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The five-year innovation plan launched by the Howard Government in January 2001.
Terri Janke and Robynne Quiggin survey the major indigenous intellectual and cultural property issues and canvass some of the instruments and interventions which could be considered in respect of these issues.
In mid June 2006 the Powerhouse Museum launched the new online collection database. Internally referred to as OPAC2.0, the project put online nearly 62,000 object records, and 30,000 images, opening access to these records with intelligent search tools, serendipity tools and the ability for users...
The ARC Federation Fellowship scheme has produced positive outcomes for researchers from the humanities, arts and social sciences, but its value could be enhanced.
This is a guide to grants being offered in 58 categories and more than 60 initiatives managed either directly by the Australia Council or with partner organisations. This is a guide to grants being offered in 58 categories and more than 60 initiatives managed either...
To enable literary publishers and other literary organisations to distribute and market writing more effectively in Australia and increase the income of writers, this report provides a better understanding of the structure of the literary publishing industry and the potential readership for literary genres. This...
The Australia Council's major performing arts board has produced a discussion paper on the impact of digital technology on the sector.There is no doubt that continuing advances in digital technology will affect the major performing arts (MPA) industry and force it to change its ways...
This report measures the impact of the Books Alive campaign on increasing interest and participation in reading and provides the industry with statistics and information to better promote reading and Australian writing. Books Alive is an Australian Government nationwide campaign to promote books and reading....
Developed in response to the current and anticipated future impact of digital technologies on the arts sector, artists and arts audiences, this is the Australia Council’s blueprint for supporting arts content and its creators in the digital era.
In less than five years, most...
This conference held in December 2011 at the University of Melbourne addressed the field of digital humanities scholarship from the perspective of methods for improving research outcomes by better use of technology.
Digital methods for recording information are now ubiquitous. In fieldwork-based disciplines, like...