The digital revolution has changed the face of libraries and information centres all round the world with modern and cutting edge technologies. In keeping with this, the Nicholas Anthony Aroney Library is in the process of creating individual electronic records for its entire collection which consists of print books, manuscripts, articles, photographs, video and audio recordings, periodicals, newsletters, programs and other memorabilia.
In 2021, we went ‘live’ with our online catalogue which enables open public access to catalogued records. The online catalogue creates connectivity to a worldwide audience and more importantly, strengthens ties with Kytherians globally. Follow the link and explore: https://au.accessit.online/KYT00/
We are proud of our particular focus on Kytherian settlement in the diaspora and its place in social history as well as other aspects of the migrant experience including Kytherian family histories, businesses, culture and traditions. Of course, archives dealing with the history of the Kytherian Association of Australia are highly prized and we are always on the lookout for more – contact us if you can help.
Our library also serves as a research hub on a wide range of Greek subject areas including philosophy, religion, social sciences, language, sciences, arts, literature, history and geography – ancient and modern.