Presented by Jana Greenhalgh, AG on 2 Nov 2021.
This session provides a valuable resource for genealogists preparing for the ICAPGen testing process to become accredited. But it is also designed for any professional or aspiring genealogist looking for ways to become more organized and efficient. Genealogists understand that research methods and record types vary from region to region. Storing useful region-specific tools (maps, lists of resources or databases, sample documents, historical timelines, etc.) in your files is efficient and helpful. This webinar will include tips about how to collect and organize your own personal research reference guides, what to include, and possible formats.
Jana Greenhalgh is an Accredited Genealogist® specializing in England research. She graduated from BYU in 2003 with a BA degree in Genealogy & Family History, and now teaches family history there as adjunct faculty. She has also been an instructor for BYU-Idaho’s online family history degree program, served on the Board of Directors for the Utah Genealogical Association, and as the Level 1 Chair for ICAPGen’s Testing Committee. She currently serves on the Conferences & Education Committee for ICAPGen. She has presented at various genealogy conferences, and enjoys helping people to be more effective family historians. Jana and her husband Brent live in Lehi, Utah with their seven children, and just for fun, they share their family history adventures via social media and online at The Genealogy Kids.