Poster Presentations

This is an opportunity to display information about innovative projects or activities in an informal, interactive environment. Posters will remain in the display area throughout the conference. Poster presenters need to bring their printed posters with them. A velcro compatible board will be provided or mobile display posters are welcome. Please note:

  • Electricity/internet connection is not provided to the board but poster presenters will be able to stand near their posters and talk with delegates
  • Poster presenters must register for the conference – poster presenters will be contacted once they register
  • A PDF file of the poster and abstract (containing author, title and contact information) is to be provided by 29 April 2011 to This will not be used during the conference but is for loading to the m-libraries website after the event.
  • Poster sizes – “AO size” or 75cm (wide) by 120cm (high) approximately.

Posters will be available for viewing at lunchtime on both days of the conference. The following posters will be available for viewing:

Title Author Abstract
Getting Your Program Out There
View Poster (PDF 313.4 KB)
Linda Barron
Client Learning Coordinator
State Library of Queensland, Australia
(PDF 12.0 KB)
The Number in my Pocket: the Power of Mobile Technology for the Exchange of Indigenous Knowledge
View Poster (PDF 2.6 MB)

Elizabeth Greyling
Senior Systems Librarian, eThekwini Municipal Library
99 Umgeni Road, Durban, 4000, South Africa

Niall McNulty
McN2 Digital Heritage Consultants
52 Banfield Crescent, Morningside, Durban, 4000, South Africa

(PDF 18.0 KB)

Rapid use study of the iPad on a campus bus
View poster (PDF 38.3 KB)

Jim Hahn,
Orientation Services Librarian, University of Illinois, USA
(PDF 65.4 KB)
Supporting Online and Mobile Instruction: The Animated Tutorial Sharing Project
View poster (PDF 1.2 MB)
Carmen Kazakoff-Lane
Associate Librarian
Brandon University,
Manitoba, Canada
(PDF 41.5 KB)

Mapping a library - how hard can it be?
View Poster (PDF 4.8 MB)

Ken MacAlpine
University of Southern Queensland, Australia
(PDF 8.9 KB)