Zotero is open source referencing software which can be added to your browser (Firefox and Chrome are the preferred browsers) to capture the title and other details from online resources and catalogues. Created by the team at the Roy Rosenzweig Centre for History and New Media , Zotero is one of a number of open source projects for use by researchers and historians.Lise Summers Wednesday, October 31, 2018 - 14:13
Since the start of 2017, staff have been uploading new items to the online catalogue. Many of these descriptions have been created by our Work Experience Project teams over a number of years, and feature some extra details beyond merely the item title and date range. You'll see material from the Egg Marketing Board of WA, some new intestate files and transfers from Mental Health., for instance. In addition, we’ve uploaded the remaining fieldbooks digitised with funding from the Friends of Battye.Lise Summers Monday, August 21, 2017 - 14:51
A new Day Batching of State Records Information Sheet has been published by the State Records Office today. This information sheet has been developed to inform State government organizations of issues related to the practice of Day Batching.
The State Records Commission (SRC) and the State Records Office (SRO) are pleased to release the following publications to State and local government organizations:
Computers in schools, Aboriginal land rights , the development of Forrest Place and the Perth City Railway Station, the future of Robb Jetty, discussions about reforms of laws relating to rape and sexual assault, the establishment of a task force to inquire into domestic violence and approval for freight subsidies and loans to those affected by drought in the Kimberley region, were among the many issues considered by State Cabinet in 1985.