In addition to the following publications and presentations (and this blog) I also wrote for Libraries Interact.


Jessie Donaghey, Peta Hopkins (2017) Countdown to launch: 10 things for the new Primo UI (Melbourne: ANZREG Conference; 22-23 May 2017)


Joc, Karen. Hopkins, Peta; Donaghey, Jessie and Abbott, Wendy (2016) Two roads, one destination: a journey of discovery (Melbourne: VALA; 11 February 2016)
Abstract available - full text for VALA members Link to full text in repository will be provided when available.
Presentation (video via mediasite)


Hopkins, Peta, Hare, Jo, Donaghey, Jessie, & Abbott, Wendy. (2014). Geo, audio, video, photo: how digital convergence in mobile devices facilitates participatory culture in libraries. The Australian Library Journal, 1-12. doi: 10.1080/00049670.2014.984379 (Published online in 2014, print in 2015)


Abbott, W., Donaghey, J., Hare, J. Hopkins, P. (2013). The Perfect Storm: the convergence of social, mobile and photo technologies in Libraries. Presented at: VALA: Streaming with possibilities. Melbourne, Australia; 3-6th February, 2014.
Presentation (prezi)


Panel member for:
Abbott, W., Donaghey, J., Hare, J., Saw, G. (2013). An Instagram is worth a thousand words - an industry panel session at ALIA Information Online 2013. Presented at: Information Online : Do Different, Be Different. Brisbane, Australia: ALIA.
Panel Presentation

Abbott, W., Donaghey, J., Hare, J., & Hopkins, P. (2013). An Instagram is worth a thousand words: an industry panel and audience Q&A. Library Hi Tech News, 30(7), 1-1.


Peta J. Hopkins, Yammering@Bond presented to a class at Bond University (Gold Coast: March 2012)


Peta J. Hopkins, What is Google+ ? presented at Social Media Club Gold Coast 2011 (Gold Coast : 25 August 2011)


Peta J. Hopkins, Share Stuff presented at podgampgc 2010 (Gold Coast : 20 February 2010)


Peta J. Hopkins,Engaging with web 2.0 technologies: implementing enterprise content management at Bond University. Presented at Educause Australasia 2009 (Perth : 3-6 May 2009)
Presentation slides with audio

Kathryn Greenhill, Peta Hopkins, Penelope Coutas, Constance Wiebrands, Personal Learning Environments: What works for Librarians. A symposium at Educause Australasia 2009 (Perth : 3-6 May 2009)
Presentation slides, Companion Wiki

Peta J. Hopkins, Social media for a small group. Presented at Social Media Club Gold Coast, 26 March, 2009.
Screencast with audio

Peta J Hopkins, Bond case study. Presented at Enterprise 2.0 Executive Forum, 24 February, 2009.
Presentation slides.


Michael J Rees and Peta J Hopkins, Towards integration of social media with traditional information systems.
Presented at International Conference of Computer Mediated Social Networking in Dunedin 11- 13 June, 2008. In: Computer-mediated Social Networking First International Conference, ICCMSN 2008, Dunedin, New Zealand, June 11-13, 2009, Revised Selected Papers. Edited by Maryam Purvis and Bastin Tony Roy Savarimuth. Springer-Verlag, New York, 2009. Lecture Notes in Computer Science

(DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-02276-0_13)
Presentation slides and audio.

Peta J. Hopkins, Libraries Interact - a personal view of practical 2.0
This paper was presented at Beyond the Hype: Web 2.0 symposium. 1-2 February 2008 at Queensland University of Technology.
Presentation slides.

Peta J. Hopkins, Blog Basics
Presented in L plates series at VALA 2008
Presentation slides.

Peta J. Hopkins, Cool Tools and Quirky Gadgets
Presented in L plates series at VALA 2008

Peta J. Hopkins, Bond Librarians Chat
Presented at Library 2.0 Unconferece (Queensland State Library : 20 November 2008)
Presentation slides and post-conference audio recording.


Peta J. Hopkins and Michael J. Rees, Creating a Branded Information Environment with Social Media : positioning Bond University within Web 2.0. epublications@Bond

Peta J. Hopkins, LibWorld - Australia
A post in the LibWorld series on library blogging in Australia. Posts in this series are now available in a book.
LibWorld : library blogging worldwide (2008), edited by Christian Hausche, Sarah Lohre, & Nadine Ullman.

Peta J. Hopkins and Michael J. Rees, Practical RSS for teaching and learning
This presentation covers what RSS is and how it can be used in a feed reader, or news aggregator, to keep up to date. There are also some examples of how it has been used for teaching purposes.

Wendy Abbott and Peta J. Hopkins, Using electronic resources to enhance teaching and learning
The presentation covers the use of electronic resources provided by Bond University Library and how to keep up to date using alerting services by email and rss feeds.

Peta J. Hopkins and David Allen, 20 cool 2.0 tools.
Presented at Libraries and Social Software, a QULOC ICT seminar.

Peta J. Hopkins, Social Bookmarking
Presented at Libraries and Social Software, a QULOC ICT seminar.


Mark Sutherland and Peta Hopkins, Open Source or Off-the-Shelf? Establishing an institutional repository for a small institution.
Paper presented at the Information Online 2007 13th Exhibition and Conference, Sydney, 30th January – 1st February 2007. Australian Library and Information Association. Paper and presentation slides available.


Joanna P. Richardson Dr. and Peta J. Hopkins, Selecting an ILMS for a future you can't imagine.
Paper presented at VALA 2004. Presentation slides available.


Peta J. Hopkins, MARC records services - an aggregated assault
Presentation from the Spydus User Conference Maroochydore.