Talk:World Archives Project: Oxford Men and Their Colleges, 1880-1892, 2 Volumes
From Ancestry.com Wiki
Feel free to add to or edit information in this discussion tab as necessary. Please take time to become familiar with the General Keying Standards and be sure to read all instructions on the main project page. (Please note that in case of a discrepancy, project level instructions always trump general keying standards.)
Extra Keying Helps
Common Keying Errors Found by Reviewers
Key the full Birth place including county 'as seen' separated with s comma
- Liverpool, Lancs
- Camberwell, Surrey
- Ealing, Middx
Do not expand place names.
Key the year from the matriculation date, or the year that the person was at Oxford if no matriculation date is available.
Anna has just posted to the new project Q&A's that we are not to key these suffixes such as 'M A'
Include each person found in the list, including those that do not have birth date or matriculation date.
Questions and Answers
If you have a keying question that is not answered on the project page or in any of the information above, click “EDIT” and ask it here. (If you click on Rich Editor you won't have to worry about formatting your entry.) Then click “WATCH” at the top right on this page and you will be notified via email when an update has been made.
It looks like there is a discrepancy in the Oxford List description. The last sentence has the following: 'Index images should be classified as "Cover page, Section header, etc." form types and should not be keyed.' It looks like the Index images are supposed to be classified as 'Index', not 'Cover Pages', as stated later in the description of 'Index'. -- Corrected -- Wiedwoman 15:07, 18 April 2013 (UTC)
If you have a suggestion or would like to make an addition to the project page, click “EDIT” and post your suggestion here. (If you click on Rich Editor you won't have to worry about formatting your entry.) Then click “WATCH” at the top right on this page and you will be notified via email when an update has been made.