About the course

Tools & Strategies for Creative Problem Solving


This workshop, Tools & Strategies for Creative Problem Solving, is offered in Eastern (US) time. Please remember to convert to your local time.

This workshop will be recorded and available for viewing for 14 days.

NOTE: Prices are in US dollars.

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Tools & Strategies for Creative Problem Solving

This hands-on workshop will explore various tools and methods—including timelines, tables, and concept maps—for capturing and organizing information in order to clarify what’s relevant, correlate evidence, and enhance critical thinking.

A pre-class assignment and in-class exercises reinforce the learning experience. This is a 2.5-hour workshop which includes a short break.

Discover brainstorming that works!

Date: 9 November, 2021 at 3pm (EASTERN US)

The workshop fee is in US dollars and includes the third-party administration fee.

NOTE: The time is EASTERN (US).  Please ensure that you convert to your local time zone.

About the presenter

 Kimberly Powell

Kimberly is a professional genealogist, author, and educator specializing in genealogical writing, pre-1850 family history, land records, DNA, and solving complex problems. She is past President of the Association of Professional Genealogists, serving seven years as a board member and on the Professional Development Committee. Kimberly served as the Genealogy Expert for About.com for sixteen years and is the author of several books, including most recently “The Challenge of Endogamy and Pedigree Collapse” in Advanced Genetic Genealogy: Techniques and Case Studies and The Everything Guide to Online Genealogy, 3rd edition. She has also contributed to several popular genealogy magazines, including BBC’s Who Do You Think You Are?Family Tree Magazine, and the Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly.

Kimberly is on the faculty at the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (GRIP), the Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research (IGHR), and the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy (SLIG), as well as for the online genealogy programs offered through Boston University. Her personal and professional research focus is families with roots in the southeastern US and southwestern PA. You can find her online at Learn Genealogy (www.learngenealogy.com).