraries have delved into ...
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    The University of Queensland Library is currently recruiting for the following position: Patron Management AssistantHEW 3 Information Systems and Resource Services This position is a member of both the Patron Management and Learning Resources Tea...
  • Digital Humanities Pathways Forum - Griffith University
     You are invited to attend our Digital Humanities Pathways Forum  which will demonstrate local and national eResearch tools and services available to researchers working across the humanities, arts and social sciences. It is an opportuni...


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