What do I do when some of the information is from a reference image?
I am reviewing a document: Liberia—2008 Census [Part K][M3ZJ-RQ7]
The document is a continuation of a household that exceeded 10 family members and thus, another page was needed to record everyone living under that roof. However, the beginning page (the one that I am NOT reviewing) had corrected household identification numbers and other various identification numbers. However the second page (the one I AM reviewing) does not have the changes, but rather all of the identification numbers are crossed out with a note referring to the previous page. Should I take the information that is on the page that I am actually reviewing, or should I take the information from the page that is referenced?
Should I take the information that is on the page that I am actually reviewing, or should I take the information from the page that is referenced?
- The PI, bullet point 9 says to index each census form as a stand-alone image. Meaning you index the image given in your batch and not from reference images.
- The PI also says that the completed index and links to digital images will be freely accessible online. A researcher will see the House Hold No on the previous image, if it helps them in their research.
As per the crossed out information, the general indexing guidelines indicates when information was crossed out, corrected, canceled, or marked void, follow the instructions for “crossed out” that match the situation.
- When information was crossed out and then replaced, type the new information in the appropriate fields.
- When information was crossed out, was not replaced, and can be read, type the crossed-out information.
- When information was crossed out, was not replaced, and cannot be read, mark the field as unreadable by pressing Ctrl+U, or on the indexing toolbar, click the icon.
Hope it helps.1