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This video helps FamilySearch users understand why FamilySearch has different levels of access to records on its site. It also explains why, when FamilySearch doesn't have the images of records, it links to other sites, even some fee sites.
This video is adapted from a presentation given at the 2010 National Genealogical Society Conference entitled “Doing Research in Real Time-An Exhilarating Collaboration Experience!" Its purpose is to demonstrate that genealogical research can be conducted by forming a collaborative team that can work together online. By utilizing this type of approach, a small team of researchers can produce more artifacts and results in less time than a single researcher working alone. The Wiki Article/Handout link found above provides more detailed information about the process and tools that can be selected and utilized.
In this short video you will learn the principles to effective genealogical research. Dr. Tom Jones gives the steps of research, helpful hints and overall direction on how to overcome your “brick walls.” This lesson presents research ideas that can be more fully explored in the full research course title Inferential Genealogy, which includes the same concepts with case studies and simulated, interactive coaching.
This video gives users tips for effectively searching for records of their ancestors. It explains how to use filters to bring birth, marriage, death, census, and other records about an ancestor to the top of the search results list.