Person

Gillian Hallam

Description

Gillian Hallam is a freelance information professional based in Brisbane, Australia. Her consultancy projects include activities in the academic library, public library, government library and the National/State library sectors. She has a strong interest in the intersection between libraries and learning, with work undertaken in the areas of staff development, workforce planning, libraries as learning organisations, ePortfolios and eTextbooks.

Identifiers

ORCID ID

0000-0003-0153-3856

ScopusID

12753233600

ResearcherID

G-5590-2013

Recently added resources

Report

30 Oct 2017
262

This study examines the views of senior executives and policy managers about the future of government library services.

Report

15 Apr 2016
19

The Executive and membership of AGLIN are encouraged to review the research findings presented in this report and to work together to consider the range of strategies which will build the capacity of and secure a strong and relevant future for the association, and by...

Literature review

4 Apr 2016
197

Abstract

Ongoing financial, administrative, and technological changes present significant challenges and opportunities for government libraries in delivering services to their clients. Determining how government library and information services might best confront these challenges and take advantage of new opportunities is crucial for the...

Report

21 Feb 2011
631

This report provides a comparison of how the higher education (HE) and vocational education and training (VET) sectors are using e-portfolios.

ePortfolio use by university students in Australia: Informing excellence in policy and practice (Supplementary Report) is now available and provides a valuable comparison...

Discussion paper

2 Jun 2010
22

The Queensland Government Agency Libraries Review was undertaken during the period January-June 2010. The research project was sponsored jointly by the Director-General, Department of the Premier and Cabinet, and the Director-General, Department of Public Works. The objective of the project was to examine future options...

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