Over recent years I have given a number of lectures about researching in Europe, either in person or online. The one thing that is consistent across delivering the presentation in both formats is the amount of questions. I am not wanting to stop questions, all attendees learn by the asking of a question. I knew that what would be beneficial would be to have a longer session, though, it has to be said I always struggle to comply with the time because Europe is a fascinating subject.
The Society of Genealogists regularly books this talk and I deliver it in two parts, but there are always more questions. I always aim to ensure that everyone who attends any presentation or course that I teach walks away (or turn of their computer) with a piece of paper filled with notes and links, and is inspired to research their European forebears.
So, the next outing of this presentation is virtually with the Society of Genealogists on 15 October 2020 in an extended format providing attendees with two lectures, extended questions (and hopefully answers!) AND the option to leave the session with a work plan for future research that the attendee can begin to explore. You can read the session information and the time table on the SOG website by either clicking the image below or clicking HERE.