Associate Director, Research, Collections, Systems & Infrastructure
BEd (ECU), GradDipComp(Curtin), GradDipInfo&LibStud(Curtin), AALIA
Responsibilities and interests
Peter currently holds the position of Associate Director, Research, Collections, Systems and Infrastructure within the Library. Research, Collections, Systems and Infrastructure provides support for the University’s strategic research objectives through Curtin’s institutional repository, advice and training in areas such as scholarly communications, open access, copyright, bibliometrics and research data management, and is responsible for development and maintenance of the Library’s collections. It acquires and facilitates access to scholarly resources, manages the John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library, creates digital research archives and the reserve collection.
He is a past Chair of the Australian Digital Theses Technical Committee, which provides advice on technical issues related to the ADT program and he was involved in the recent ADT Expansion and Redevelopment Project as Consultant Technical Director until its successful completion in 2006. Prior to that he was the Project Manager of the WAGUL Authentication Project on a part-time basis from 2001 until the end of April 2004.
He is interested in all matters that relate to the provision of information services in the digital age. The emerging semantic web would appear to have the most potential for causing a major change to how the information profession does its business, though we may not feel its effect for some years. In the shorter term his areas of interest include the utilisation of university portals by libraries, the Open Archive Initiative and the long term preservation of digital objects.
He moderates the WAIN (Western Australian Information Network) e-mail discussion list. WAIN has provided a service to the information profession in WA since 1994, currently has over 1000 subscribers and allows the dissemination of information regarding professional activities, positions that become available and other matters of general interest to the information profession.
He was awarded the Sharr Medal in 1993. This prestigious award is for the graduate most likely to have a positive impact on the library and information profession in Western Australia. It is awarded by the Western Australian Branch of the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA).
In 2013 Peter led the team that contributed to the National Year of Reading through the creation of Curtin Library’s National Year of Reading Blog.
Publications and presentations
Green, P. 2014, ‘Implementing a Next Generation Library System’, In 35th Annual IATUL Conference, Aalto University Helsinki, Finland, June 2014. Available from:http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/iatul/2014/libservsys/1/ [21 July 2014]
Green, P. 2012, ‘Visualization for New Generation Users in the Age of the Electronic Book’, In 33rd Annual IATUL Conference, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, June 2012. Available from:http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/iatul/2012/papers/42/ [13 July 2012]
Green, P. 2007, ‘Bridging the Gap: Boomer Librarians Lure Millennial Students to the library’ , In EDUCAUSE Australasia Melbourne , Melbourne, May 2007. Available from:http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11937/8942 [13 July 2012]
Green, P. 2005, ‘GROWING THE LIBRARY’S PRESENCE IN A UNIVERSITY WIDE STUDENT PORTAL’, In EDUCAUSE Australasia Auckland – The Next Wave of Collaboration, Auckland, April 2005. Available from: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11937/14812 [13 July 2012]
Moynihan, C.T., Geoghegan, I.A. & Green, P. 2005, ‘The web of collaboration: teamwork behind the scenes of the online learning experience’, In EDUCAUSE Australasia Auckland – The Next Wave of Collaboration, Auckland, April 2005. Available from:http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11937/26241 [13 July 2012]
Green, P. 2005, ‘ Connecting our community: providing the community’s digital needs ‘, In Western Australian Local Government Librarians Association 2005, Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, March 2005.
Cargnelutti, T. & Green, P. 2005, ‘Content Is King: Developing And Expanding The Australian Digital Theses Program’, In Information Online 2005, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1-3 February 2005. Available from: https://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.3850827.v1 [27 September 2016]
Green, P. 2004, ‘Distributed authentication for the Western Australian University Libraries’, In Breaking Boundaries: Integration and Interoperability, Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre, 3-5 February 2004. Victorian Association for Library Automation. Available from: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11937/30633 [13 July 2012]
Sutherland, A. & Green, P. 2004, ‘An OpenURL resolver (SFX) in action: the answer to a librarian’s prayer or a burden for technical services?’, In Breaking Boundaries: Integration and Interoperability, Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre, 3-5 February 2004. Victorian Association for Library Automation. Available from:http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11937/31141 [13 July 2012]
Green, P. & Reid, T.A. 2003, ‘A Distributed Authentication Infrastructure for Western Australian Universities’, In Proceedings EDUCAUSE IN AUSTRALASIA 2003: Expanding the Learning Community – Meeting the Challenges, Adelaide Convention Centre, pp. 420-430. Available from:http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11937/40962 [13 July 2012]
Green, P. 2002, ‘Building a shared authentication infrastructure: a matter of trust’, In Proceedings 11th VALA Biennial Conference and Exhibition, 2002: E-volving Information Futures, Victorian Association for Library Automation, Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre, pp. 565-573. Available from:http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11937/18287 [13 July 2012]
- Green, P. 2015, ‘Curtin Library Rocking the (meta)data’ at THETA Australasia, Gold Coast, May 2015 http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.1495336
Green, P. 2013, ‘Planning the (virtual) Library’ at THETA Australasia, Hobart, April 2013 http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.1495558
Green, P. 2013, ‘Next Generation Library Management Systems’ at THETA Australasia, Hobart, April 2013http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.1495559
Green, P. 2014, ‘Virtualising the Bookshelf’, In 35th Annual IATUL Conference, Aalto University Helsinki, Finland, June 2014. Available from: http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/iatul/2014/posters/3/ [21 July 2014]
Associate Director, Learning, Engagement & Global
Kate’s role is to provide leadership to the Learning, Engagement & Global teams in the Library. The teams provide interactive and personalised learning experiences and facilities for student academic success, partner with staff in the learning and teaching process, and lead the Library’s engagement and international programs. They also look after libraries at Curtin Graduate School of Business, Kalgoorlie and our Curtin regional education library services.
Kate is also responsible for the Library’s contribution to the Curtin Reconciliation Action Plan and the University’s Disability Access and Inclusion Plan.