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A
A.B. ‘Banjo’ Paterson, papers of, 25
An early version of ‘Waltzing Matilda’, 144–6
abbreviations and acronyms see shortened terms
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples see Indigenous Australians
Aboriginal Biographical Index, 17
acquisitions, notable, 137–42
action learning, 40
advertising and market research, 59
air quality issues, 5, 58
Anderson, Professor Kent, 3, 112–13
appropriations, 3, 26, 38, 43, 61
APS Employee Census, 40
asbestos remediation works, 41, 55, 62
Asia Study Grant Partners, 124
Asia Study Grants, 136
Asian and Pacific collections, 15, 20, 21, 24, 36
Asian Collections Reading Room, 13
Ask a Librarian service, 12, 23
assets, 62
Audit and Enterprise Risk Committee, 45–6, 54, 55, 56
membership and meetings, 116
audit, external and internal, 55, 56
AUSTLANG Code-a-thon, 37
AUSTLANG language codes, 17, 37
Australia–China Council oral history project, 18
Australian Children’s Laureate, 32
Australian Cyber Security Centre, 42
Australian Embassy, Jakarta, 13, 57
Australian Government Digital Awards, 16
Australian Government Web Archive, 35
Australian Jewish newspapers, 25
Australian Joint Copying Project, 45
Australian National Audit Office, 56
Australian National Bibliographic Database, 37
Australian National Maritime Museum, 24
Australian Public Service Commission, 18
Australian Public Service Modernisation Fund, 5, 42, 44–5, 55
Australian Research Council, 21
Australian Web Archive, 20, 35, 38
awards and recognition, 16, 18
Ayres, Dr Marie-Louise (Director-General), 5–7, 53, 112–13

B
Banks, Sir Joseph, 3
Beauty Rich and Rare exhibition, 3
bequests, 26, 124
bibliographies, 23
Bilyk, Senator Catryna, 3, 112–13
Black Lives Matter materials collection, 21
blog posts, 13
Blueprint see organisational redesign
books see publications collection
bookshops, onsite and online, 12, 61, 62
Brett, Professor Judith, 30
Budget Estimates hearings, 57
buildings, 15–16, 32, 45, 55, 57 see also capital works projects; heritage management; storage repositories
bushfires, 2019–2020, 45, 58
documentation of, 20
impacts of, 5, 32

C
capability, 39–46
capital works projects, 6, 41, 45, 55, 58, 62
casual staff, underpayment of, 56, 60
Chair’s Report 2019–20, 3
Children’s Book Week, 32
children’s literature exhibition, 29
Cocos Malay oral histories, 17
Collaborate (strategic priority three), 14, 34–8
performance measures, 38
qualitative evaluation, 38
collaboration and partnerships, 3, 5, 6, 42–3, 52, 124
see also Collaborate (strategic priority three)
Collect (strategic priority one), 14, 15–23
performance measures, 21–2
qualitative evaluation, 23
collection delivery standards, 16
Collection Development Acquisition Budget, 61
Collection Development Policy and Strategy 2020–21, 20, 22, 55
Collection Storage Master Plan 2019–25, 15
Comcare, 58–9
Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918, 59
Community Heritage Grants, 135
compensable claims, 58–9
conferences, 30, 36
Connect (strategic priority two), 14, 24–33
performance measures, 32–3
Conservation Management Plan, 58
Cook and the Pacific exhibition, 3, 32
Cook, Captain James, 3, 24, 30, 32, 61
Cook: Legend and Legacy online learning module, 30
Copies Direct service, 20
coronavirus see COVID-19 pandemic
corporate governance, 52, 54
Corporate Plan, 14, 54, 55
Council of the National Library of Australia, 3, 15, 44, 45, 51, 54, 55, 56
membership and meetings, 112–15
COVID-19 pandemic, 6, 43
documentation of, 20–1, 35
health risks of, 46
impacts of, 22, 26, 35, 36, 39, 44
response to, 30, 31, 32, 55, 58
Creative Arts Fellowships, 135–6
crowd-sourced geolocated maps, 42
Cultural Sensitivity filter, Trove, 17
culturally and linguistically diverse communities, 17, 18
curatorial policy, 20, 22, 55
cybersecurity, 42, 44, 56

