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  • Balnaves, E (2014). Complex harvesting for content from public sources and email. In VALA 2014, Melbourne. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS] [MODS]





  • Balnaves, E. & Huynh, M. (2010). Integrating document delivery and library services using open source systems. Health Inform, . [More] [Bibtex] [RIS] [MODS]


  • Keast, D., Balnaves, E., Czuchnowski, J. & Balnaves, J. (2009). The origins of Inter Library Loans in Australia in relation to special libraries, Melbourne, 9th Australian Library History Conference, Swinburne University. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS] [MODS]
  • Balnaves, E. & Keast, D. (2009). Open source systems bring Web 2.0 to special libraries, Brisbane, International Conference of Medical Libraries. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS] [MODS]
  • Balnaves, E. & Chehade, M. (2009). Smart Client approaches to digital archiving of e-journals. The Digital Library, 27(5). [More] [Bibtex] [RIS] [MODS]


  • Balnaves, E. (2008). Open source library management systems: a multidimensional evaluation. Australian Academic & Research Libraries, AARL, 39(1), 1-13. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS] [MODS]
  • Balnaves, E. & Chehade, M. (2008). Smart-client approaches to digital archiving of e-journals, Alice Springs, ALIA Biennial Conference. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex] [RIS] [MODS]


  • Balnaves, E. (2007). Library 2.0 & Web 2.0. IFLA Information Technology Newsletter, . [More] [Bibtex] [RIS] [MODS]
  • Meier, A. (2007). Improving access to transport information through resource and knowledge sharing, Melbourne, Papers of the 30th Australasian Transport Research Forum, ETM Group. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS] [MODS]
  • Balnaves, E. (2007). Integrating Federated Searches in an Inter-library Loans System. Information Online, . [More] [Bibtex] [RIS] [MODS]
  • Balnaves, E. (2007). Ensuring equitable participation in a resource-sharing network: Gratisnet case study. Australian Academic & Research Libraries, 38(4), 252-257. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS] [MODS]


  • Standish, F. (2006). The GLASS model could be your answer!. InCite, , 15. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS] [MODS]
  • Balnaves, E. (2006). Demand balancing in fee-free resource sharing community networks with unequal resource distribution. Digital Humanities, . [More] [Bibtex] [RIS] [MODS]



  • Balnaves, E. (2004). Content Reuse in the World Wide Web: A model-based approach. Phd Thesis. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS] [MODS]
  • Balnaves, E. (2004). Systematic approaches to long term digital resource management, Newcastle, Computing Arts 2004 Conference. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS] [MODS]


  • Blayney, G. & Standish, F. (2003). Through the looking glass: the path to a successful Inter-Library loan consortium, Adelaide, 10th Asia Pacific Special, Health and Law Librarians' Conference. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS] [MODS]
  • Balnaves, E. (2003). Escrow Management of Digital Resources, Adelaide, 4th Australian Information Warfare and Security conference. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS] [MODS]


  • Balnaves, E. (2001). Information Systems in the Arts and Humanities: An overview. University of Sydney. [More] [Digital version] [Bibtex] [RIS] [MODS]
  • Patrick, J., Balnaves, E., Kam, T., Ler, D. & Yeates, T. (2001). A Case Study of multimedia Architecture Design: workflow and version control for regeneration of multimedia systems. The Third Australasian Workshop on Software and System Architectures, , 102-135. [More] [Bibtex] [RIS] [MODS]
  • Balnaves, E. & Patrick, J. (2001). Managing multimedia content databases. Digital Research, . [More] [Bibtex] [RIS] [MODS]




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