FamilySearch Training Wiki?I think this is a fantastic idea. There are so many great resources created out there by the average individual and it's only by luck that you stumble upon it. A repository to access all the materials would be a great asset to the community.
As the new FamilySearch system continues to be rolled out around the world, the demand for training materials is growing. I've seen several great presentations created by people in the community that were tasked with training a group of people on the new system. A colleague (Tim Cross) and I were talking about this and he mused that it would be wonderful if there were a FamilySearch Training Wiki or some site where the community could come together and pool there knowledge, tools, slideshows, etc. that they use for training. A site like this would be a tremendous resource. This is not an 'official' effort by FamilySearch, just an interesting idea two guys talked through around the water cooler (OK so it was really in IM...). Anyone feel like giving this a go?
One idea submitted was to post related articles to the already created FamilySearch Wiki. Maybe this could be enlarged. I thought it would be wonderful for those interested in the subject to make comments on Dan's blog. Dan Lawyer is a Product Manager for the Family History Department for the LDS Church. I'm sure your feedback will be appreciated.
Link to the article here.
See ya tomorrow, for tomorrow is always another genealogy day!