Getting back into text correcting on Trove

I’ve mentioned previously that I’ve done some text correcting of the digitised newspapers on Trove. It’s been a year since I’ve done any though, and I got back into it with a modest 49 lines today. I thought that my new focus will be on the articles which mention the original Children’s Hospital in Sydney, the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children which was located at Camperdown. We’re celebrating 20 years this year since the hospital moved to Westmead, so I thought it would be timely to work on these articles. I’ve done the articles from the 1960’s (there were only two) and will move backwards until I get to the 1900’s. I’m hoping that these articles won’t be as repetitive as the one’s I was working on before (on Victoria Cross winners), and I can learn a bit about the history of the hospital, too.

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I'm a health librarian in Sydney, Australia, who also happens to be a geocacher.

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