A-Z Challenge – Book of Me C is for….Collaboration and Collateral

By coincidence I am back from the Guild of One-Name Studies conference. The theme was Collaboration. Cooperation. Communication. Which sums up nicely researching in the twenty first century. There were various presentations throughout the three day event and I presented on blogging using blogger which is rather fitting!

You can view the various sessions at the Guild’s YouTube Channel

The Book of Me theme for C gave three ideas – Collaboration and Collateral and Cards. So today I can going to briefly tackle two of the three!

We all can research in isolation, but we will achieve so much more if we collaborate with others and share our hypothesis, ideas and findings. How can you collaborate in the modern genealogical world?

  • Facebook
  • Blogs
  • Evernote
  • Dropbox
These are just a few examples of how material can be shared with others. Each of us will find our own way of researching and collaborating. There is no right or wrong way, just simply your way and whatever works for us as individuals.
I have always researched my collateral lines, and my personal belief is to ignore those lines can be foolish! Collateral lines can give us a sense of depth to our own direct lines of family history and only when investigating those collateral lines can we find evidence and information on our own ancestry. Leave no stone unturned is probably a good motto!

You can see who else is participating in the A – Z Challenge by visiting the participants lists at www.a-to-zchallenge.com.

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Copyrighted Julie Goucher

More details can be found about the Book of Me and the A – Z prompts HERE

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2 Responses to A-Z Challenge – Book of Me C is for….Collaboration and Collateral

  1. Hello there.
    Thanks for sharing. Just making my way around the challenge.

    Entrepreneurial Goddess

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  2. Margo Kelly says:

    I think this comment: “We all can research in isolation, but we will achieve so much more if we collaborate with others and share our hypothesis, ideas and findings.” can be true for many aspects of life. Great post! 🙂

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