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DynaWeb Electronic Texts

DynaWeb provides a Web delivery interface for searching and browsing electronic text collections encoded in XML or SGML. It was used by the University of Western Australia to deliver a range of humanities texts, focusing on Western Australian Writing, Australian Literary Manuscripts and a variety of texts on philosophy and literature in English, French, German, Italian and Latin. The software was acquired by the University of Western Australia in 1996 and was supported until 2013.

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Collection Name Description
Guide to Australian Literary Manuscripts

The Guide to Australian Literary Manuscripts is a national database of finding aids – electronic guides – to 86 collections of Australian literary manuscripts across six Australian libraries. The project was led by the University of Western Australia and also involved the Australian Defence Force Academy, the National Library of Australia, the State Library of New South Wales, the University of Queensland and the University of Sydney.

The database was created as part of the Australian Literary Manuscript Collections Project, which received funding from the Australian Research Council's Research Infrastructure Equipment and Facilities (RIEF) Scheme.

Western Australian Writing Western Australian Writing is an online anthology of Western Australian texts, edited by John Kinsella. It brings together the work of a number of authors, with texts ranging in date from 1703 – 2001. The anthology was produced by the University of Western Australia Library and funded by AustLit: Australian Literature Gateway.