D
deficit, 61
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, 36
Digital Classroom, 6, 30, 32
digital collection, 5, 6, 13, 21–2, 43, 45
usage, 33
digital events, 31
Digital Futures, 55
Digital Library Infrastructure Replacement Program, 43
digital platforms, 14
digital preservation, 43
digital storage, 13
DigitalNZ, 36
digitisation, 3, 25, 30
Director of Indigenous Engagement, 29
Director-General, 51, 53, 56, 121–3
Review 2019–20, 5–7
diversity initiatives, 20
divisions, organisational, 39
Document Delivery service, 20
Dubosarsky, Ursula, 32
donors, 12, 25, 26, 124–5, 132–4

E
ebooks, 30
ecologically sustainable development, 57
Emergency Planning and Business Continuity Committee, 46
Employee Census, APS, 40
employee expenses, 61
employees, 13, 39–40
learning and development, 40, 58
remuneration, 43, 121–3
secondment to Services Australia, 6
statistics, 118–20
survey, 43
working from home, 6
Endeavour250 website, 24
engagement activities, 24–33
Enlighten Festival, 30
Enterprise Agreement, 39, 43
Environment Network, 57
environmental management, 57
equity, 62
eResources portal, 6, 30, 32
errors in previous annual report, 59
events, 13
digital, 31, 32
onsite, 30
executive remuneration, 121–3
Exhibition Gallery, 13
exhibitions, 3, 13, 29, 32
expenditure, 61–2
external scrutiny, 56–7

F
Facebook, 13
Fair Work Ombudsman, 56, 60
Family and Community Historians, 23
Federation drought, 1891–1903, 28
Feedback in Action, 40
Fellowships Advisory Committee, Library, 3
fellowships and scholarships program, 12, 25, 26, 31, 135–6
financial management, 52, 55
financial performance, 61–2
financial resources, 3, 5, 22, 25–6, 34, 38, 43–5, 46
financial software upgrade, 45
First Australians portal, 17
Fletcher, the Hon Paul MP, 5, 16, 26, 51
folklore collections, 18
notable acquisitions, 141–2
Founding Patrons, 131
Friends of the National Library, 7, 12, 13
funding see financial resources
fundraising strategy, 25–6 see also financial resources; Treasured Voices Philanthropic Strategy; membership model; revenue

G
Gautier, Douglas AM, 18
General Patrons, 128–31
Gleitzman, Morris, 29
glossary, 147–8
Gold Patrons, 126
Google Analytics upgrade, 42
Governance Committee, 54, 55–6
membership and meetings, 116
government policy orders, 57
grants, 12, 124, 135
Grants and Fellowship Program, 135–6
Gregory Mathews Collection, 45
Greste, Peter, 30

H
hailstorm, January 2020, 6, 41, 45, 58
Health and Safety Representatives, 58
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) system redesign, 41, 55
Hemstritch, Jane, 3, 25, 126
heritage management, 58
highly paid staff, 121
Hirst, Janet (Deputy Chair), 3, 112–13
Horizons and Reflections: Endeavour 250 platform, 24, 61
human resources management, 118–23
Hume Annex, 15, 57
Hume Repository, 15, 45, 57
Hunter, Ruby, 18

I
In-kind Partners, 124
income, 61
Indigenous Australians, 17, 18, 37
engagement activities, 26, 29
Indigenous Graduate program, 18
Indigenous interviewer, 18
Indigenous languages, 45
searchable map of, 37
influenza vaccinations, 58
information and communications technology, 42
Information Security Management System, 42
inquiries, Library staff, 13
Instagram, 13
insurance premiums, 59
International Internet Preservation Consortium, 21, 36
international libraries, 6
interviews collection, 17–18, 19
investments, 62
IT Strategic Plan and Technology Roadmap, 42

