Sorry this was posted late! My internet went down yesterday. This is when I realize that reliance of technology can be dangerous! Some great finds this week and the excitement of being interviewed for the Geneablogger series “May I Introduce…” It was a good exercise in self-reflection answering the interview questions. It definitely gave me reason to contemplate my research and re-evaluate my goals!
~ The Practical Archivist: Tips and tricks to deal with your archival materials.
~ Family Oral History Using Digital Tools : Amazing articles on ways you can use new technology to record oral histories and also some great ways to prompt oral histories and conversations about family history! Loved this one about the Census and talking to the blog author’s mother!
~ Opening Doors in Brick Walls: It was through this site that I discovered Colleen Greene but it also provides great information in its own right! Lovely family stories which help guide you through the genealogical research process.
~ Colleen Greene: Colleen Greene is my favourite find this week! Not only is she a Genealogist she’s a librarian, and a web designer. Because she has a knowledge base in web design and html she has provided fabulous articles on how to improve your blog and how to use my newest genealogy tool, Evernote! I’m excited to work through her past posts to hopefully gain a better grasp of what this tool can do for me!
~ Ancestories: Always has great Friday Finds and Follows and she has some great series posts. I think I will need to try the series of posts on Getting More Traffic to My Blog 😉
~ Being a Beginner Again from the blog “Life From The Roots” : Great little article that helps put things in perspective. We all start over as genealogists each time we start a new area of research or delve into the history of a new ancestor…no one is alone!
~ Genealogy Tip of the Day and Genealogy Search Tip of the Day : Always looking for tips, advice, and reminders but it is often hard to find the time to scour the internet and read countless articles. I like these quick tips!