Digital Humanities MULT900056

In 2017 and 2018, students from the graduate course Digital Humanities MULT900056 selected items from a number of University of Melbourne Archives collections for digitisation. The students followed the digitisation process from selection, creation of metadata, scanning, through to making the items available online when possible. They also produced blog posts about the items they chose:

‘Daub’ 1947, 1948 and 1949: The Magazine Produced by Students of the National Gallery of Art School

The Raymond Priestley diaries

The Frank Tate diaries

Una Porter photograph album

The Una Fraser collection

The Trades Hall Poster collection

The Overland Letter

Aunt Mavis’ Basket Maker: Germaine Greer’s CUNT index cards

First industry steps for those who feed us: The Master Caterers Association