Published by Rvgslib.wordpress.com: Genealogy Insider – 8 Habits of Highly Organized Genealogists

This blog post is from the Genealogy Insider. What I like about the following eight getting-organized principles (which have come from Family Tree Magazine contributors and readers over the years) is that you can apply them with the tools and techniques that are right for you. You’ll learn a lot more about such tools and […]

https://rvgslib.wordpress.com/2016/01/22/genealogy-insider-8-habits-of-highly-organized-genealogists/

Published by Genealogy’s Star: Cluster Research

Very few genealogists realize the importance of cluster research. It seems counterintuitive to spend time researching people who are not obviously related to you in any way. The idea is that information that is entirely missing from your ancestors’ records may have been preserved by neighbors. Cluster analysis is very common in a number of…

http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/GACzzI/~3/URXh8T0dpNc/cluster-research.html

Published by LegacyFamilyTree: Break Down Brick Walls in Eastern European Research – free webinar by Lisa Alzo now available for limited time

The recording of today’s webinar, “Break Down Brick Walls in Eastern European Research” by Lisa Alzo is now available to view for free at www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com. Through sample case studies, you will learn about: lesser-utilized research tactics, key resources, and repositories to find your elusive Eastern European ancestors. View the Recording at FamilyTreeWebinars.com If you could not…

http://news.legacyfamilytree.com/legacy_news/2015/09/break-down-brick-walls-in-eastern-european-research-free-webinar-by-lisa-alzo-now-available-for-limi.html

Published by NGSGenealogy:Don’t Overlook Academic/Scholarly Publications As You Research Your Family

Resources, Resources, Resources … there can never be too many online ones that we know about and use!We’ve often written about WorldCat, Google Books & Scholar and I just re-read The Best Websites for Finding Academic Books and Journals (July 2014) and was reminded of a few old friends and also several websites that I…

http://upfront.ngsgenealogy.org/2015/09/dont-overlook-academicscholarly.html

Published by Dick Eastman: Keep Notes with Google Keep

Google Keep is a syncing notepad that connects to Google Drive. It also supports photo notes, voice notes, and checklists. It is available for Chrome browsers  on Windows and Macintosh, for Android devices, and for Chromebooks. It can be an excellent tool for taking notes in the field or for transcribing information found in books…

http://blog.eogn.com/2015/08/28/keep-notes-with-google-keep/

Published by Dick Eastman: (+) A Lesson to be Learned From One Library’s Conversion to a Digital Library

The following is a Plus Edition article written by and copyright by Dick Eastman.  One prestigious coeducational college preparatory boarding school recently made a radical change to its library. With 140 years of academic excellence, one would expect the school to be steeped in tradition. However, a visitor to the campus might be surprised to…

http://blog.eogn.com/2015/08/18/a-lesson-to-be-learned-from-one-librarys-conversion-to-a-digital-library/

Published by StumblingPast: Women and History at the #OzHA2015 History Conference

The history profession in Australia appears to be a healthy profession for women judging from the proceedings of the annual conference of the Australian Historical Association held in Sydney this week. The prominent keynote sessions were dominated by women and …

https://stumblingpast.wordpress.com/2015/07/13/women-history-at-ozha2015/