One of the most underrated yet much needed skills in genealogy is organization. Many researchers have been doing family history for decades and are simply buried in paper. New and experienced researchers are overwhelmed with all of the data and information they collect daily on the Internet. This class will discuss some of the challenges of organizing and also what can happen when we fail to organize our data. We’ll look at a number of different methods for sorting out all that data and talk about how to decide which one is right for different types of researchers.