More GLAM tools and interfaces
More tools, interfaces, and experiments working with collection data from GLAM organisations (galleries, libraries, archives, and museums).
See also the list of Australian GLAM data sources.
- Chinese-Australian Historical Images in Australia
- Encylopedia of Australian Science
- Find and Connect
- Founders and Survivors
- GLAM Name Index Search
- GLAM Workbench
- The Prosecution Project
- Reason in Revolt
- Time Layered Cultural Map
- Historic Hansard - Commonwealth of Australia parliamentary debates presented in an easy-to-read format for historians and other lovers of political speech
- Real Words :: Imagined Tweets – Hansard interjections reimagined
National Archives of Australia¶
National Gallery of Australia¶
State Library of NSW¶
See the DXLab Experiments page for more.
- 1001 Postcards
- 80Hz online
- Art Index
- Muru View
- Off the shelf
- Painting by numbers
- Poetry in motion
- Sub plot
- We are what we steal
- Which way the wind blows
- Visionaries Explorer
- Young Sydney
State Library of Queensland¶
- Culture Collage
- Explore Trove's Digitised Journals
- Headline Roulette
- In a word... – currents in Australian affairs, 2003–2013, using data from ABC Radio National
- QueryPic – visualise newspaper searches
- 'To Be Continued...': Australian Newspaper Fiction Database
- Trove API Console
- Trove Traces
- Trove Twitter bots
- Trove Places – find newspapers by place
- Trove Harvester – harvest newspaper and gazette articles
- Trove Query Parser – convert search parameters from the Trove web interface into a form the API understands
- Trove Newspaper Images – tools for downloading images from Trove's digitised newspapers and gazettes
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