The National Library of Australia is seeking researchers who have used the digital archive Trove in their research projects to share their research stories as part of a promotional Trove Roadshow.
Trove is a growing, digital repository of full-text books, images, historic newspapers, maps, music and archives.
Research stories contributed by staff will be used to encourage other cultural organisations to contribute resources to Trove.
Staff who have used Trove and have an interesting research story to share are encouraged to contact Jane Clayton in the Office of Communication and Engagement (firstname.lastname@example.org).
About the Trove Roadshow
The Trove team is currently undertaking a national tour to raise the profile of Trove and expand its collections.
On 27 June the Trove team will be coming to Adelaide and running a Trove Roadshow event at the State Library of South Australia.
The event is open to collection managers, archivists, curators, librarians, data specialists and anyone interested in digitisation.
It will focus on how small and large organisations can make their content available in Trove and improve the discovery of their collections.
Admission is free but bookings are essential.