Family History Research

November ProGen assignment update

on November 7, 2010

Our November ProGen 10 Study Group assignment was a lot of fun to create. The first step was to go on LibraryThing.com or a similar book indexing website or use a spreadsheet, to record all the genealogical books, magazines, journals, CD’s, etc., in our personal libraries. The second step was to identify books, journals, CD’s, etc., missing from our collections. The third step was to create a purchasing plan to obtain the missing items.

I have heard from other ProGen Study Group participants that this particular assignment was fun and informative because you could see what resources others had. If you are interested in seeing what is currently in my personal library, you can view it on LibraryThing.com. I have a personal book listing on LivingSocial.com’s Visual Bookshelf. Just look for Jen Holik-Urban if you want to see what I read for fun.

If you have an online book collection and want to share it, please post a comment with the link.

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