Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Do you know the Family Search Wiki?

Wikis are a great way to for a lot of people to share information with a lot of people. If you're able to watch videos online , then Common Craft has a great one called Wikis in Plain English. Think Wikipedia as the biggest example of this type of website.

Well, the great folks at FamilySearch have put this type of resource to good use and offer a Research Wiki, described as "Free family history research advice for the community, by the community." Research Wiki which I've linked to takes you to the main page where you can search all of the 42,000+ articles. Or, you can click here and head off to the Canada information.

Have fun!

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