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We developed a kiosk for the Australian National Maritime Museum on as part of their Charles Darwin Centenary exhibition in 2009. [More information]

We will be attending the Oral History Association conference in Pittsburgh in October 2008. We will be showcasing Testimony Software and presenting a paper on ensuring access to oral histories over time - the digital obsolesence issue, and what an oral historian can do about it. If you are there, come and see us, we'd love to meet you and discuss how Testimony Software can assist your oral history projects.

Through our sister activity, the Australian Centre for Oral History, we have formed a collaboration with Project Jukebox, the oral history program of the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Project Jukebox is using Testimony Software for one of the interfaces into its extensive oral history collection.

We presented a paper at the American Oral History Association Conference, in Oaklands Californa, in October 2007. The paper details the collaboration with Project Jukebox. [Download paper]

We launch the Australian Centre for Oral History, showcasing the Australian story - stories from people, groups and places that define the Australian story. Also, we make available Oral History in a Suitcase, a complete kit for tjhose who want to publish oral histories [More info]

attendonline pty ltd has been absorbed completely into, and is now a specialised division of, Turtle Lane Studios Pty Ltd. The attendonline web site is now the marketing and commercialisation site for Testimony Software, developed by Turtle Lane Studios Pty Ltd.

Testimony Software allows your organization to draw together oral history and film material, graphics and object data into one communication medium It consists of an content management environment and a browser tool.

Page last updated Thursday, 22 January 2009