Are you just starting out with genealogy or want to improve your research skills? Learn how to pair strategies used by historians with tips specific to genealogy in order to become an expert researcher.
In this presentation, you will learn essential skills for researching and documenting your work, from identifying reliable sources to adding context to the facts. This information is paired with advice for family historians, including where to look for genealogy records and how to find elusive ancestors. By the end of this presentation, you will have a roadmap for your genealogy research.
This presentation is ideal for those starting their family history research for the first time or for genealogists of any experience level looking for research strategies.
- Length: 60 minutes, including Q&A
- Audience: Genealogists and family historians, educators, and students
- Audience Level: Beginner to moderate
- Resources: Handout