Practicalities of a One Name Study (903)
This new course for 2020 sits between the existing two one-name and surname study courses: Introduction to One-Name Studies (901) and Advanced One-Name Studies (902) and focusses on the practical elements of running a study.
The course is designed to enable students to explore the practical steps of maintaining and developing their one-name study through a variety of mediums and to give some context to the various considerations they will need to explore.
It is expected that students for this course will already have a one-name study or surname study registered, or will have identified a surname to register and begin working upon. They will be familiar with the material covered by Introduction to One-Name Studies (901) and will have begun to collect data, or be at the stage where they are considering the options and would like further guidance.Lesson Headings:
- Understanding and making the best use of spreadsheets in your study
- Genealogical Software, what to consider
- Online Trees and other software
- The next steps: Preservation and Sharing
The course is delivered over five weeks, but contains 4 lessons, with a week's break for practice purposes taking place between weeks two and three. There is a chat each week, including the practice week.
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There are three set books for this course:
Seven Pillars, Guild of One-Names Studies
Surname Research, Julie Goucher
Andrew Todd, Family History Nuts and Bolts: Problem Solving through Family Reconstitution Techniques , Allen & Todd, Lancashire, 3rd edition, 2015
The first two of these will be supplied in pdf format at the start of the course. Students are asked to obtain a copy of the Andrew Todd book before the course starts, available from various online bookshops including Amazon and Family History Books Online.
Relevant Countries: England, Ireland, Scotland, WalesCourse Length: 5 weeks
Start Date: 05 Oct 2021
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