Making your Genealogy more Credible and Useful to Others

Making your Genealogy more Credible and Useful to Others
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Categories
Online Events
Date:
Thu 26 Nov 2020
Duration:
1 hour
Price:
£10.00
Places remaining:
6

Genealogy needs to be shared. It serves no point otherwise.

For those who want to use your work, you offer a huge benefit if you can give some assurance that it is of sound quality. The facts you include need to be seen as coming from reliable sources that can be checked. So assurance depends on you stating where your facts have come from and providing a reference to where you found them.

In this one-hour talk Ian Waller explains:

- How to do it effectively and straightforwardly;

- How to ensure that others can follow in your footsteps and come to the same conclusions as you.

Proper assessment of sources is also essential, so that you and others are drawing the right conclusions. You need to know how to do this and how to make judgements on what you find is important. Ian looks at:

-Approaches to take;

- How to treat the outcomes in your work so that others can follow your thinking and follow the evidence trail.

There will be a Question and Answer session 

Date and Time:  26 November 14:00 (UK) 

Speaker: Ian Waller  is a retired professional genealogist with over thirty years experience in English research. He is the author or many books, several published by our society. He is a qualified adult education tutor and lectures widely on family history topics. He is a Fellow of AGRA where he was a former Chairman/Council member, and also a Fellow of the Society of Genealogists

What you need to know:

On 25 November an email invitation will be sent to all who have booked which includes a password and link to the talk - remember to check your spam folder. Please ensure you use the same user name that you used at booking, to login to the talk on the day.

We will use Zoom, which is free and easy to use. You can find find more information about joining our talks on our website