Research Logs 2.0: Go Digital With Your Research Logs Using OneNote and Evernote
Keeping track of and documenting your research activities is critical but can also be cumbersome and time consuming. Microsoft OneNote and Evernote are great tools for helping you track your research, document your sources, collaborate with others, and share, publish, and preserve the results of your work.
Mike works for FamilySearch in the Content Strategy group and worked previously at Ancestry.com where he was the Director of Search and Content Engineering. He has extensive experience with search technologies and historical records. Mike is currently pursuing a Masters of Library and Information Science at Syracuse University.