J
John Ferguson Collection, 45
journals, 16, 30

K
Kenneth Myer Lecture, 26, 30
Key Management Personnel, 121–3

L
La Perouse Aboriginal Community, 26
languages and dialects, 17, 19 see also Indigenous languages
learning programs, 13, 23, 29–31, 30
digital and online, 32
onsite, 32
Leeser, the Hon. Julian MP, 3, 112–13
legal deposit scheme see National eDeposit (NED) scheme
legislation, 52
liabilities, 62
Libraries Australia, 34
Library and Information Association of New Zealand Aotearoa, 36
Library building, Parkes, 15, 45, 57
50th anniversary, 32
see also capital works programs; heritage management
library management system replacement, 45
Library Reopening Working Group, 46

M
magazines, 16
Main Reading Room, 13, 20
manuscripts collection, 15, 22
notable acquisitions, 139–41
Mapping in Action conference, 30
maps collection, 5, 30
notable acquisitions, 137–8
Markwell, Professor Don, 3, 112–13
Mason, the Hon Dr Brett (Chair), 3–4, 112–13
membership model, 34–5, 42, 44
Menzies, Sir Robert, papers of, 3, 25
Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook, 61
Minister for Communications, Cyber Safety and the Arts, 5, 16, 26, 51, 57, 60
Minister for Finance, 57, 60
ministerial directions, 57
Mitchell facility, 15–16, 57
Mitchell, Sister Josephine, 17
Modernisation Fund see Australian Public Service Modernisation Fund
Monash, General Sir John, papers of, 3, 25
Gallipoli diary, 1–2
Plan for the lookout at ‘Iona’, 8–10
music collection, 5

N
NAIDOC Week, 37
National and State Libraries Australia, 16, 34, 38, 42
National Archives of Australia, 15, 40, 57
National Capital Authority, 58
National Centre for Australian Children’s Literature, 29
National edeposit (NED) scheme, 5, 16, 21, 34, 38
bulk deposits process, 16
100,000th deposit, 19
National Film and Sound Archive, 40, 56
National Gallery of Australia, 40
National Library Act 1960, 14, 20, 51, 52, 54, 55
National Library of Australia Fellowships, 135
lectures, 31
National Library of New Zealand, 36
National Museum of Australia, 24, 40
National Portrait Gallery, 40
newsletters, 16
newspapers, 13, 16, 20, 25, 43
Ng, Dr Bennie, 114–15
Norf’k language, 19
Norfolk Island Oral History Project, 17, 19
notifiable incidents, 58

O
online engagement and events, 6, 23, 30, 32
online learning modules, 6, 30
online reference services, 6
online research guides, 23
onsite engagement and events, 12, 30, 32
operating expense, 61
operating model, 39–40
oral history collection, 7, 15, 17–18, 20–1, 30, 43
notable acquisitions, 141–2
organisational redesign, 5, 29, 39
organisational structure, 52–3
overseas collection, 15, 20, 22, 52

P
Pacific region collection, 20, 21, 24, 36
Pacific Virtual Museum, 36
PANDAS workflow system, 35
PANDORA Web Archive, 35
Paraguayan culture and music, 18
parliamentary committees and government inquiries, 57
Participation and Protest online learning module, 30
Partner Learning Hub, 27
partnerships see collaboration and partnerships
patrons, 126–31
Penayo, Antonio, 18
performance management, 40, 54
performance measures
Collaborate, 38
Collect, 21–2
Connect, 32–3
periodicals, 5, 13, 16
philanthropic gifts, 3, 25–6, 44, 55, 126
Philanthropy team, 25
Philip Jin Jair’s funeral, Port Keats, 2019, 18
photographic collection, 7, 18
automated labelling, 42
physical collections, 13, 15, 44
pictures collection, 15, 21
notable acquisitions, 138
Platinum Patrons, 126
portfolio, 51
Portfolio Budget Statements, 54, 55
preservation, protection and management, collections, 5, 41, 43, 45, 52
Preservica software, 43
Price, Richard, 3, 114–15
Principal Patrons, 126
professional development, 18
promotions activities, 62
Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013, 52, 54, 60
publication sales, 61, 62
publications collection, 3, 15
notable acquisitions, 137
print publications, 20–1
published works, collection of, 21
publishers, 16
purpose, 14, 52

