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Presenting at Family History Expo 2008 in Mesa, AZ

Tuesday, 24 Jun 2008 | by Mark Tucker

I will be presenting at the Family History Expo 2008 held in Mesa, Arizona on November 14-15.  The Expo is organized by My Ancestors Found.  My presentation is currently scheduled for Saturday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. and is titled: Navigating Research with the Genealogical Proof Standard.

Here is the short course description:

(Beginner – Experienced) This class discusses the Genealogical Proof Standard and walks the student through the process by way of a visualization called the Genealogy Research Process map. Each step is explored through case study and uses traditional and online resources.

This is the first time that a conference by My Ancestors Found is being held in Arizona.  This is exciting as it will be about an hour drive from where I live.  It is a bonus that I get to present.

I encourage all that can to attend this conference.  If you are interested, attend my presentation.  At the very least, say hello if you see me.

2 Comments »

  1. Hi Mark!
    I saw somewhere else that you were presenting at this conference. I’m very interested in learning more and in perhaps doing something for the Beehive newspaper about the conference. Can you get in touch with me about this?

    Comment by Cecily Markland — 1 Aug 2008 @ 2:34 pm

  2. Mark:

    I’m sorry I won’t be able to make this exciting presentation. I would really like to learn more about your Genealogy Research Process map but a previous committement will prevent me from attending.

    I’ve downloaded tthe file (map) and I’ve looked it over in detail and believe it to be a great tool for genealogy researchers. Is it possible I place a copy of it on the Pennington Research Association’s website and on our blog for our site visitors and Members to use?

    Gene Pennington (Group 7)
    Chairman
    Research Director
    Pennington Research Association, Inc.
    http://www.PenningtonResearch.org
    PRA Blog – http://praresearch.blogspot.com

    Comment by Gene Pennington — 4 Oct 2008 @ 11:42 am

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