We all know that sourcing is an art, not a science, right? And there is no one way to write a source. Lots of wrong ways, but also correct variations that allow you to find your source and the information it contains again. Also you allow others to assess where the evidence came from and... Continue Reading →
My most visited page on the blog is my How To Videos page where I post links and slides from my presentations that I do for Ancestry.com. Also the page Blogs You Should Read is highly viewed. (Maybe I should update that!) But here, in order are my most read posts for the year: Treasure... Continue Reading →
I've been on Vacation, a girl's weekend in New Orleans. So I've been away from my blog. Good weekend! New Orleans is an amazing town. So I've been working on my Sources. I really thought this was going to be tiresome, but it's not. I'm actually slowing down and looking at the images. And rethinking... Continue Reading →
After 4 years at Ancestry.com I'm working at a different job and therefor not paying as much attention to my blogging the last few days. I'm now the product manager for Institutional and Library version of our product working with Kim Harrison. I'm super excited about learning how we can best serve libraries and other... Continue Reading →
I don't know if these are treasures, but these are the PDF's of the sourcing presentations I've done for Ancestry.com Citing Your Sources, Part 1 (live presentation on livestream) Citing Your Sources, Part 2 (live presentation on livestream) Happy Sourcing!
OK, I don't know if I made it seem fun, but hopefully I did explain it enough to motivate people to try! The presentation is at: Citing Your Sources Can Be Fun on livestream.