R
Ration Shed Museum, Cherbourg, 26
Ray Mathew Lecture, 29
reading rooms, 13, 20
Reconciliation Action Plan, 29
Reconciliation Australia, 17
Reflective Senior Leadership Program, 40
regional, rural and remote engagement, 12, 31, 32
rehabilitation key performance measures, 58
remote learning, 30
Remuneration Tribunal, 121
reporting, 54
repositories see storage repositories
research infrastructure, 14
researchers and research projects, 12, 23, 28, 34
responsible minister, 5, 51
restructure see organisational redesign
revenue, 34, 44, 61
Rex Nan Kivell Collection, 45
Risk Management Policy, 56
risk, strategic and operational, 39, 45–6, 56
physical storage requirements, 15–16
Roach, Archie, 18
role and functions, 51, 52
roof replacement, Library, 6, 41, 45, 55, 58, 62
Rotolo-Hassan, Rosalie, 114–15

S
school programs, 13
secondments, staff, 6
Section 24(1) Determination, 43
security, 42, 44, 56
Senate Environment and Communications Committee, 57
senior executives, 53, 121–3
Seymour Lecture in Biography, 26, 30
shelving and physical storage, 13, 15–16, 44
see also buildings; storage repositories
shortened terms, 149
shutdown, COVID-19, 6, 30, 31, 46, 58
significant non-compliance with financial law, 60
Silver Patrons, 126
Simpson, Dr Shane, 114–15
Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, 3
snapshot 2019–20, 12–13
Snedden, Douglas, 114–15
social media, 13, 31
Spanish Flu interviews, 27
Special Collections Reading Room, 13, 20
specialist assistance, 20
staff see employees; human resources management
Staff Travelling Fellowships, 57, 136
stakeholder survey, 38
state and territory libraries, 5, 6, 37, 38, 42–3
statement of financial position, 62
Stolen Generations, 18
storage repositories, 5, 13, 15–16, 44, 57
see also buildings; shelving and physical storage
Story Time: Australian Children’s Literature exhibition, 29, 32, 110
Storytime Stars book, 29
strategic planning, 55
strategic priorities, 14, 52, 54, 55
Collaborate, 14, 34–8
Collect, 14, 15–23
Connect, 14, 24–33
Strengthening the National Collection of Australian Indigenous Contemporary Publications, 18
Summer Scholarships, 136
supplier expenses, 62
surveys, 23, 38, 43

T
Taskaya, Tamer Tarik, 18
Tetun language, 17
tours, 13
Treasured Voices Philanthropy Strategy, 3, 25–6, 44, 55, 126
Treasures Gallery, 13
Trove Collaborative Services, 32, 34–5, 42, 44
Trove Partners, 5, 27, 34–5
Trove platform, 6, 28, 38, 42
First Australians landing page, 48–50
governance and business model, 34
new digitised resources, 25, 27, 45
refresh and upgrade, 5, 26–8, 33, 34, 44–5
usage, 32, 33
user experience enhancements, 17, 26–7
visits, 13
Trove Strategic Advisory Committee, 35, 143
Turkish culture and music, 18
Twitter, 13

U
underpayments see casual staff, underpayment
unpublished works, collection of, 22
User Management System upgrade, 42, 44
users, 23
locations data on, 12, 32
survey, 23

V
valuation, collection, 44, 62
visitors
numbers, 12
offsite, 13
onsite, 13
Trove, 13
volunteers, 7, 13

W
Walking Together: The Oral History of Reconciliation 2000, 17
webinars, 6, 31
website, Library, 32
websites, archived, 7, 20, 35, 43
Wong, Alice 114–15
work health and safety, 46, 55, 58–9
workers compensation, 58–9
workforce initiatives, 40
Workplace and Workforce Strategic Plan 2018–2022, 40

Y
Year of Indigenous Languages 2019, 37

Z
zines, Indigenous, 18