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Michael J. Leclerc

Michael J. Leclerc
Director of Special Projects

Last week’s survey dealt with NEHGS education programs. The primary thing that respondents liked is the ability to research at leading repositories, with 75% indicating they enjoyed researching in leading respoitories. In a close second place with 72% are the consultations with expert staff. The piece that was enjoyed the least was group meals, with only 14% appreciating them. Full results are:


The ability to research at a leading repository, 75%

Consultations with expert staff, 72%

Lectures from experts in the field, 55%

Guest speakers/consultants who add to the expertise of NEHGS staff, 41%

Networking opportunities with fellow genealogists, 37%

Heritage aspects of a program that don't include research (local history tours, museums, etc.), 20%

Group Meals, 14%


This week’s survey asks about your online activities. Take the survey now!

Posted by Michael Leclerc at 01/13/2011 09:25:22 AM | 

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