The National Library of Australia’s Trove Discovery Service Celebrates Five Years Online
Happy 5th to a wonderful and constantly improving web-based research tool. Kudos on a job well done and continued success.
From the ABC:
The Trove website was developed by the National Library of Australia in Canberra to bring together material such as digitised newspapers, photos and documents in a searchable format.
Manager Tim Sherratt said about 70,000 people use the Trove website each day.
“We say that Trove is a discovery service, but it is actually more than that,” he said.
“Trove brings together online the holdings of a wide variety of libraries, archives, museums, universities, research agencies and government departments, and helps people find the resources and use them.
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Btw, Trove is closing in on providing access to 15 million digitized newspaper pages.
See Also: The Trove homepage captured on November 11, 2009
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