New genealogical resources, eLearning tools, “how-to” discussions, and other items useful to the genealogist and family historian appear Online nearly every day. This webinar will provide some tips and tricks for staying current with data that is most important to you and your research. Some standards for using Online sources and for sharing information with others will be also be addressed.
Linda Woodward Geiger is a professional historical and genealogical researcher, author, and lecturer. She is an associate of the Board for Certification of Genealogists (BCG), holding credentials as a Certified Genealogistsm and as a Certified Genealogical Lecturersm. Although she specializes in Georgia's state and county records prior to 1900 and a variety of federal records, particularly of the southeast region of the United States, she has extensive experience in Cherokee research before and during removal. She also specializes in methods for finding elusive ancestors--those mighty brick walls.
Linda is the coordinator for a new course for the 2013 Institute of Genealogical and Historical Research (IGHR)—The Five Civilized Tribes: The Records and Where to Find Them.
Linda is on the board of the Georgia Genealogical Society and Friends of the National Archives Southeast Region. She moderates monthly webinars for each organization and serves as their respective webmaster.