You'll Love This If:
- You want to get started documenting your genealogy sources
- You want the information in your family tree to be backed by fact
- You want to create a clear trail of where you found information on each of your family members
Presenter: Shannon Combs Bennett
Duration: 60 minutes
Source documentation is a genealogy fundamental. Keeping a clear record of where you found a fact can help organize information about your ancestors and act as evidence to support your family findings. It's important to develop a documentation habit early on, yet some may find the subject somewhat overwhelming. In this hour-long webinar, Shannon Combs Bennett will break it down into digestible pieces so you can start benefitting from source citations right away.
What You'll Learn:
- How and why you should cite your genealogy sources, with examples of common source citations
- How not all source citations are created equal and you need to know your audience (you, client, society, etc)
- How to log and keep track of your citations
- How to create templates for future use of common citations
About The Presenter:
Shannon Combs Bennett is an acclaimed genealogy blogger and former blogger for Family Tree University. She is a contributor to Family Tree Magazine, Family Tree University, and is a resident of Virginia, where she participates in many genealogy-related organization and activities.