» » Genealogical Research on the Web (Neal-Schuman NetGuide Series)

Genealogical Research on the Web (Neal-Schuman NetGuide Series) ePub download

by Diane K. Kovacs

  • Author: Diane K. Kovacs
  • ISBN: 1555704301
  • ISBN13: 978-1555704308
  • ePub: 1456 kb | FB2: 1401 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Networking & Cloud Computing
  • Publisher: Neal-Schuman Publishers (December 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 193
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 142
  • Format: doc azw rtf mbr
Genealogical Research on the Web (Neal-Schuman NetGuide Series) ePub download

Web forms for each activity allow you to report your progress and receive further tips.

Diane K. Kovacs, The Virtual Reference Handbook: Interview and Information Delivery Techniques for the Chat and E-Mail Environment (Neal Schuman: New York, 2007)

Diane K. Kovacs, The Virtual Reference Handbook: Interview and Information Delivery Techniques for the Chat and E-Mail Environment (Neal Schuman: New York, 2007). 009 Conducting the Reference Interview: A How-to-Do-it Manual for Librarians by Catherine Sheldrick Ross, Kirsti Nilsen, and Marie L. Radford. New York: Neal-Schuman, 2009.

New York: Neal Schuman, 2002

New York: Neal Schuman, 2002. Diane Kovacs has done it again! She has produced an excellent resource for librarians as well as genealogists. There is also a free Web site (ww. ovacs. html) that readers may use for hands-on activities, as well as an address to e-mail the author.

Neal-Schuman NetGuide Series). How we measure 'reads'. Cite this publication. 118+ million publications.

Diane K. Kovacs is a consultant, teacher, and librarian. She has nine years' experience teaching online in library schools, for both the University of Illinois and San Jose State University. An instructional designer and trainer, she has developed courses for public and academic librarians on technology usage, library instruction, web design, government documents, virtual reference, and electronic collection development. In 2000 she received the "Documents to the People" award from the Government Documents Roundtable (GODORT).

I also offer site photography, of houses, churches and gravestones, et. within roughly a 25 mile radius of Tunbridge Wells.

This is not just another resource pointing you to the thousands of genealogical research sites on the Web. Instead, this dynamic text features the tips, techniques, and resources covered in Diane Kovac's popular workshops on how to efficiently unearth an amazing array of genealogical gold on the Web. Both amateur family-history sleuths and professional geneaologists have marveled at how useful the Web can be for those with the "Kovacs know-how." Included are URLs and passwords for informative Web-based activities, greatly enhancing the user-friendly quality of this book. Web forms for each activity allow you to report your progress and receive further tips from Ms. Kovacs. Learn when you'll have to travel and when you can research from home, how to involve others in your process, what resources and techniques to avoid, how to connect with experts and key libraries in the field, what tools and sites work best for the separate stages of the research process, and how to publish your own family history. Beginners, experts, librarians, and patrons - everyone has a treasure to uncover with the virtual hands-on help of Diane Kovacs!
E-Books Related to Genealogical Research on the Web (Neal-Schuman NetGuide Series):