Trove – hosted and maintained by the National Library of Australia – illustrates the very real, public benefit of collaboration between NSLA libraries. All NSLA libraries in Australia contribute collection and catalogue data to Trove via Libraries Australia and digitised newspapers via ANPLan.

This community of practice is concerned with delivery, funding, badging and discoverability of digital content; Trove user needs; the Trove API; interaction with other aggregators; marketing and evaluation of Trove.

Convenor: Cathie Oats, National Library of Australia

Group type: 
Community of Practice

Project updates 

Putting the 'T' in Trove

21 July 2017

Trove Director Cathie Oats tells us about the recent national roadshow, and where she sees Trove heading in the future.

2017 Trove roadshows

21 April 2017

The Trove team is touring Australia to talk about making content available in Trove, improving the discovery of collections, and options for digitisation.

National GLAM organisations support Trove

16 March 2016

National organisations urge extension of the definition of national infrastructure to include Trove, the nation’s gateway to books, photographs, newspapers, maps and historical documents.


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