May 28, 2022

National Library of Australia’s Trove Database Releases API

One of the most impressive resources out there is Trove from the National Library of Australia. Trove allows users to search multiple online databases simultaneously and easily. Plus, its design, technology, and marketing are several more reason enough to stop by when you can. They Trove team seems to always be adding new features or […]

New Article Looks at Social Media as a Promotion, Development, and Delivery Tool at the National Library of Australia

Title Trove: the Terrors and Triumphs of Service-Based Social Media Authors Alison Dellit, Business Architect National Library of Australia Sarah Schindeler, Reference Librarian National Library of Australia Source National Library of Australia Staff Papers, 2012 Abstract The National Library of Australia has actively used a range of social media tools for the promotion, development and delivery […]

National Library of Australia's Trove Releases Version 4.4 and Has a New Logo

If you’ve never visited Trove, it’s a superb resource for many types of research. It offers a unified interface for many types of materials (books, archived web sites, images, and more), it looks great, and is easy to use. In Their Words: Find and get over 250,724,410 Australian and online resources: books, images, historic newspapers, […]

New Issue Alert: D-Lib Magazine (November/December 2011) Released

D-Lib Magazine Direct to Complete Table of Contents (Vol. 17, No. 11/12) Direct to Articles and Abstracts + Extending the Scope of Trove: Addition of E-resources Subscribed to By Australian Libraries by Rose Holley, National Library of Australia + A Semantic Registry for Digital Library Collections and Services by James E. Powell, Krista Black, and […]

Milestones: National Library of Australia Newspaper Digitisation Program Passes Five Million Pages Online

Congrats NLA! From a NLA Blog Post by David Ong: There is some excitement amongst the Australian Newspapers Digitisation Program (ANDP) team today. As of this week, we’re delivering 5 Million newspaper pages through the Trove>Newspapers and more view. Apart from being a really large number of newspaper pages*, the additional significance lies in the […]

The March/April 2011 Issue of D-Lib is Now Online

D-Lib (Volume 17, Number 3/4) Direct to Table-of-Contents Articles Discovering the Information Needs of Humanists When Planning an Institutional Repository Article by David Seaman, Dartmouth College Library Abstract: Through in-person interviews with humanities faculty members, this study examines what information needs are expressed by humanities scholars that an institutional repository (IR) can address. It also asks […]