eResearch showcase

Colonial Australian Popular Fiction: A Digital Archive

Colonial Australian Popular Fiction is an online bibliography and digital archive that gathers together for the first time a wide range of vibrant colonial writing that has previously been difficult to access

Australian Sound Design Project

The Australian Sound Design Project (ASDP) has pioneered the interdisciplinary field of sound design in public space through its website, database, publications, exhibitions and public advocacy. The original works of over 200 sound designers, artists and composers have been published in sound text and image in the gallery

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Australian Women's Register

The searchable-on-line Australian Women's Register is a valuable and growing source of biographical data about Australian women and their organisations, with hyper-links to the archival repositories and libraries where their records are held and to other sources of information

Childhood, Tradition and Change

Childhood, Tradition and Change is a nation-wide study that documents and analyses the historical development of Australian children's playlore over a fifty year period

Early Modern Disaster

The aim of this website is to provide information on the Australian Research Council funded projectReading the Signs: disaster, apocalypse and demonology in European print culture, 1450-1700

eGold - a Nation's Heritage: Electronic encyclopedia of gold in Australia

This website celebrates Castlemaine and Ballarat as founding pieces of the gold story, and promotes sites across Australia where people can see and experience part of the story

eMelbourne: Encyclopedia of Melbourne online

The online Encyclopedia is an A to Z reference work covering the city's history from pre-European settlement up to the present day. The online Encyclopedia of Melbourne - eMelbourne - contains the full text of the print volume, with additional text and digital resources

Find & Connect

Find & Connect Australia is a website for Forgotten Australians and Former Child Migrants, and for everyone with an interest in the history of out-of-home 'care' in Australia. The website brings together historical resources relating to institutional 'care' at the national level in Australia

Melbourne Podtours

Whether you're a visitor to the city or a born and bred local, you'll be surprised at the stories that you'll uncover in Melbourne's hidden lanes and historical buildings. These free podtours that you can download to your MP3 player guide you through the sights, sounds and smells of Melbourne town

Melbourne prints: Renaissance and early modern print culture

Showcases a range of significant pre-1700 prints and rare books held in the Baillieu Library at the University of Melbourne. It is a dynamic website, created and utilised by students and staff in a range of discipline areas across the University of Melbourne. Its aim is to document and deepen knowledge of the content, material production and provenance of these cultural objects

MelGROSH: Melbourne gateway to research on Soviet history

This website examines Soviet Politics and Economic History of the Stalin period. MelGrosh combines several different suites of databases as well as collections of documents and other materials


The Pacific and Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures (PARADISEC) offers a facility for digital conservation and access to endangered cultural materials from all over the world. Our research group has developed models to ensure that the archive can provide access to interested communities and conforms to emerging international standards for digital archiving

Pathways to the Past

This website introduces a range of primary historical resources for undergraduate research in Australian History. Pathways to the Past is a virtual gateway to modules which will investigate concepts and methods of historical research across a range of sources such as images, objects, maps, places, and manuscripts

Reason in Revolt: Source Documents of Australian Radicalism

The Reason in Revolt project aims to bring together primary source documents of Australian radicalism as a readily accessible digitised resource. By 'radical' we refer to those who aimed to make society more equal and to emancipate the exploited or oppressed

Winged Sandals

This classical mythology website contains a strong subtext and metaphor which is essentially: magical flight in the three realms. Winged Sandals has animated stories and interactive games and an online version of the Delphic Oracle all presented with a focus on entertaining and engaging a young audience