For many of us, it can be overwhelming to try and stay on top of current educational topics in genealogy and to figure out where we need help. That’s why various forms of learning are popular with genealogists, including lectures at genealogy conferences, week-long institutes, webinars, and more.
What Is Your Genealogy Education Plan for 2015?
As we get nearer to the end of 2014, many of us are already focusing on 2015 and ways to improve our genealogy. Education is the key to getting the most out of the various genealogy resources available both online and by visiting archives and libraries.
Imagine you could simply “pick” from the genealogy tree of knowledge . . . what topic would you pick first? Evernote? Research logs? Research methodology? Think about the topics that matter to you, that could help improve your genealogy research and break through those brick walls.
Make a list and then make a commitment. Periodically “check in” – monthly is best – and re-evaluate your plan if necessary.
Tell Us Your Topics . . . And Get a $50 Amazon Gift Card
For our upcoming Holiday Special Boot Camp (held in conjunction with Hack Genealogy), we’re looking for topics to feature during our 3 hour webinar. Let us know specific problems to solve or areas to cover including technology!
Visit http://hackgenealogy.com/bcholidaytopics and enter your topic along with your name and email. We’ll select the best topics for the webinar on Saturday 29 November (sign up here – it’s FREE) and on Monday 1 December, we’ll announce a winner selected at random from all the entries and send them a $50 Amazon Gift Card!
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