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New genealogical resources, eLearning tools, “how-to” discussions, and other items useful to the genealogist and family historian appear online nearly every day. This webinar will provide some tips and tricks for staying current with data that is most important to you and your research. Some standards for using online sources and for sharing information with others will be also be addressed.

This class was presented to a live webinar (online seminar) audience on February 1, 2013. 1 hour 27 minutes, plus 3 pages of handouts.

Viewers' comments:
  • A wonderful presentation with lots to follow up on.
  • An excellent Webinar--was able to learn how-to genealogical information that I wasn't aware of until this program. Thank you Legacy Family Tree for sponsoring these type of Webinars.
  • Enjoyable presentation. Thanks for the information!
  • Excellent info, didn't realize I should be more skeptical of what I find, now I will be thanks to her.
  • Excellent. Headed now to some of the great places that Linda suggested in the webinar. Thanks legacy, Geoff and Linda for a great webinar.
  • Good basic information and reminders about the weath of material online but that we need to always read it carefully and check sources.
  • Good basic information on a wide range of topics and excellent cautionary reminders.
  • Good content for beginner and intermediate genealogists. She had a good balance between her three topics, and covered them well.
  • Good presentation - exactly as described. Good visuals. Many good, reliable sources referenced - and a few I didn't know about!!!!
  • Great way to think about research! Lots of sources, many notes taken!
  • I am excited to try many of the websites she gave us.  She covered the subject thoroughly and interestingly.
  • I did not know there were so many source available. This is information I believe I really needed. Also, cautions regarding source information was very informative.
  • I especially liked the tips on the relatively curious toolbar; maps and webinar website ideas.
  • I learned so much today...I didn't know what I didn't know...
  • I thoroughly enjoyed this, being my first one. You clarified many things, validated many ideas I had, and shared so very much. Thank you.
  • I very much enjoyed Linda's speaking. She was continuous with her thoughts and coordinating with the slides. Yet comfortable and homey. I found reinforcement of my understanding and warnings I was not aware of. It was a pleasure and I stayed to the very end of the Q &A, which I often don't do. I will sign up to hear more of her.
  • It was a good mix for both beginners and experienced; we all need reminders to think twice and be diligent in our enthusiasm to find answers.  I liked the program.
  • Loved her common sense approach, especially about citations and sources. It's better to put down at least something for a source rather than be scared of doing wrong and not doing it at all!
  • Most of the things she spoke of I already use caution with- this webinar is really good for people new to genealogy who think that everything they need to do their family tree can be found online.
  • Outstanding mix of resources presented -- good for both beginning and experienced genealogists!
  • This was my 1st webinar & it was so easy to access & no problems with audio or anything.  Plus the subject was great - very informative.
View all of Linda's webinar CDs here.

About the author
Linda Woodward Geiger is a Certified Genealogist and Certified Genealogical Lecturer. Linda and J. Mark Lowe are principles of the Regional In-depth Genealogical Studies Alliance (RIGS Alliance). RIGS Alliance conducts interactive learning sessions and hands-on-research focusing on original documents and manuscripts at regional archives. Linda specializes in southeastern federal records and Georgia’s state and county records. She is also recognized for her work documenting Cherokee Heritage and research with the Georgia chapter of the Trail of Tears Association.

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