[APG Public List] citation think group APGers-isn't there one of those?

Jacqueline Wilson wilssearch at me.com
Tue Jun 8 21:13:21 MDT 2010

Elissa -I was hoping such a critter already existed.  As I am already  
on the TGF list,  and get all those wonderful things from ESM and  
others already, that does not help me any.  But I highly recommend it  
to Cynthia.

The study group was what I am aiming for.  But how to structure it - I  
have not a clue and am too tired tonight to "think" about it.

Jacqueline Wilson
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On Jun 8, 2010, at 9:14 PM, Elissa Scalise Powell, CG wrote:

Interesting that Lisa referred to the TGF email list since it is  
Mills who does much of the answering on citations either there or  
here. She
is very generous with her time, when she can.

I took the original question to mean a study group outside of an email  
and was waiting to see if anyone knew of one. This could be a "cause"  
someone might choose to "champion" just as the _Pro Gen_ Study Group was
formed as a response to a need.

What would such a "think group" look like? Would it be people sitting  
creating references for pre-selected sources? Would it be a place to  
your own citations off others? Would it be study of the whys and  
of the citation models? Would it be like the couple of weeks that Dr.  
Jones spends on citations in the Boston University Genealogical Research
Certificate course? Just what would this animal look like? How would  
it be

More questions than answers,
Elissa in Pittsburgh

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