Transcription Tuesday

News
19 January 2017

More than 300 people took part in WDYTYA? Magazine's first-ever Transcription Tuesday event this week, helping to make thousands of historic records more accessible to all

Blog
11 January 2017

Find out how you can sign up to take part in our first ever #TranscriptionTuesday event on 17 January 2017

Blog
10 January 2017

For our first-ever Transcription Tuesday event, Sarah Orme will be indexing the Cornwall Parish Registers on FamilySearch. Here, she explains why you should join her

Blog
10 January 2017

Sarah Williams, editor of WDYTYA? Magazine, explains why she has chosen to help the GB1900.org project for our first-ever Transcription Tuesday event

Blog
10 January 2017

WDYYTYA? Magazine art editor Robbie Bennie has chosen to work on the AnnoTate project for our very first Transcription Tuesday event. Here, he explains why you should join him...

Blog
10 January 2017

Claire Vaughan explains why you should join her as she takes part in the Waterloo Lives: In Their Own Words project for Transcription Tuesday 2017

Blog
10 January 2017

Andy Williams, sales executive on WDYTYA? Magazine, explains why he has chosen to support a project run by the National Library of Wales for Transcription Tuesday 

Blog
10 January 2017

For WDYTYA? Magazine’s first-ever Transcription Tuesday event on 17 January, staff writer Jon Bauckham will be volunteering for Operation War Diary. In this blog post, he explains why you should join him…

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