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Genealogy Research Process Map

Thursday, 10 Jul 2008 | by Mark Tucker

Genealogy Research Process Map - Version 2

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  1. [...] A complete history of changes can be found at Genealogy Research Process Map History. [...]

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  2. Mark,

    Your Genealogy Research Process Map is a great resource. Is it published? Can copies be purchased? I teach part-time, the beginning Family History class at BYU and I would like my students to have copies of your chart. A laminated version of your chart would be very useful. Thanks for all you do to expand and educate the genealogical community.
    Best wishes, Kelly R. Summers, AG

    Comment by Kelly Summers — 3 Jan 2009 @ 8:56 am

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  4. Hi Mark,
    I heard you talking with Lisa Louise Cooke on her podcast and I really enjoyed the interview. I couldn’t wait to get home to check out your blog. I’ll be snooping around here more often. I like the GPS and downloaded the map and of course I sent the powerpoint to my email. I can’t wait to see your presentation live! I hope you are going to the Jamboree in June. I’ll be there and it will be my first conference.

    Thank you for this tool. Hope to meet you soon!
    Tim Cox
    kyproud@comcast.net

    Comment by Tim Cox — 18 Mar 2009 @ 8:32 pm

  5. I absolutely love your genealogy research process chart. Even tho it says to download it, I got a blurry illegible picture. This would be lifesaving for me Please, if there is another way to get a copy, I would love it. If there’s a price, just ask! Althea

    Comment by Althea Stec — 13 Jun 2009 @ 3:35 pm

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  10. Mark,
    I’m giving a genealogy 101 type talk at the University of Calgary next week. Would I be able to include your Genealogy Research Process Map in my presentation (with attribution to you of course).

    Thanks,
    Joan

    Comment by Joan Miller (Luxegen Genealogy) — 23 Sep 2010 @ 1:37 pm

  11. Mark,

    I will be giving a Genealogy 101 talk at a local historical house (Farmington Plantation in Louisville, Ky) on Jul 23, 2011. Would it be ok if I include a copy of your Genealogy Research Process Map – Version 2 with my handouts? I would be more than happy to give you full credit for it and have a link to your website.

    Keep up the great work!

    Thanks,

    Deborah

    Comment by Deborah Andrew — 5 Jul 2011 @ 11:10 am

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  13. Hi Mark,

    After reading the above comments it sounds like I an not the only one that loves your GPS map. I teach the beginning research class at the local Family History Center. I would like to obtain notebook size copies for each of the class participants. Are they available and if so where do I go to purchase them?

    Thanks,
    Pamela

    Comment by Pamela Chatfield — 11 Jan 2012 @ 8:38 am

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  15. Mark, I just sent you a message on Facebook, but I will post my request here as well. I am writing a course and would like to receive your written permission to include a link to your Genealogy Research Process Map. The students will have to come here to download their own copy, but I would like to include the link in the handout I’m creating.
    Thank you.

    Comment by Leslie Lawson — 11 Apr 2012 @ 4:48 pm

  16. Mark,

    I hope you don’t mind — I display your process map on the website for my research management programme (www.genquiry.com) with attribution to you a a link here for people to download it if they wish. The actual link is on the More Information page under Further Reading.

    Thanks for this excellent piece of work!
    Helen

    Comment by ColeValleyGirl — 15 Apr 2012 @ 2:21 am

  17. [...] process that comprise the genealogical proof standard.”  They use Mark Tucker’s Genealogy Research Process Map as a graphical representation of the research process.  I find this approach to be encouraging. [...]

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