Trove is the national discovery service for Australia managed by the National Library of Australia. It
was released in December 2009. It contains metadata for millions of freely accessible items, from more than 1000
contributing institutions. The focus is on Australia and Australians. In 2011 it was developed further to include selected sets
of e-resources subscribed to by Australian libraries. Trove v4.0 was released in May 2011 after 120 million subscription
e-resources were successfully included. This took the Trove content total to almost 240 million items. This article
describes why and how the work was undertaken, what was achieved, the issues and future plans for development.
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王艳翠（编译）. 资源共享在澳大利亚之Trove范围扩展——澳大利亚图书馆界的电子资源共享[J]. 图书馆杂志, 2013, 32(7): 68-74.
Wang Yancui(trans. & edt.). Extending the Scope of Trove: Addition of E-resources Subscribed to By Australian Libraries. LIBRARY JOURNAL, 2013, 32(7): 68-74.