Rose Holley

Special Collections Curator
ADFA Administrative

Rose Holley is the Special Collections Curator, assisting the Associate Dean of Special Collections. Her focus is on increasing the accessibility of manuscript collections to researchers.  Rose has expertise in the digital transformation of archive and library services from her previous roles at the National Library of Australia, the National Archives of Australia and the University of Auckland.


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Journal articles
Holley R, 2011, 'Resource sharing in Australia: Find and get in Trove - making "getting" better', D-Lib Magazine, vol. 17,
Holley R, 2011, 'Extending the scope of trove: Addition of e-resources subscribed to by Australian libraries', D-Lib Magazine, vol. 17,
Holley R, 2010, 'Crowdsourcing: How and why should libraries do it?', D-Lib Magazine, vol. 16,
Holley R, 2010, 'Tagging full text searchable articles: An overview of social tagging activity in historic australian newspapers august 2008 - August 2009', D-Lib Magazine, vol. 16,
Holley R, 2009, 'How good can it get?: Analysing and improving OCR accuracy in large scale Historic Newspaper Digitisation Programs', D-Lib Magazine, vol. 15,
Holley R, 2004, 'Developing a digitisation framework for your organisation', Electronic Library, vol. 22, pp. 518 - 522,
Organisational units
lensSpecial Collections