Thursday, April 18, 2013

Don’t Overlook the Research Wiki

James Tanner, writing in his blog Genealogy’s Star, gives us an interesting assessment of the Research Wiki. He also gives us a challenge…to use it.

The article provides a good idea of what the Wiki contains (over 71,000 articles on genealogy research and more), and also why it may be one of the most overlooked major resources on the Internet.

The article is well worth the read, and the Wiki is well worth the time it may take to get familiar with what it offers.

If you are new to the resource, go to the website, click on “Learn” in the top array of tabs, and then scroll down about 1/2 page to a link for the Research Wiki.

Check out James’ article at:

Genealogy's Star: The State of the Research Wiki

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