[APG Public List] APGPublicList Digest, Vol 8, Issue 4
dougb81042 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 9 13:13:04 MDT 2010
This has been suggested several times on the TG list but no one has jumped
up and said I'm in charge.
I would also like to sign up for one like this. Given the size of the effort
one could envision a group formed and then spend a month on each chapter in
EE depending on how many examples you wanted to work with and how often you
submitted your effort to your peer group.
From: "Elissa Scalise Powell, CG" <Elissa at PowellGenealogy.com>
> Subject: Re: [APG Public List] citation think group APGers-isn't there
> one of those?
> To: "'APG LIST as of Summer 2009'" <apgpubliclist at apgen.org>
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> Interesting that Lisa referred to the TGF email list since it is Elizabeth
> 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 list
> and was waiting to see if anyone knew of one. This could be a "cause" that
> 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 bounce
> your own citations off others? Would it be study of the whys and wherefores
> of the citation models? Would it be like the couple of weeks that Dr. Tom
> 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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