Category: News

NSLA board welcomes new strategy

When members of the NSLA board came together in Melbourne last week for their first meeting of 2023, there was more than one milestone to be celebrated.

Funding secured for Trove’s treasures

NLSA libraries have welcomed the Australian Government’s recent announcement pledging $33 million over the next four years to maintain Trove, to be followed by ongoing annual funding for the platform. This is the first government commitment to ongoing, secure funding since Trove’s inception.

What is ChatGPT anyway?

The field of AI has periodically had breakthrough moments where gradual advancements in AI software combined with ever more powerful computers reaches a kind of threshold moment where all the small changes add up to something qualitatively different.

Coming together for Trove

NSLA joins cultural organisations across Australia and a growing chorus of voices beyond the sector to ask for future funding to be secured for Trove.

NED’s next chapter

The National edeposit service (NED), launched in 2019, has entered its next phase following the signing of a new Deed of Agreement by member library leaders.

Profile: Catherine Clark, State Library of WA

We asked Catherine Clark, CEO and State Librarian at the State Library of Western Australia, about making the move from the tertiary sector and where she sees the library in 5 years’ time.