Monday, September 19, 2016

ARCHIVED: ESM's Quick Lesson - Citing digital census images

For this hangout we studied Elizabeth Shown Mills' post “Citing digital census images on LAC - not Ancestry," on her Evidence Explained: Historical Analysis, Citation and Source Usage website ( : accessed 30 Sept 2015).

Homework submitted in advance by panel participants reflects their thinking on the subject. In Hilary's case, she isn't researching Library of Canada records, but has accomplished the task of integrating Elizabeth's guiding principles into her English records research.

Hilary Gadsby --

Melinda Culpon --

Sheri Fenley: --

Lisa Gorrell: --- Here is my homework for this week:

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