Agenda – Day 2 – 25th July 2019

We’re currently working on our agenda. Here you can see an overview of the topics and general content of the topic. We will release the full agenda with speakers, timings and locations nearer to the events. A this is a draft agenda, it is subject to change.




Welcome to Day 2

Donna Begg, Regional Manager APAC, Axiell


Workshop: Heads in the cloud – hosting vs on premise


Customer Presentation

Lucy Clark and Mandy Crook, Registrars, Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences


Customer Presentation

Robyn Barker, Senior Documentation Officer, Australian War Memorial




Workshop: Evolving your systems – Upgrades and extensions


Interactive session: Aha! and gathering your opinions on the future of the roadmap


Conference close & Lunch



State Library of NSW

Don’t miss your opportunity to explore the full riches, curiosities and history of the oldest library in Australia. Includes a showing of the new exhibition galleries in the library’s historic Mitchell Wing. Please register here if you would like to join this tour.

Our team will meet all registered guests at 2pm next to the magnificent Tasman Map on the floor of the Mitchell vestibule.


QANTAS Heritage Collection, Domestic Terminal 3 (T3)

Did you know that there is a permanent exhibition of the rich and colourful history of Qantas at the Sydney Domestic Terminal? The QANTAS collection includes artefacts and memorabilia drawn from thousands of items of historical significance donated by passengers and airline staff and is well worth a visit.

The collection is located on the mezzanine level of Sydney Domestic Terminal (T3) near Gate 13, so for those of you flying home after the conference, why not come along to the guided tour before heading to your gate! No advanced registration is required.

Evening Reception
Day 1 Agenda

“If you are in any way involved with collections management then hearing from other institutions about how they are using the products (likely in ways you are not) is absolutely fascinating and really informative. I would certainly recommend it.”

Andrew Westerman, Bath Record Office