Thursday, 4 July 2019

Genealogy and the Use of Online Resources

I've discovered that an article I wrote for the journal Scottish Archives in 2012, entitled Genealogy and the Use of Online Resources, is hosted online at https://www.scottishrecordsassociation.org/Scottish%20Archives%2018.web.2%20Paton.pdf.

Although some parts are now dated (Addressing History sadly no longer exists online, and the NRS is now wifi enabled!), it might still be of interest, as I suspect that the immortal battle between the merits of both online and ofline access to records is one that will continue until Armageddon!


Chris

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