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The IPWEAQ Knowledge Centre recently achieved global recognition with inclusion in the Library Publishing Directory. The Directory is published by the Library Publishing Coalition in Atlanta, Georgia and details the publishing records of academic and specialist libraries across the world. IPWEAQ’s entry in the Directory features our publishing activities and disciplinary specialties.

The ‘Program Overview’ section in our entry includes the mission statement for the Knowledge Centre, the year publishing activities began, the types of documents contained within the repository and the media formats and platforms used to present them. IPWEAQ’s top publications are listed, and the role the Knowledge Centre plays as a publishing entity is recognised. The Knowledge Centre is the first publishing site for most of the papers delivered as conference proceedings and the directory awards it a rating of 4 (on a scale of 1-5) for its ‘stage of publishing efforts’. This recognition has come after only two years since the Knowledge Centre’s inception. This bodes well for future development and expansion of the repository and the likelihood of continuing inclusion in this and other international publications going forward.

The IPWEAQ Knowledge Centre is fully searchable by subject, key words, speaker/author, event, type (image, podcast, articles, PowerPoint etc) or by date. It includes videos, articles, PowerPoint presentations, podcasts, reports, case studies, recent media and other information on engineering in the public works sector of interest to Queensland practitioners. 

Much of the content in the Knowledge Centre is restricted to IPWEAQ members. If you are not a member, you may wish to join

Conference proceedings are only accessible to paid conference delegates or subscribers to the Proceedings. 

Content is also restricted to subscribers of our Standard Drawings and other publications eg QUDM, Lower Order Road Design Guidelines (LORDG) and Complete Streets.

If you are unable to access particular sections of the Knowledge Centre ('zero' items will display if you are not entitled to access) and wish to subscribe to our technical publications, please contact Mark.

Our globally recognised Knowledge Centre is an essential resource for anyone involved in public works in Queensland. 

Visit the Knowledge Centre and log-in with your email and password. If you have not previously registered, select New user? Click here to register. If you have forgotten your password please select Have you forgotten your password?  

In the left-hand column, you will see COMMUNITIES with several categories: Conferences, Engineering for Public Works (our journal), International Study Tour Reports, IPWEAQ Reports, Media, Other Events & Occasions, Public Works: History, Standard Drawings (Subscribers Only). 

Within each of those COMMUNITIES, there are SUB-COMMUNITIES for example within 'Conferences' there is the IPWEAQ state conference, SWQ Branch conference and the CQ Branch conference. You can find items by clicking through each level OR selecting from the DISCOVER section by TYPE or AUTHOR or SUBJECT. Alternatively, you can search directly using the 'SEARCH DSPACE' box under the Knowledge Centre banner. 

As a professional institute, it is incumbent on us to bring together in one place all the knowledge, expertise and learnings that will benefit members today and well into the future. If you have an article to submit, please email Mark Lamont and If you have an article or presentation already in the Knowledge Centre, be sure that we have tagged you so it is included in your profile.

Additionally, if you see yourself in a photo, please let us know so we can tag you to create your own searchable profile in the Knowledge Centre. 

Another opportunity for you to contribute to the Knowledge Centre is to present at our conferences and symposia. Please contact Craig Moss to discuss your potential paper/presentation.

Submitting an abstract or paper for the Knowledge Centre

Note: when you submit an abstract or paper for presentation at an IPWEAQ conference, we request your acceptance that your abstract, paper and PowerPoint presentation be included in the Knowledge Centre. 

When you are submitting an abstract or paper for consideration for any conference, please always ensure you have obtained necessary clearances beforehand.

Mark Lamont

Director, Information & Resources

07 3632 6806

Please contact Mark should you have any queries regarding our Globally Recognised Knowledge Centre.  

How to use the Knowledge Centre

Conference Proceedings

All papers presented - keynotes, plenaries and all papers in all four streams - are now available in the 2019 Conference Proceedings. Paid delegates have access to the video recordings plus accompanying PowerPoint Presentations and papers via the IPWEAQ Knowledge Centre

If you were unable to attend #IPWEAQ19 you can 

subscribe to the Conference Proceedings for just $600 plus GST for members and $900 plus GST for non members. This offers exceptional value at just $27 per hour for 22 CPD hours.