Posts about genealogy sources and citations, how to tell the difference between them, and how to create and use sources and citations effectively.

25 Oct 2013

ISGS 2013 Fall Conference Presentations

By |25 Oct 2013|Apps, Family Photos & Records, Genealogy, iPads and iPhones, Macintosh, Organizing Genealogy Research, Personal Digital Archiving, Presentations, Sassy Jane Genealogy Guides, Sources and Citations|1 Comment

Sassy Jane's ISGS 2013 Fall Conference presentations in Sandwich, Illinois, on Saturday: 1. Managing Your Digital Environment This session presents simple strategies for 1. organizing digital files on your computer, and 2. using Internet tools to manage [...]

26 Jun 2013

Users Don’t Know What Libraries Are Talking About, Studies Find

By |26 Jun 2013|Sassy Jane Genealogy Guides, Sources and Citations|1 Comment

Users Don’t Know What Libraries Are Talking About, Studies Find is an article published last year in Library Journal reports that the average library user success rate for finding journal articles or article databases is only [...]

26 Apr 2011

Citing Electronic Articles in Genealogy Research

By |26 Apr 2011|Research Tips, Sources and Citations|0 Comments

This Tuesday's Tip is on citing electronic articles in genealogy research. Different academic disciplines have different standards. Here are examples of citations from two leading scholarly groups used by historians: ✍ Chicago Manual of [...]