Genealogy Workflow - Taming the Digital Tiger
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
10:00 - 12:30 pm
One 2½ hour session
Note: This class is offered as both a one-time seminar and as one session in a series of monthly classes, which we call the "Genealogy Club." Clubs meet on the 3rd Tuesday (10:00 am - 12:30 pm) every month through November.
$25 for one session seminar, or
$70 for the Genealogy Club, which meets every month through November.
Click here to Register Online for either.
This course is designed for people who are either relatively new to genealogy, or have researched for a while and are finding document management overwhelming. It will also address how to manage the process to digitize paper records.
Understanding and managing your digital process is important to a genealogy project's success. Taming the Digital Tiger helps you learn to find, analyze, and file all those images and documents that are the sources of your genealogical evidence. This simple method demonstrates that document image storage takes place at your fingertips and is not limited by the size of either your house or your workspace.
In this session you will learn how to manage your research process and your documentation without leaving your computer. You will learn how easy it can be to set up a folder hierarchy, save those images and citations, and to process the evidence you discover without losing a thing. You will learn to Tame the Digital Tiger !
Learn how to manage your research process and your documentation without leaving your computer.
- How manage records with a folder hierarchy
- How to consistently save images and citations
- How to process the evidence you discover without losing anything