Getting to Know the Australian Joint Copying Project

In Association with the Royal Australian Historical Society.

Speaker: Christine Yeats

The aim of the Australian Joint Copying Project, which began in 1948, was to microfilm records from The National Archives (UK), County Record Offices and personal archives and manuscripts collections in the UK relating to Australia, New Zealand and elsewhere in the Pacific. When the project concluded in 1997, there were 10,419 reels of microfilm. The National Library of Australia has now digitised this collection and has made it available on Trove. Christine Yeats will explain how to make the best use of this invaluable resource for all areas of historical research, with special focus on family history and biographical research.

This class will be delivered online via the online platform Zoom. Enrolling students need to ensure they have an email, a reliable internet connection, microphone/speakers and access to a tablet, smartphone or computer.

Please note: The concession price of $32 only applies to RAHS Members. If you are a member of RAHS, please ensure you add your RAHS member number through the Checkout when enrolling (unless previously added) by pressing Add Concession at the top of the page. To become a RAHS Member, visit their website at https://www.rahs.org.au/

$35 Limited / $32

<p><strong>In Association with the Royal Australian Historical Society.</strong></p>

<p><strong>Speaker:</strong> Christine Yeats

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<p>The aim of the Australian Joint Copying Project, which

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25 Nov

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