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Research Notes 2020-6-22


We have a nice little treat for our members this week . . . a presentation! Actually, this is a test run to see how we can provide online presentations for our members while this virus keeps us from having society meetings. This week’s presentation is Affordable Research and it introduces you to an impressive number of free resources available to help your research efforts.



While you can watch the presentation here at SAGS Support using your desktop computer, you may have sound problems unless you have a headset or speakers. If you have a mobile device, you should not have any sound problems.

Another option is to view it on Tumblr using a mobile device. You will have better sound on a mobile device than on a desktop. It’s also available on the Members Network group on MeWe.com.

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The link to the presentation on Tumblr is https://www.tumblr.com/blog/affordable-research. Even if you have a problem with the video, there’s also an impressive collection of affordable research resources in this blog.

Since this is an experiment, if you have any problems drop me a note at sags.publications@yahoo.com. Any feedback would be appreciated.

 

There are a number of new and impressive genealogy groups now on the MeWe social network. Laverne Tornow recently opened the All About Family History group for people new to genealogy. Lee Thayer’s Genealogy People Photos is a delight and his Genealogy & Family Research already has 370 members. The Genealogy Research Resources group now has 37 members and Genealogy One has 1248. The Genealogy Researcher’s Digital Toolbox is under construction but should be online by the end of the week.

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Final Notes

Each new post published at SAGS Support is automatically emailed to member subscribers and/or delivered to their newsreader. Research Notes is published every Monday morning and other articles are posted during the week. Subscribers have the option to control how often these updates are delivered. Look down at the bottom of this message and you will find a Manage Subscriptions link in the fine print as you see in this example. Click it and you will be taken to the WordPress.com Subscription Management page. Use the Delivery Frequency column to change your delivery options from “Immediate” to either “Daily” or “Weekly”.


Sample of the “fine print” at the bottom of each post.

Also down at the bottom of each delivered post is a Comment button. If you would like to comment on something discussed in a post or ask a question, just click the Comment button and you will be taken online to the comment section of the post where you can share your thoughts and read what others have shared.

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