New site for Trove Partners
Explore the Partner Learning Hub and Partners section on Trove, now replacing the Libraries Australia website
You may have been redirected here from the Libraries Australia website.
Trove Partners now have access to a dedicated site to access information and resources to support their use of Trove Collaborative Services (TCS), replacing the Libraries Australia website.
From 1 July 2021, you can find content previously available from the Libraries Australia website, and more, from:
- The Partners section of Trove – your space for locating information on becoming a Partner, Partner services, promoting your organisation, the Trove Strategic Advisory Committee (TSAC), and Partner support.
- The Partner Learning Hub – your online learning platform that includes guides, manuals, troubleshooting tips, and more.
Other Libraries Australia services
This change does not affect the systems and associated cataloguing services used to contribute, search and download records from the Australian National Bibliographic Database (ANBD). You will be able to continue to access these services via Managing your accounts in the Partners Section of the Trove website.
What do you need to do?
If you don’t already have access to the Partner Learning Hub, contact the Partner support team to request an account.
You can start using the Partners section to:
- locate information about our services
- access links to services (including the Partner Dashboard and the Partner Learning Hub);
- find out more about promotion and co-branding opportunities;
- keep up to date with your Trove Strategic Advisory Committee; and
- contact the Partner Support team.
Guide to locate information on the Trove Partner site
We have created a guide to assist you find the new location of content previously found on the Libraries Australia website:
LA Search, LA Document Delivery, LA Admin
- Managing your accounts
(includes links to access your sign on to LA Search, LA Document Delivery, LA Administration, Australian Libraries Gateway (ALG), and the Australian Interlibrary Resource Sharing (ILRS) Directory
Governance - Libraries Australia Advisory Committee (LAAC) members and papers.
Corporate documents and history
Description of Libraries Australia services
Trove Collaborative Services
Business continuity for Partners
- Archived – used to support response to COVID-19
Terms and conditions
What you need to know?
- Archived – used to support transition
About document delivery and interlibrary loan
ISO ILL Interoperability with LADD
About Libraries Australia Search
About cataloguing and data quality
- Partner Learning Hub
- Links to:
About the Australian National Bibliographic Database (ANBD)
Standards for cataloguing to the ANBD
Required data elements for bibliographic records
Australian extension to Library of Congress Subject Headings
About the Data Contribution Service
About Catalogue Enrichment Service (RES)
About Libraries Australia Administration
About managing your collection
Use our training databases
Subscribe to our email list
- Subscribe to our Trove Collaborative Services email list
Read our newsletter
Join a local community or special interest group
Attend an event
Find a library - Australian Libraries Gateway (ALG), Australian Interlibrary Resource Sharing (ILRS) Directory
LADD suspension page
- LADD suspension page (from 1 July)
Manage your account
View invoices and charges, Manage your usage, Update your contact details, Create user accounts and manage permissions
Contact members support
Why is the Libraries Australia website being replaced?
For over 35 years, Libraries Australia has helped libraries and information professionals manage and share collections. In 2019, Libraries Australia transitioned to be part of Trove Collaborative Services – and now operates under new Terms and Conditions, fee structure and governance structure.
While we continued to maintain the Libraries Australia website in this transition period, it is now ready to replace this ageing website with the new site on Trove.
Our history of the website has been captured through snapshots in the Australian Web Archive – which you can access anytime via Trove.