RLP 107: Dealing with Documents
Today’s episode of Research Like a Pro is about how to deal with the documents you acquire in your research. For client projects, we typically arrange the documents that correspond with a research report into a PDF file with each image copy labelled and a citation attached. We discuss how to do this with Canva and Word. We also discuss downloading images, naming protocol, organization, copyright, and workflow.
How to Create a Digital Document Storing Protocol by Diana at Family Locket
Using Canva to Add Source Citations to Document Images by Alice Childs at Family Locket
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