Canadian Genealogist Needed for Research Project at Carleton University

Carleton University is conducting a survey and needs the input from Canadian Genealogists. The following article from the Morning Post Exchange details the project:

Carleton Researchers Conducting Canadian Genealogy Survey

Ottawa – Calling all genealogy buffs: Carleton University researchers want you!

A team of Carleton researchers is seeking family historians to complete an online survey detailing how and why they conduct their genealogical research. This is the first national survey of its kind and aims to capture the effects of digitization and the impact of the Internet on family history research. Over 2,100 surveys have already been completed but the researchers are making one last push before the Nov. 30 deadline.

A multibillion-dollar industry, the practice of genealogy is growing exponentially and the Canadian Genealogy Survey investigates who is doing the digging.

Read the rest of the article at the Morning Post Exchange website.

One thought on “Canadian Genealogist Needed for Research Project at Carleton University

  1. I am the CEO-Founder: Ukrainian Genealogical – Historical Society and over thirty years have collected family histories, older maps of eastern europe, microfilm, microfiche, books, localhistories, referencing the Ukrainian settlement in western Canada,USofA.

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