A new video from FamilySearch Wiki is now available that describes one approach to fast genealogy research. David Rencher narrates the video and even describes the concept of real time collaboration as being similar to "a genealogical barn raising." It features video conferencing amongst several genealogy experts.
The video is adapted from a presentation given at the 2010 National Genealogical Society Conference entitled Doing Research in Real Time-An Exhilarating Collaboration Experience! Its purpose is to demonstrate that genealogical research can be conducted by forming a collaborative team that can work together online. By utilizing this type of approach, a small team of researchers can produce more artifacts and results in less time than a single researcher working alone.
My thanks to newsletter reader Mike Price for telling me about the video.
You can watch the video at http://bcove.me/igbjt9uj