Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Developing Research Plans While Staying on Track in a Modern World

Take a closer look at working research plans and the modern technology used by busy professionals to keep their research on track. Join us on April 9, where J. Mark Lowe will present Developing Research Plans While Staying on Track in a Modern World. This free webinar is part of the ongoing APG Professional Development webinar series sponsored by the Association of Professional Genealogists (APG), and is open to both members and non-members. Please feel free to share this invitation on relevant mailing lists, with your local society, or with anyone else who might have an interest.

Date: Tuesday, April 9, 2013, 9:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time

Description: Take a closer look at working genealogy research plans and modern technology used by busy professionals. Mark will share practical examples using modern technology, as well as a step-by-step process. Learn how to make effective plans that promote tight, conclusive work, whether for clients, or for your personal research. Acceptable professional standards, resources and examples will be emphasized. 

Presenter: J. Mark Lowe, CG, FUGA

J. Mark Lowe is a full-time professional genealogist, author, and lecturer and researches primarily in original records and manuscripts throughout the South.

Mark has published articles in APGQ, North Carolina Genealogical Society Quarterly, SPEAK!, The Longhunter, and other society publications. His weekly local history article appears in the Robertson County [Tenn.] Times. He is the Director of the Regional In-depth Genealogical Studies Alliance (RIGS Alliance) a week-long hands-on research session focusing on original documents and manuscripts in cooperation with the National Archives. He is also an instructor at the Institute of Genealogy & Historical Research (IGHR) and the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy (SLIG).

Mark is a former officer and Board member for the Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS), Past-President of the Association of Professional Genealogists, a Fellow of the Utah Genealogical Association, and was awarded the Grahame T. Smallwood Jr. Award by the Association of Professional Genealogists.


Recordings Also Available
For APG members who cannot attend on April 9, a recording of the webinar, along with the handout, will be made available in the Members Section of the APG website at http://www.apgen.org. If you're not already a member of APG, visit Join APG for more information.

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