Curate your own Collection

Content on APO is collected from reputable sources on an almost daily basis that we discover through alert services, the news media, RSS feeds and direct contributions.  Extra content is collected in sponsored feature collections related to either a geographic region, a conference or project or a more focussed look at a particular issue. More information is available about our feature collections here >

All APO content is catalogued by topic, author, date, publisher and many other forms of metadata.  If you click on any metadata attribute you will see all its related content. 

However if you would like to keep content together for your own purposes you can also group APO resources via your own keyword or tag. Your tag could mean something to you alone, to your team at work, or to the world at large. (NB we will moderate spam tags but leave any that seem reasonable).

Just register (at the top right hand corner) at APO then select 'tag this' on the right hand side of any resource page.  Add the same tag / keyword to all material that you would like to keep together.

When you have added keywords to a few items, click on the tag to see them in one place. The page will even have a URL that you can share with others.  If you would like to add an introduction or a longer topic guide to the keyword collection, email it to editor@apo.org.au and we'll consider publishing it on the site.

Example of keyword collections with introductions are:

Also let us know if you are actively tagging so that we can look out for material on your topic too. 

Again:

  • Register or Login to APO
  • Go to any resource page and choose the 'tag this' function on the right hand side column
  • Type a tag into the box and select 'add'
  • Once you have tagged a few items, click on that tag and see everything in one place

And if you want to add new material to APO for your collection you can do that as well.  Just follow the instructions here >