We have three strategies for sharing the results with you:
1. We hope to make our blog the primary vehicle for the release of broad-based findings regarding such items as gender, age and location, etc. As we go along we will share more and more of the findings here. So if you are not followers yet, it might be useful to become a follower in order keep up with the project via the blog.
2. Scholarly analyses of material in the survey will take somewhat longer. We are committed to giving papers at a number of upcoming conferences; the first of which is the Atlantic Canada Studies Conference slated for Saint John, N.B. in early spring 2012. Following on that, we hope to publish some of the survey results in various historical and consumer research journals and perhaps in some of the genealogically oriented journals and magazines as well.
3. Several genealogical societies have enquired about having us visit with them in person to share the results of the survey. As time and finances permit, we hope to accommodate as many of these as possible. But we have basically run out of funding for the project at this point, so we would have to be quite creative in meeting some of those opportunities. Where possible we will visit in person, but we will also endeavour to incorporate as much as possible on our blog.