Emerging Technology for Genealogy

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Emerging Technology for Genealogy

If you’re looking for a good overview of emerging technology for genealogy and how they can help your research, visit a new blog called 23thingsforarchivists.wordpress.com.

It has links to 23 “Things” for you to explore, experiment with, and learn about the new and emerging technologies that are changing how information is used and created today. Some of the “Things” might be useful in your research, individually or collaboratively. The blog states:

This is a self-discovery program that allows participants to take control of their own learning. You can work at home or at work, alone or in a group, at your own pace as you have time. You are encouraged to share your discoveries and insights with others through your blog postings.

Give it a try and let me know what you think.

By |8 Jul 2011|genealogy|2 Comments

About the Author:

Nancy Loe has an MA in American History and an MLS in Library Science and Archives. She has appeared on PBS’s American Experience, at Rootstech, SCGS Jamboree, and state and regional genealogy conferences. Her website was featured in Family Tree Magazine's “Social Media Mavericks: 40 to Follow.”


  1. Kathy Reed 8 July 2011 at 5:47 AM

    Thanks for this post. I followed your link and signed up with one of the sites where you can make those baseball cards with pictures of your relatives. I recently saw one of those and wondered how it was done.

  2. Sassy Jane Genealogy 13 July 2011 at 6:03 PM

    That’s great, Kathy. There are 23 more social media links in yesterday’s post.

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