Earlier this week, Drew Smith and George G. Morgan (The Genealogy Guys) spent 9 minutes of their podcast discussing the Genealogy Research Process map. Their discussion starts about 26 minutes into the podcast. I am a long time listener of The Genealogy Guys and am pleased that they are spreading the word about the map. Both George and Drew were very kind in their remarks about this visualization based on the work of The Board For Certification of Genealogists and Elizabeth Shown Mills.
There have been some requests to provide the Genealogy Research Process map in a format for use as desktop wallpaper. Here are both widescreen and fullscreen resolutions:
DearMyrtle has honored a question I posted on the APG mailing list and the many good responses with the BEST of the Internet for Genealogists Award: Most Interesting Thread for the week ending 24 February 2008.
Myrt writes in part:
The public genealogy mailing list of APG, the Association of Professional Genealogists, has recently discussed a topic proposed by ThinkGenealogy.com’s Mark Tucker who asked: [APG] How Widely Used is the Genealogical Proof Standard (GPS)?
When I posted the question to the APG list, I was in the final stages of developing the Genealogy Research Process map and was wondering what kind of reception it would receive. It has been well received.
Thank you Myrt for the recognition.