Queensland University Libraries Office of Cooperation (QULOC) is a collaborative organisation, which provides a framework for information exchange, good practice development, cooperative activities and the promotion of common interests which support the teaching, learning and research needs of member institutions. QULOC is a non-incorporated non-profit entity.

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Rachael Harrison
Queensland University of Technology
Phone: 0434 601 827

  • Smart, Savvy & Social II
    In February 2017 the “21stCentury Academic: Smart, Savvy and Social” workshop was delivered for the first time at the Brisbane Research Bazaar (RezBaz).   Smart, Savvy & Social II will guide Liaison Librarians on how they...
  • QULOC News #22 now available
    QULOC News #22 now available http://www.quloc.org.au/QULOC+News+Issue+22+2017  In this edition:Farewells and welcomes to University Librarians' CommitteeQULOC Professional Development Scholarship recipients and reportsUpdates from the un...
  • NVivo Pro – Getting Started
    NVivo Pro – Getting Started The NVivo Pro – Getting Started workshop is designed to expand Liaison Librarians’ understanding of the digital literacies required in today’s academic environment.   NVivo is a us...

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