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This page contains materials for teaching the FamilySearch Research Wiki to others. The Slideshow presentations are PowerPoint presentations that have been saved as PDF files. These may be saved and shared to teach others how to use the Research Wiki. Take the time to look through the Slideshow presentations to determine which one works best for you. Some slideshows include notes to help the presenter know what to say, and some include notes on the slides that explain what the slide means.  
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This page contains materials for teaching the FamilySearch Research Wiki to others. The Slideshow presentations are PowerPoint presentations that have been saved as PDF files. These may be saved, printed, and shared to teach others how to use the Research Wiki. Take the time to look through the Slideshow presentations to determine which one works best for you. Some slideshows include notes to help the presenter know what to say, and some include notes on the slides that explain what the slide means. For those with little or no Internet access while teaching, save the PDF file to a computer, and these will work as an excellent sustitute for showing a live demonstration of the Wiki.
  
 
[https://wiki.familysearch.org/en/images/c/c7/FamilySearch_Research_Wiki.pdf Self-Guided Presentation with Presenter Notes]  
 
[https://wiki.familysearch.org/en/images/c/c7/FamilySearch_Research_Wiki.pdf Self-Guided Presentation with Presenter Notes]  

Revision as of 15:08, 4 February 2009

This page contains materials for teaching the FamilySearch Research Wiki to others. The Slideshow presentations are PowerPoint presentations that have been saved as PDF files. These may be saved, printed, and shared to teach others how to use the Research Wiki. Take the time to look through the Slideshow presentations to determine which one works best for you. Some slideshows include notes to help the presenter know what to say, and some include notes on the slides that explain what the slide means. For those with little or no Internet access while teaching, save the PDF file to a computer, and these will work as an excellent sustitute for showing a live demonstration of the Wiki.

Self-Guided Presentation with Presenter Notes

Self-Guided Presentation without presenter notes

Teacher-Guided Presentation with presenter notes