Trove is connected to hundreds of content partners, sharing their records in Trove and linking back to their collection websites. Many different pathways are used for different collections, depending on their size, type and structure.
In this section, learn about which pathway best fits your collection, and ways to make your data more discoverable in Trove.
- For smaller collections – information for collections hosted by eHive, Victorian Collections, Flickr, Wikimedia Commons and more
- For larger collections - technical information for self-managed collections, including metadata standards and record fields
- For authors and publishers - how to get your books and publications into Trove
- For libraries - how to get your library’s records into Trove
- For bookshops - how to link your bookshop to Trove
- Systems we work with - a list of the content management systems we currently work with
- Adding NHMRC and ARC acknowledgements - add information to records about items produced with the assistance of research funding.
- Licensing and re-use - add information to records about copyright, conditions of re-use and rights statements.
- Place information - add information to records to help people search for items related to a particular location.
- Austlang codes - add information to records to identify items in or about Australian Indigenous languages.