The Nyingarn Workspace is where the work gets done. With appropriate permissions, manuscript images are transcribed, which makes them searchable and usable. Over time, Nyingarn will be the place to search for early Australian Indigenous language records.
Any data you upload into the workspace will only be visible to you. It will not be accessible on the internet, and it will not be accessible to other users of the workspace other than the administrators (Nick, Sophie and Marco).
Registered users can access the workspace via the link. To become a registered user, please email email@example.com. You will need an Australian Access Federation account from a university OR a Google account.
Nyingarn Workspace Demo Video 1 – Creating items
Nyingarn Workspace Demonstration Video 2 – Accessing the workspace and uploading DigiVol Transcription data