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School of Computer and Security Science, Edith Cowan University, Perth, Western Australia


Librarians and information technology professionals around Australia are participating in ANDS‐funded data management projects aimed at building infrastructure and services to enable Australian research data to be discoverable and accessible. The Roundtable will explore local experience in implementing ANDS‐funded research data management projects with a panel of speakers from the Australian National Data Service (Mathew Wyatt), Edith Cowan University Library (Julia Gross), the University of Western Australia Library (Toby Burrows) and Curtin University, Division of Information Technology Services (Salim Taleb).

The seminar will be of interest to anyone interested in the preservation and management of research data.


The Australian National Data Service (ANDS) ( provides funding to foster partnerships and build infrastructure to enable better local data management in Australian universities and research institutions. Begun in 2008, ANDS has received $72 million of Commonwealth funding. ANDS aims to establish infrastructure and services for an Australian research data commons in which research data with enduring value and the potential for reuse, is preserved and managed for continuing accessibility.

mwyatt-ANDS-ECU-16-05-2011-1.pptx (3248 kB)
Mike Wyatt's presentation

wyatt-ANDS-16-05-2011-1.mp3 (3573 kB)
Audio recording of Mike Wyatt's presentation

jgross-ANDS-ECU-16-05-2011-2.pptx (1764 kB)
Julia Gross's presentation

gross-ANDS-16-05-2011-2.mp3 (2520 kB)
Audio recording of Julia Gross's presentation

staleb-ANDS-ECU-16-05-2011-4.pptx (736 kB)
Salim Taleb's presentation

salim-ANDS-16-05-2011-4.mp3 (5192 kB)
Audio recording of Salim Taleb's presentation

tburrows-ANDS-ECU-16-05-2011-3.pptx (2500 kB)
Toby Burrows's presentation

burrows-ANDS-16-05-2011-3.mp3 (3583 kB)
Audio recording of Toby Burrows's presentation