AustLit coming your way

After twelve years of building a vast online database of information about Australian literary culture, the consortium of universities responsible for the AustLit resource has decided that it is time for a major makeover. By the end of the year, AustLit will have a new look and will offer new ways of interacting with audiences. AustLit is embracing the world of interactivity and community participation so that researchers, teachers, librarians, and readers will be able to take part in enhancing our knowledge on the ways that Australians have told and thought about stories.

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Kerry Kilner

Kerry Kilner

Kerry Kilner is the Director of AustLit and a Research Fellow in the School of English, Media Studies and Art History at the University of Queensland.

Published in November 2012 no. 346

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