Join guest John Sabol, author and lecturer on Slovak genealogy, as he discusses what he calls "speed dating for genealogists." These are roundtable programs that allows your society members to connect with an experienced researcher for a specific record group, locality, ethnic group, or any other topic.
These discussions can be spread out over an entire day or just for a couple of hours. It all depends on how many people are participating. There are so many different ways to facilitate this type of program, the possibilities are endless!
(Not to mention that discovering which topics have the most interest can help your program chair provide more relevant speakers and topics for your regular society programs AND your newsletter or journal editors to provide more relevant articles for your members).
Listen to the archived broadcast of "Roundtable Programs for Your Genealogy Society" on the blogtalkradio My Society channel by FGS, or you can listen below:
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