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Friday, August 19, 2011

Follow Friday - 19 Aug 2011


Follow Friday
19 Aug 2011



When I see the phrase: " …is very, very commonly ignored especially by novices, but often by experienced researchers…" it catches my attention.

James Tanner writing at Genealogy's Star includes this phase in his excellent discussion of The Research Process Steps in "Skipping the evaluation of records."

I believe we can each benefit form this updated presentation making use of the new information at the FamilySearch Research Wiki. Check it out, both the blog post by James and the Wiki references. … whether you are a novice or and experiences researcher…  ;-)


What do you think? Will you use this reminder it? Comments welcomed.


Families are Forever!  ;-)

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for suggesting useful resources. Over the past few weeks I've found some really good information on blogs that you recommended.

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  2. Thank you, Sheryl. Positive feedback keeps us going! ;-)

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