Very often, attending genealogy lectures at a one-day workshop or a genealogy conference can be overwhelming. Yes our heads are filled with ideas and we are inspired to go back and put the knowledge to use; yet how many of us will actually take what we’ve learned and apply it to our genealogy research?
So what can you do not only to turn learning into action, but also take up the goal of accessing more genealogy education – both online and in-person – in the future?
- Ready to learn: Do you spend time putting yourself in “learn” and “absorb” mode before you attend a genealogy event or do you just show up? We’ll cover how you can make sure you’re ready for your best day of genealogy school ever!
- Take note: You remember taking notes from high school or college, but are you aware of some of the latest technologies available for note taking?
- Make a plan: We’ll cover two types of genealogy education plans: one which helps you plan out attendance at future conferences, workshops, institutes and even online webinars. The other will help you track concepts you’ve learned and set goals to put the learning into action.
- Keep on learning: How can you stay on top of the upcoming options for genealogy education? Have you factored in webinars, podcasts, radio shows and even Google Hangouts? We’ll show you where to get the latest information and how to get notified via email of new offerings.