Social media is a great way of staying in touch with the latest news and events at the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS). We have a range of social channels to choose from, all of which help tell the AIATSIS story as well share information on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies around the world. Here's where you can find us:
The main AIATSIS Facebook page is a great way to stay updated on upcoming events, research activities and collections. We also share stories from our visitors, as well as photos from visiting groups and exhibitions.
The AIATSIS Library Facebook page shares items available to view in our Collections, as well as stories from around Australia.
Our Twitter accounts relate to particular program areas within the organisation.
@AIATSIS is AIATSIS' main Twitter account for updates on AIATSIS news and events and relevant items from our collection and research.
@aiatsislibrary is AIATSIS Library's Twitter account and links to items available to view in our Collections, as well as stories from around Australia.
@NTRU_AIATSIS is the Native Title Research Unit's Twitter account and is a hub for discussion on Native Title and the latest in Native Title news.
The AIATSIS Vimeo channel is home to high-quality video footage relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies as well as topical coverage of AIATSIS speeches and conferences.
We are constantly adding video content to the AIATSIS YouTube channel. Keep visiting to see footage from AIATSIS events, video projects and more.
Social media guidelines
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that AIATSIS' social media channels may contain images, voices or names of deceased persons in photographs, film, audio recordings or printed material.
AIATSIS is an Australian Government Agency.
Please do not use our social media channels as a vehicle for business or self promotion.
Conversation between users about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies is encouraged - but any forms of bullying, abuse, racial slurs, coarse language, product/event/political promotion will be removed.
Comment removal is at the discretion of AIATSIS.
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