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Last day #blogjune reflections and ERA

  Continuing my theme of a picture on Friday I wanted to capture the large liquid amber tree in my front yard.  It has now lost most of its leaves and in the midst of a cold winter to capture … Continue reading

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Kathryn’s 28th suggestion

So back on 17th June when Paul  @paulhagon  suggested a topic for the 21st Kathryn Greenhill @libsmatter suggested a topic for 28th.  Thanks Kathryn.  In last days of #blogjune it is hard to fill up the page. 1. If you … Continue reading

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Access to the Research Commons

Access to the Research Commons should be automatically granted on swiping staff/student cards to staff, researchers and to HDR graduate students.  However the reality has been a bit awkward.  The definition of HDR graduate students should be Masters by research … Continue reading

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Sermon reflections

Continuing theme of listening to God, today was listening via Holy Spirit. We started off with a briefing of the what and who the Holy Spirit is as part of the trinity and essence of God.  Then a briefing on … Continue reading

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Coffee ride to Essendon

Today was again a winter’s day when the sun was out but there was a chill in the air.  Also there had been rain overnight so the roads were wet and potentially slippery so I was overly slow and cautious … Continue reading

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Southbank

The bonus of the NVIVO training was that the location was in the city of Melbourne and close to Southbank.  So popping out at lunchtime in the winter sun was a treat. We were quite stretched to learn the functionalities … Continue reading

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NVIVO

Today and tomorrow I am undertaking training in NVIVO software.  It is tricky.  We have a library guide about it. We have had staff in the past who had knowledge of it and trained with it.  Currently we have a … Continue reading

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