Trove is visited by users over 50,000 times a day. Thanks to Commonwealth government funding, Trove Collaborative Services is offering a free trial to Australian galleries, archives, museums, and historical societies that would like to reach this vast audience and benefit from seeing their collection in a national context.
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Five cataloguing tips
The Museum of East Anglian Life – Search for the Stars
the Health Museum of South Australia collection
The Museum of East Anglian Life – Search for the Stars digitisation project and case study.
Health Museum of South Australia collection – eHive collection profile
Te Hikoi museum is cataloguing their entire collection in eHive with Project Ark. Our eHive team member helped catalogue a few items and shared some tips.
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The latest updates on our upcoming multi-user features.
A collection of United States uniformed services visor cap devices. The collection is focused on variations of devices by different makers and areas of production.
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Multi-user access to eHive is coming early 2021
Working during the Covid-19 pandemic
Howick Historical Village – Migrating from PastPerfect to eHive
Like many museums, the team found that after many years, management of the collection needed some attention. A lot of time and effort had been invested in these databases, but none were complete.
In December 2017 we announced the Project Ark: Digitising Southland’s heritage collections. We are happy to now release the Cataloguing Standards for Project Ark and eHive.
In this issue:
– the new eHive home page, extended search options, and revamped lightbox view
– tips on tagging and comments
– tips on using the Create screen
– popular posts on Twitter and Facebook