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Zoom-able Genealogy Research Process Map

Friday, 4 Mar 2011 | by Mark Tucker

I have had fun thinking about what else I can make “zoom-able” using the Zoom.it website.

So here is the Genealogy Research Process map:

Let me know if you find this format useful.

Genealogy Research Process Map Goes Dutch

Tuesday, 29 Apr 2008 | by Mark Tucker

Soon after posting the Genealogy Research Process map, I was contacted by Bob Coret about translating it into Dutch.  Bob took charge of the entire effort and enlisted the help of the Family Tree Forum (Stamboom Forum).  With the help of about 8 volunteers the map was translated, reviewed, and corrected.  My part of the project was easy as I simply copied and pasted the translations and as needed reduced the font size to fit the longer words.  The team did an excellent job and I want to congratulate them for their efforts.  I hope the translated map will be very useful to you for many years.

 Genealogy Research Process Map (Dutch)

downloadable PDF (Dutch) – 8.1 MB

Genealogy Research Process Map Discussed on The Genealogy Guys Podcast

Friday, 7 Mar 2008 | by Mark Tucker

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.

Genealogy Research Process Map – Desktop Wallpaper

Friday, 7 Mar 2008 | by Mark Tucker

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:

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Genealogy Research Map

Sunday, 24 Feb 2008 | by Mark Tucker

Genealogy Research Process Map

The Genealogy Research Map (downloadable PDF – 11.4 MB) combines the concepts found in The Genealogical Proof Standard (GPS) from the Board for Certification of Genealogists and the many works of Elizabeth Shown Mills into a single visualization.  It is my hope that others will find this map useful as a learning tool or reference. 

For those interested in a format for use as desktop wallpaper, follow this link.

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