Expand your knowledge of this useful tool as it pertains to family history research. Bring Evernote into your research workflows to assist you in the collection of the data that makes up your family history. Make use of templates for commonly generated notes; create individual research journals; checklists; digitise your documents to create your electronic research repository.
See also our more basic tutorial, Evernote Fundamentals on 15 January
About the tutor: Graham Walter is an IT manager with Nissan and Renault in the UK and a professional member of the British Computer Society and regularly gives talks for family history societies.
He is a regular tutor at the Society of Genealogists, specialising in using technology in genealogy. He volunteers with the Society’s Educational Outreach programme as one of the "Census Detectives" and a familiar face at many family history fairs and conferences. He is currently a trustee of the Society of Genealogists.