Organizing Genealogy Research Step-by-Step
Organizing Genealogy Research Using Archival Principles
In this Sassy Jane Genealogy eBook, you’ll learn to how to organize your genealogical research, using principles employed by professional archivists.
Archivists manage vast amounts of paper and digital records and catalog them so they can be retrieved and used by researchers.
This makes archival principles useful to consider when organizing your genealogical research.
In Organizing Genealogy Research, you’ll find a step-by-step guide to managing your all of your genealogy research and records. Learn how to name and organize digital files for quick retrieval, link paper and digital records, and tame your genealogy research.
Inside This Sassy Jane Genealogy eBook
1. Top Organizing Concepts from Archivists
- Controlled Vocabulary
- Authority Files
- Digital File Naming
- Data Entry
2. Creating the Six-Folder Digital Filing System
- Administrative Files
- Family Tree Software Files
- Family Photographs
- Primary Sources
- Secondary Sources
3. Managing Paper Records
- Filing and Retrieval
- Vintage Or Original Records
- Photocopies And Printouts
4. Linking Digital and Paper Records in Citations