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The Module Notes described how genealogists should prepare for future citation standards by retaining visual or auditory files when collecting and compiling source evidence. In this activity, you will apply these methods to your own personal research case study.
It is best practice to keep a visual or auditory record of every information item that you use. Create your reports as digital files and embed or link the visual or auditory records as thorough footnotes. If the image or audio file does not contain all of the elements required of a current citation, introduce them in the footnote or add them to the image or audio clip. To be considered completely adequate, it must be possible to write a citation that meets Genealogy Standards (2014) from the content and labeling of the visual or auditory record.
Develop visual or auditory records for at least four pieces of evidence from your unsolved case study. Then, create footnotes for each source. Remember that it should be possible to write a formal citation using the content you provide within the footnote. When completing this assignment, use the format that works best for your evidence. One suggestion would be to create a Word or Excel document, embed or link to your personal visual or auditory records, and write corresponding footnotes for each.