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Our collection day in Dublin was the biggest roadshow to date. More than 600 people from across Ireland travelled to National Library of Ireland in Dublin for the Family History roadshow, eager to finally be allowed to tell the story … Continue reading
LTG colleagues are collecting and digitising family history artefacts in cities across Europe. A poster outside the collection venue in Luxembourg.
The Oxford on ItunesU project is mentioned in the Vice Chancellor’s ‘Vital Partnership’ report as an example of how the University increasingly engages with the general public through the internet and new media.