The State Library of NSW is presenting full-day seminars in 2018 designed to provide attendees with an overview of key library collections and help to get their research underway, using a combination of demonstrations and hands on workshop sessions.
Brief information on the seminars below, for more information and to book click here:
Using Maps for Historical Research
25 July 2018 / 10 am to 3.30 pm
Maps can hold a wealth of information to enrich your history research or project. If you are a map novice, come along to hear about what they can show you, how to find them at the Library and be inspired by some of our favourites.
Family History Focus
22 August 2018 / 10 am to 3.30 pm
Family history research is where the personal and the historic collide. Join us for this National Family History Month event. Family History librarians will talk about unique collections at the Library and help you take your research to the next level.
Researching Your Bestseller
12 September 2018 / 10 am to 3.30 pm
Wanting to enrich the detail in a current manuscript or just have the beginnings of an idea for a writing project? Come along to this program of workshops and talks aimed at helping you to add in the right historical details, including looking for pictures, maps and more.