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Tuesday’s Tip – Technology for Genealogy

Today’s tip is for those of us who wish to stay ahead of the learning curve when it comes to the apps, software, tablets, computers and gadgets that can serve us well in our genealogy research and writing.

We all know if can be a full-time job just keeping up on the newest of technology, let alone wondering how it can be applied to genealogy research and writing. There is a new Facebook group started by Susan Peterson called Technology for Genealogy. This group is aimed at genealogists eager to share and learn about technology and how it can relate to our industry. This Facebook page can assist you in 3 very major ways….

1. Follow the discussions
Even if you don’t consider yourself an expert  learn about what other genealogists are using and how you can apply them to your own genealogy research. The nice thing about this group is you’ll learn from those who are already using the tools. Learn how they are applying it to their genealogy research and writing before spending one dime.

2. Add Your Knowledge and Expertise
Perhaps your ahead of the learning curve on any given app or gadget. You can add many of your own insights to the conversation and help the rest of us out. Share your knowledge and expertise.

3. Ask a question, Get an answer
Need a specific question answered? Not sure a gadget is right for you? Afraid to spend the money? Ask for some feedback, this group is filled with knowledgeable professionals eager to share their hands on advice.

Click the link Technology for Genealogy and join the group. Join the hundreds of genealogists and family historians who are already sharing.  All levels of experience in both genealogy and technology are welcome.