“The Changing Pace of Family History Research”
Categories: RT, IR
How do you stay current with your own family genealogy when the tools around you are constantly changing? Never before has technology helped so many so fast–and yet the ardent genealogist can feel torn between keeping up with technological changes or furthering their genealogy research. You don’t have to choose one over the other. Start the New Year by applying a few tools that will organize your efforts, save you time, and energize your research in 2012.
Karen Clifford is a Midwestern and Southern States Accredited Genealogist professional. She develops curriculum and teaches multiple genealogy course at Salt Lake Community College (UT) and Monterey Peninsula College (CA). She has moved to Provo since it is now possible to teach all her classes online. She has published several textbooks in genealogy including The Complete Beginner’s Guide to Genealogy, the Internet, and Your Genealogy Computer Program (2nd edition, 2011, Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, MD); 2) Digging Deeper: Understanding Pre-1805 Genealogy Record Groups (2011 – see the GRA website); and 3) Becoming an Accredited Genealogist (Ancestry.com). She is President/CEO of Genealogy Research Associates, Inc. with website www.GRAonline.com . She served 12 years as director of the local FHC in Monterey, CA; 10 years on the board of the Federation of Genealogical Societies; 12 years as an ICAPGen Commissioner; on the program committee for the 2011 RootsTech Conference; and currently chairs the ICAPGen Test Development Committee. Her husband Ray Clifford is Associate Dean of the BYU College of Humanities and Director of the Languages Center.
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