Monday, June 23, 2014

Latest news from Trove

New contributors
Two new law journals contributing their material to Trove. The International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy is a peer reviewed journal that publishes research about the challenges confronting criminal justice systems around the world. The Victoria University Law and Justice journal is published annually, and includes articles from their former journal DICTUM. Both journals are open access journals; they provide unrestricted online access to peer reviewed research.
The Forbes & District Historical Society is now contributing over 1000 images to Trove. These images are a wonderful record of our history, from the early 19th century through to the 1970s. Collection 
New blog posts
Following on from our blog post about Trove 6.1, team member Chris has written about the new Trove Help system, which was released at the same time as the other changes to Trove. We believe this new system will significantly help Trove users answer their own questions. If you have any feedback about the help please let us know.
One of the Australian Newspapers Digitisation Plan team has written about where the digitised newspapers come from. This post includes an interesting map which shows you the geographical coverage of the newspapers Where do the digitised newspapers come from.
Happy Troveing!

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