I want to thank Caron Primas Brennan, our speaker, for allowing me to post the handout. Posting the handout as a PDF will allow those that access it to have the ability to reach all of the links embedded in the handout with one click.
Take a look at the following link to the handout. The embedded links within the handout are very good and provide other tips on organizing your genealogical “stuff”.
Make sure you look at page 2 of the handout since there are a series of links to some articles from Dear Myrtle focusing on methods of organization for the genealogist. Most of the links you can access in the handout are on page 2 of the handout. So don’t miss these for other ideas on organizing your genealogical materials.
Enjoy the handout. Use the tips and motivate yourself at this “new” time of the year to resolve to get all of your genealogical “stuff” organized and easily accessible.
Organization of your materials just makes your research more efficient and effective because you will have the time to actually do the research instead of using the time to simply find your “stuff” needed in order to continue your research.
Enjoy the handout!
Schaumburg Township District Library