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'Trove, the National Library of Australia’s discovery service for Australian content, comprises resources from disparate sources ranging from universities to local cultural and history groups. It also hosts a growing body of digitised and born-digital collections including fully text-searchable Australian newspapers, a subset of which are community language newspapers. Enabling “in context” discovery across a range of formats and collections, Trove allows patrons to interact with the resources, subject tagging, correcting machine-generated text and including annotations. This enhanced access to full-text newspapers has yielded not only time savings, but enabled new perspectives and types of analysis to be conducted. This chapter will focus on two themes—that of surfacing “hidden” intercultural stories and engaging communities in conversations around their documentary content—through Trove.'

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    y separately published work icon The Transnational Voices of Australia’s Migrant and Minority Press Catherine Dewhirst (editor), Richard Scully (editor), Cham : Palgrave Macmillan , 2020 25971689 2020 anthology criticism

    Focuses on the rare, radical and foreign-language print culture of multiple and frequently concurrent minority groups’ newspaper ventures.

    Demonstrates how the local experiences and narratives of such communities are always forged and negotiated within a context of globalising forces.

    Explores the diverse worlds of Australia’s migrant and minority communities through the latest research on the contemporary printed press, spanning the mid-nineteenth century to our current day

    Cham : Palgrave Macmillan , 2020
    pg. 209-224
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