RLP 103: Creating Layered Source Citations
Today’s episode of Research Like a Pro is about creating layered citations for images found on the four major genealogy websites: Ancestry, FamilySearch, MyHeritage, and Findmypast. We discuss how to separate the digital layer from the physical layer, and the five elements of a source citation. We discuss what element to lead with and how to find the details you need to include.
Peeling Back the Layers: Online Source Citations Part 1 – by Diana about Ancestry.com
Peeling Back the Layers: Online Source Citations Part 2 – by Diana about FamilySearch.org
Peeling Back the Layers: Online Source Citations Part 3 – by Diana about MyHeritage and Findmypast
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