Linda Kalejs Digital Humanities Australasia 2018

Linda Kalejs

David Groenewegen David Groenewegen is Director, Research at Monash University Library. He is responsible for Library client services to the science, technology, engineering and medicine disciplines at Monash University, as well as the contribution the Library makes to the University's research activity. This includes oversight and development of the institutional repository and Monash University Publishing. He is also the University's research data management strategy lead and has broad oversight of three branch libraries. He was a foundation Director of the Australian National Data Service, where he was involved with the development and implementation of data management solutions across the Australian university sector. He has wide-ranging experience working in the areas of electronic information provision and related technology. He holds a Masters Degree in History from the University of Melbourne, and a Graduate Diploma in Information Management from RMIT University. Linda Kalejs Linda has over 15 years of industry experience working in Higher Education Libraries, leading, coordinating and designing programs for Graduate Researchers, ECRs, Academic staff and Research teams in collaboration with other University stakeholders. In her current role as Manager Peninsula Library, and previously as Research and Learning Coordinator and Faculty Team Leader, Art Design and Architecture, she has coordinated teams of Learning Skills Advisers and Subject Librarians providing advice on curriculum alignment, development of student research, learning and employability skills, embedding those within the curriculum. Linda has a Bachelor of Arts [Monash]; Graduate Diploma in Information Services [RMIT] and a Master of Management (Arts and Entertainment) [Deakin]. Linda has published widely and presented at conferences, in the areas of Graduate Research; Student engagement and skill development, Copyright, and MOOC development, relating directly to her roles in the Library and collaborations with academic and research staff within the University. Her current research interests include networked learning, digital literacy and learning organisation theory within research communities.

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