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Trove for Historical Novelists with Rachel Franks
22 October 2021 | 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Trove is a gateway to an extraordinary range of resources, across many formats including: books, manuscripts, maps, newspapers, objects and pictures. Join Rachel Franks for an introduction to this essential tool for the historical novelist. Focusing on newspapers, this session will look at search strategies and offer a few “tips and tricks” for using Trove. Often described as a “national treasure”, Trove brings together resources from collecting institutions across Australia to facilitate easy access into the world of the past.
This workshop will not be recorded.
About Rachel Franks
Rachel Franks is the Coordinator, Education & Scholarship at the State Library of New South Wales, a Conjoint Fellow at the University of Newcastle, Australia and is at the University of Sydney researching true crime. Rachel holds a PhD in Australian crime fiction and her research on crime fiction, true crime, popular culture and information science has been presented at numerous conferences. An award-winning writer, her work can be found in a wide variety of books, journals and magazines as well as on social media. For more information: