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TimeLines in Research

When: Wed, Jul 10, 2024 - 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM AEST (GMT+10) No daylight saving

Where: On line via Zoom

Limit: 50

TimeLines in Research

Presenter: Dr Jennifer Harrison

TimeLines in Research

STEP IN TIME: Time Lines research value with Jennifer Harrison

This event will be recorded and the recording will be available to registrants for 30 days from the date of the presentation.

Taking a lead from Dick Van Dyke in Mary Poppins, Jennifer is suggesting you take advantage of TimeLine methodology by taking a step in time.

Not only is this application useful for people but also for locations, events and time periods and it has an uncomplicated structure, limited only by your own imaginations. It is a format that will simplify research, storage and lengthy explanations to 'perhaps' relatives. For organizational purposes (efficiency, facilities, ease and familiarity), offered by employing the alphabet and numbers, particularly dates, this method cannot be surpassed.

Come on, kick your knees up!

The event will be held at 10 am Queensland, Australia time.

Presenter: Dr Jennifer Harrison

Jennifer Harrison is a research fellow with the School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry at The University of Queensland following a career mainly based on history and biographical research.

One of her main interests has been the worldwide input of the ‘Coming of the Strangers’ to nineteenth century Queensland.

Tracing the origins of these pioneers - convicts, British soldiers, farmers, explorers and a complexity of others - raised many intriguing questions leading to much travelling over many years seeking answers.

These research adventures have been a delight, as has investigating her own extended family connections which had its Australian genesis in 1792.

 

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