The project involved digitally scanning and abstracting 219 issues of the Australian Journal of Dairy Technology, published by the DIAA. More than 1,500 papers are now available free to all DIAA members and for a small fee to the wider dairy industry through the DIAA website.
The project will be officially launched at Government House on 15 February 2010, at a function celebrating the Gardiner Foundation’s 10th anniversary.
“The journal archive is an absolute treasure trove of dairy knowledge,” said DIAA federal president Doug Eddy. “With the support of the Gardiner Foundation, every technical or research article published from the journal’s inception in 1946 is now available to the industry. The benefits of this investment in the industry’s future will begin to flow immediately, and its value will continue to grow in the years to come.”
The electronic journal archive will be permanently housed on the DIAA website, which can be searched by keyword (title or author), journal volume and number. The website has recently undergone an upgrade to coincide with the launch of the archive.
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