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The Connecting culture: tracing ancestors training equips public library staff with a knowledge of information resources for tracing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander family history.
This course is designed to provide information on resources both online and at the State Library of NSW which can be used to trace Indigenous family history. It introduces participants to the State Library’s Aboriginal Australians family history research guide and includes information about births, deaths and marriages as well as electoral rolls and other organisations that can assist with Indigenous family history.
Who is this course for?
This program is for staff working in NSW public libraries.
Learning strategies include lecture style and group work.
At the end of this course participants will be able to:
- identify resources for researching Indigenous family history
- use the State Library of New South Wales' online resources for Indigenous family history including Aboriginal Australians family history research guide
- confidently refer clients to other organisations for help with Indigenous family history
This workshop is free for NSW public library staff
This training is available to be delivered locally on request. Contact Indigenous Services staff for more information.
Visit the events calendar to find details of upcoming events at the State Library as well as other events that may be of interest to NSW public library staff.
If you are participating in the ALIA PD scheme you may claim 2 points for this activity