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Friday, March 11, 2011

Follow Friday - 11 March 2011

Follow Friday - 11 March 2011

I hope this blog post is not new to you, but if it is, please take the time to read it clear through. THANKS!

Genealogy Citations: Good, Better, Best by Joan Miller at Luxegen Genealogy and Family History


I especially liked this (as a former Charter Member of a Toastmasters Club in Winslow, Arizona, in the dark ages):

"I suggest using a toastmasters approach which is sharing what they are doing well, offering constructive suggestions for improvement and leaving them hopeful and wanting to help build the best research possible. We can offer suggestions that provide concrete examples for others to follow."

ALSO, be sure to see the suggestions under the titles, near the end:
Education about Genealogy Citations, and
Creating Awareness of Genealogy Citations

And, finally:
"We can lead by example.  Instead of talking about this let’s DO something.  Let’s make folks aware!"


Families are Forever!  ;-)

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