Dr Cate O’Neill (formerly Elkner) is the National Editor and Research Co-ordinator of the Find & Connect web resource project of the eScholarship Research Centre. Before this, she was a post-doctoral research fellow in the School of Social Work working with the historical strand of the Who Am I? project. With an educational background in historical studies, Cate has also worked in archives, including at Public Record Office Victoria, where in 2005-06 she was involved in a project aimed at improving access to records of the Stolen Generations.
Elkner, C & Gobbo, J 2012, 'Santospirito, Louisa Angelina (Lena) (1895–1983)', Australian Dictionary of Biography, Vol. 18, Melbourne University Press
Access to records for people who were in out-of-home care: moving beyond ‘third dimension’ archival practice
O'Neill, C, Selakovic, V & Tropea, R 2012, 'Access to records for people who were in out-of-home care: moving beyond ‘third dimension’ archival practice', Archives and Manuscripts, vol. 40, no. 1, pp. 29-41
Swain, S, Sheedy, L & O'Neill, C 2012, 'Responding to "Forgotten Australians": historians and the legacy of out-of-home "care"', Journal of Australian Studies, vol. 36, no. 1, pp. 17-28
‘Let our histories be visible’: rising to the challenge of representing the histories of Forgotten Australians on the web
Green, S & O'Neill, C 2012, ‘‘Let our histories be visible’: rising to the challenge of representing the histories of Forgotten Australians on the web’, Contemporary History - The past that’s still with us. 29 - 30 November, 2012, Deakin University, Geelong Waterfront Campus