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The Digitisation Centre of Western Australia

The Digitisation Centre of Western Australia (DCWA) is an important piece of research infrastructure that aims to digitise, to global archival standards, the major Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences collections held in Western Australia. DCWA offers a digitisation service at archival level for paper-based, photographic, audio and audio-visual materials.

Logo of the Digitisation Centre of Western Australia (RGB colour mode). This version has been approved by the Steering Committee of the DCWA.

DCWA project overview

An interview with Ben Smith and Helena Grehan

Produced with the help of the School of Media and Communication at Murdoch University

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Get in touch

Our details

Phone: +61 8 6488 7064

Email: [email protected]

Hours:  Mon-Fri from 9am - 5pm


Main digitisation laboratory
Level 2, Barry J Marshall Library (Room 2.14, Building 446),
University of Western Australia
Crawley campus.

Dispatch room
Ground level Barry J Marshall Library for receiving and storing collections.

DCWA sound studio
Level 2 of the State Library of Western Australia in the Perth Cultural Centre, Northbridge


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