As a precautionary measure, due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we have suspended all Education programs until Term 3 (20 July 2020).
Ground floor glass foyer
Facilitated by an experienced Educator for school groups.
Learn about their experiences through primary sources including photographs, letters, diaries and digitised collections. In this hands-on session, learners may use the State Library's iPads or their own device as they are given research tips to find information about their World War One soldier or nurse. They will also have opportunities to wear a soldier's or nurse's uniform of the era and to go behind the scenes to view original World War One sources.
Explore collections items related to South Australians at War during World War One.
Discover their experiences through sources including photographs, letters, diaries and digitised records from the South Australian Red Cross Information Bureau.
NB. This program no longer visits the Basement.
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