Getting Started Right: Documentation for New Genealogists
Establishing priorities gives your genealogical research a focus. This makes tracing your ancestry a satisfying and worthwhile process. Documenting from day 1 helps you avoid revisiting the same materials again and again, and it helps you understand important qualities of materials you use. Most important, documentation is essential for a family history to help others. This 15-part course teaches early-stage priority setting and documenting. It gives straightforward guidelines for citing materials that people embarking on genealogical research will encounter.