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Helping patrons find their roots, a genealogy handbook for librarians, Janice Lindgren Schultz

Label
Helping patrons find their roots, a genealogy handbook for librarians, Janice Lindgren Schultz
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Illustrations
illustrationsfacsimiles
Index
index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Helping patrons find their roots
Nature of contents
handbooksbibliography
Oclc number
1010602524
Responsibility statement
Janice Lindgren Schultz
Sub title
a genealogy handbook for librarians
Summary
Commercials for genealogy websites make it look as if a person enters a name and a plethora of information unfolds without effort. Genealogy librarianship involves knowing your subject; good research skills; and uncovering networking opportunities. Which is more important in a genealogy room: staff with excellent library skills, or staff with knowledge in genealogy, but needing training in library procedures? Schultz provides a handbook that can be used for both training and management
Table Of Contents
What is genealogy? -- Genealogy 101 -- Finding genealogy records -- Continuing the search -- Published sources -- Advanced genealogy -- Collection development and training
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