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Memento : Issue 24
Each year we award two summer scholarships to university students enrolled in 20th century Australian history or a related field. We are now calling for applications for our 2004 scholarships. WE KNOW WHAT YOU CAN DO NEXT SUMMER Apply now for a National Archives Summer Scholarship One of the great attractions of the web is online shopping, and our new e-shop is full of goodies to buy! You'll find a rich assortment of books, research guides, teachers kits, videos, posters and cards for sale. All can be purchased online by credit card through a secure facility. We use industry- standard encryption technology to protect your privacy and to ensure you enjoy safe shopping with us. Just browse the catalogue, order and pay online, and in no time at all your purchase and receipt will arrive in the post! But if you prefer to order and pay for purchases the good old- fashioned way, you can still print out your order form from the shop, then phone, fax or mail your order and payment details to us, or send us a cheque or money order. Drop into our online shop at shop.naa.gov.au. Summer scholarships at the Archives The aim of the summer scholarships scheme is to promote research and scholarly use of our collection. As part of the scholarship, each student is asked to research a project set by the Archives, submit a written report and present a short seminar to our staff. The six-week scholarships run from 5 January to 13 February 2004. The scholarship includes travel expenses to Canberra, room and board at one of the Australian National University's colleges, and a weekly stipend. The scholars also receive training and support in using our collection. Previous scholars have explored diverse topics from the history of drought to the suffrage movement, with their research results contributing to our exhibitions and websites. With the opportunity to explore the repository and access to our RecordSearch database, past scholars have uncovered a vast array of original material including Cabinet records, photographs, posters and maps. Applications close on 31 October 2003. For further information, visit our website at www.naa.gov.au/ About_Us/summer_scholarships.html or contact Beatrice Barnett by telephone on (02) 6212 3691 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. 16 MEMENTO News from the National Archives E-shopping is easy