The Buzz newsletter. This issues covers recent enhancements for comments moderation and visitor analytics, and provides information on contributing to the Trove website.
Trove is visited by users over 50,000 times a day. Trove Collaborative Services is offering a free trial to Australian cultural organisations that would like to reach this vast audience and benefit from seeing their collection in a national context.
The Buzz #10
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Your eHive visitor analytics
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.
The Buzz #9
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.