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WSU library staff first APO 'trusted contributors'

APO was recently invited to present at the Research Community Support Day held as a satellite event to ALIA's Information Online conference in February. Institutional repositories and university librarians are keen to know how they can help support researchers to achieve engagement and impact as part of new criteria being developed by the ARC.

APO Website and Database Redesign

A new visual design, database upgrade and data hosting capabilities will be launched over Easter (we hope!)

The APO team has been working very hard on a new visual design, database upgrade and enhancing APO's capacity to host data sets as well as documents.

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Survey for the Low Carbon Built Environment Knowledge Hub project

Do you need information about sustainability and carbon reduction strategies to help you make your design decisions in policy or practice? If so, we would like you to complete this survey.

The information you provide will help us to develop an online knowledge hub.

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Want to gain insights on how data can change the way the public sector works with its citizens and provides better social and economic outcomes?

APO now has a Table Top Scribe System for digitising hardcopy resources

APO is pleased to announce the arrival of our new Table Top Scribe System.

In partnership with the Internet Archive, APO will soon call for expressions of interest from individuals or organisations wishing to use this equipment to digitise hardcopy material. Resources will then be hosted by both APO and the Internet Archive.

Migration of URLs (Uniform Resource Locators) to permanent URIs (Uniform Resource Identifiers) on APO

This New Year we are making the change to permanent URIs (Uniform Resource Identifiers) to support long-term persistence for finding resources on APO.

All resources held by APO will be found via permanent URIs (Uniform Resource Identifiers) from 1 January 2017.

For accuracy, we advise that APO readers should update your bookmarks, links and publication references to the new URIs however all previously existing alias URLs will also be redirected to the URIs.

Here's an example:

APO Top Tens 2016

Once again we've compiled lists of the most viewed resources on APO for the year overall and in our eight main subject areas.  Check them out to see if your report is one of these or for some summer reading alternatives.  Don't be coy about reading hard hitting quality policy research on the beach.  And please let us know if you meet like minded souls with equally weighty pdfs in hand.