This month, Practice some preventative medicine with your family tree by guarding it from sick sources, learn what DNA tests can reveal about your genealogy and get the 411 on why you should be citing your sources. Plus: A breakdown of some new genealogy apps.
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Lisa Louise Cooke
News from the Blogosphere with Genealogy Insider Diane Haddad
Diane shares what’s new in the world of genealogy, including some apps that can help you go mobile with your family research:
Top Tips: Recognizing Sick Sources
Every family tree is vulnerable to fall victim to diseased records. Sharon DeBartolo Carmack, the family tree doctor, is in the house and she’s going to give you tips for recognizing sick sources and preventing them from infecting your research. Her article “Preventative Medicine” appears in the October/November 2012 issue of Family Tree Magazine. Buy the issue here.
101 Best Websites: Using a DNA Test
101 Best Websites 2012FamilyTreeDNA
Lisa talks with Bennett Greenspan, founder and president of FamilyTreeDNA
, about using DNA as a tool to validate or disprove your research..
Family Tree University: Source Documentation 101
Family Tree University Instructor Charlotte Bocage shares a few tricks for citing your sources. Learn more about Charlotte's class: Source Documentation 101
The Publisher's Desk with Allison Dolan
In this episode Allison recommends the following books:
Have fun climbing your family tree!
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