In June this year, I my article, “Pressures, opportunities and costs facing research library acquisitions budgets: an Australian perspective”, in the peer-reviewed Australian Library Journal.
The Australian Library Journal is an internationally recognised journal that showcases the best of Australian library and information research and practice. It is the acknowledged flagship publication of the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA).
This is the culmination of many hours of research, transcribing and editing…editing… editing, and forms the pinnacle of my scholarly career (so far?).
The publication of this article cements me as a peer-reviewed author, something I didn’t think I would achieve without a PhD. A great and unexpected outcome of my post-graduate studies at University of Melbourne.