Communicating, Organizing, and Sharing Family History
December 30, 2005
In the Fall 2005 issue of the online scholarly journal, The BYU Family Historian, Marlo E. Schuldt wrote a fascinating article entitled "Communicating, Organizing, and Sharing Family History: Problems, Solutions, and Philosophy."
Schuldt explains the difficulties of communication and our desire to preserve and share our family history for future generations. He provides insight on how to organize digital collections. He is also a developer of the add-on Photo Collector & ProMedia Manager Suite.
The BYU Family Historian is published annually. This issue's articles include:
- Documenting Victims of the Holocaust: The Mokotowskis of Otwock, Poland
- Communicating, Organizing, and Sharing Family History: Problems, Solution, and Philosophy
- New Zealand Research: Maori
- Identifying Ancestral Haunts: Family History, GIS, and Information Needs
View the journal by clicking here.
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