"Records Interrogation: Ogling Photographs"
Find yourself repeatedly gazing at documents for a hot lead? Have you thoroughly identified every piece of information separating important facts from clues? A good genealogist needs to broaden themselves using the wealth of information available to them by crossing over and integrating savvy methodology with archaic resources, databases or Internet. The only characteristics you need to resolve are an active curiosity, imagination, patience, willingness to improvise, and the tenacity to see it through.
—This is an interactive session
You will learn how to
- Identify important clues in a source
- Evaluate each piece of information
- Think creatively without boundaries
- Create a list of alternative resources
- Develop a timeline
What you take home
A wealth of knowledge from an experienced library professional and researcher! Lyn's email, should you have any follow-up questions and an information package filled with new resources for your next research challenge.