Length: 60 minutes
Summary: You have 15 minutes before you need to _____________ (pick up the grandchildren / wash the dog / make dinner . . .). Is it really possible to do meaningful genealogy research in that short time period? Are you putting of researching an ancestor because you believe you need a two or three hour block of time? Learn how to use the Genealogy Pit Stop concept to succeed in the research race!
Description: Participants will learn what race car driving teams already know: you can accomplish important, detail-oriented work in a short amount of time. You’ll learn how to leverage to-do lists, research logs, tracking systems, clue gathering tricks and more to actually do genealogy research every day! No more saving that research for when you have a large block of time . . . which never seems to happen.
Audience Level: Beginner.
Requirements: Projection for computer on large screen; internet connection.
Content: 4 pages.
- Why the Genealogy Pit Stop concept works
- Case Study: 15 Minute Solution to John Ralph Austin’s World War I Draft Card
- Solid Research Tools Win the Race
- Get In and Get Out: Triage Your Research Findings
- Resource List
©2018, copyright Thomas MacEntee. All rights reserved.