Here is the URL for those who may be interested in joining live https://plus.google.com/u/0/events/c43mv00447jc3aq9qm6rcbcteug
The recording will be available on Youtube after the event
Carol is an energetic, engaging and enthusiastic speaker who will be the key presenter at Unlock the Past's Research and writing history seminar that is to be held in Adelaide 9-10 May (Seminar details - http://www.unlockthepast.com.au/events/research-and-writing-history-seminar).
In this online interview Jill Ball will ask Carol about her work and publications and what she has planned for the Adelaide event.
Carol, also known as The History Detective, has been interested in genealogy since her teens and prior to becoming a full-time author and speaker was General Editor for the Biographical Database of Australia.
Full details of Carol's work and publications can be found on her website: http://www.carolbaxter.com/index.html
- University of Technology, SydneyB. A. (Lib Sci)
- University of New EnglandGrad. Dip. Ed.
- University of New South WalesM. Ed.
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