The weekend genealogist: timesaving techniques for effective research
Researching family history takes time - time that many people just don't have. This book shows them how to maximize their research efficiency by saving time and utilizing what little they have in the best way possible. Melnyk teaches how to make every minute count through step-by-step instruction and sidebars highlighting important tips and procedures. A wide variety of organizational techniques illustrate how to streamline research using everything from research facilities and the Internet to research trips, the postal service and more. Readers will learn how to focus their efforts to get the best results possible in the time available. Selling points: Addresses the very common reader frustration of not having the time necessary to do the work needed. Oganization and research techniques are presented in a clear, easy-to-understand fashion, appropriate for beginner and advanced researcher alike.
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Review: The Weekend Genealogist: Timesaving Techniques for Effective ResearchUser Review - Diane - Goodreads
Lots of useful organizational strategies, but lots of manual forms with information copied from one to another creating more opportunities for errors. But until I find a more efficient less manual process I will take what I can from her experience. p71 Squeezing every bit of information Read full review
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Got a few helpful hints.
Controlling the Paper Pile
Gathering Information by Mail
Getting Your Computer and
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