Date: Friday 30 September 2022, 12pm to 2pm
Part of the 21 years of Papers Past series.
Papers Past website turns 21! To celebrate, join our discussion with Papers Past regular users — Caroline Daley, Seonaid Harvey, Carmen Parahi and David Reeves — as they talk about how the website has changed research in New Zealand. The event will be facilitated by Paul Diamond, Curator Māori, Alexander Turnbull Library.
Join us in person or online for this event.
Celebrating 21 years of Papers Past
This year marks the 21st anniversary of the initial release of Papers Past. It is regarded as a go-to site for researchers, genealogists, students, and all with an interest in our history. The range of uses and impact the website has had on research in New Zealand is vast.
Join us for a panel discussion with speakers from a variety of careers and backgrounds, who each has a unique perspective to share on using Papers Past.
Light refreshments will be served from 12pm and the discussion panel will begin at 12:30pm.
This event is one of three discussion panels to celebrate the 21st anniversary of Papers Past.
Can’t make it in person? This event will also be delivered using Zoom. You do not need to install the software to attend, you can opt to run zoom from your browser.
Register if you’d like to join this talk and we’ll send you the link to use on the day.
To register for Zoom or RSVP to attend in person click here.