Cataloguing and preserving born-digital items
Born-digital content is becoming increasingly common in galleries, libraries, archives and museums. Put simply, born-digital items are digital works which are not copies of analogue documents. Whilst digitised files are digital copies of physical ...
Cataloguing Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander items
In Victoria there are legal obligations and restrictions regarding the ownership, management and use of Aboriginal cultural heritage. This Victorian Collections information sheet will guide you through the steps for cataloguing Aboriginal or Torres ...
What if my session is interrupted while I am in the middle of cataloguing a new item?
Never fear, autosave is here! Victorian Collections has an auto save function which will save your work in draft form regularly - but ensure that you save your record as soon as it is created to begin the autosave process. If your computer crashes or ...
Modifying member permissions
Each member of your organisation might choose to use your Victorian Collections page for different reasons: cataloguing, research, answering enquiries, interpretive content, and so on. You may therefore need to provide your users with different ...
Adding a new cataloguer/member
What's that? You've recruited an extra set of helping hands to your cataloguing team? Congratulations. Cataloguing is a big task, so it is important that you have a strong team of cataloguers who can carry the workload and organisational knowledge. ...