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28 Apr 2013

Organizing Genealogy Research Guide

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The Organizing Genealogy Research Using Archival Principles guide from Sassy Jane Genealogy helps you put your family history research in order with simple and effective strategies. Based on my career as professional archivist, where I arranged, filed, organized, and retrieved lots and lots and lots of primary sources, the Organizing Genealogy Research guide [...]

20 Mar 2013

Organizing the Sassy Jane Way @ RootsTech 2013

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If you're attending Rootstech and interested in organizing the Sassy Jane way, I'm presenting "Managing Your Digital Environment" on Friday at 3 p.m. in Room 155D. This session will show you how to use archival principles to: 1. Organize your information on your computer(s) 2. Use Internet tools for managing your [...]

6 Jun 2012

Organizing Your Digital Environment the Sassy Jane Way

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On Saturday at 5 p.m., I'll be presenting "Managing Your Digital Environment" at the Southern California Genealogical Society's Jamboree in Burbank. Organizing Your Digital Environment the Sassy Jane Way is all about streamlining and simplifying. No color codes or numbering systems needed. My genealogy organizing principles come from my career [...]

5 Feb 2012

Top Three Tips for Organizing Digital Genealogy Research Files

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My top three tips for organizing digital genealogy research files are today’s topic. Genealogists create lots of digital files in the course of their research. Some are downloads, some are scans of paper records in our research collections. But all of them need consistent processing if future search results are [...]