Genealogy Education

Becoming a Professional Genealogist: My Journey – Part 2

Posted on June 14, 2016 in Genealogical Technology, Genealogy Education

In my prior post, “Becoming a Professional Genealogist: My Journey – Part 1”, I gave a brief overview of how I arrived at my decision to transition to a professional genealogist. Now that I decided, I had to determine what I needed to do to make that happen. My first thought was education. I knew I needed to improve my […]

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Becoming a Professional Genealogist: My Journey – Part 1

Posted on June 7, 2016 in Genealogical Technology, Genealogy Education

I want to say right upfront—there is no one right way to achieve this goal. I decided to write this series of posts because I found that I am frequently asked what one needs to do to become a professional genealogist. If you think you are skilled in genealogy research, have a good grounding in running a small business, then […]

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Accolades for Michael Brophy and “Snagit Software for Genealogists”

Posted on January 23, 2016 in Genealogical Technology, Genealogy Education

Recently, I had the pleasure of attending Michael Brophy’s webinar “Snagit Software for Genealogists” sponsored by the Legacy Family Tree Webinar Series. Michael is extremely knowledgeable about TechSmith’s Snagit, which is much more than a screen capture program; and he provides us with an understanding of its many uses for genealogy. Michael has presented this lecture both online and onsite […]

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