by Andy Pomeroy
If two heads are better than one, then it goes without saying that two family historians are better than one. Discover easy ways to use social networking to get your family excited about your work and to openly share their ideas, stories and those well‐kept family secrets. Includes basic Facebook account creation, security and group setup.
While many thing of a wiki as an on‐line, collaborative encyclopedia, the wiki structure can be used by genealogists to document their research for both clients and their own families. Learn the various wiki platforms and the basics of setting up a wiki.
This Panel Discussion will give instruction and allow you to ask questions and receive answers on the benefits of social media and how to leverage it for connecting with experts, education, and collaborating with family historians interested in common family lines and resources. Session will be moderated by Family History Expos – Amy Coffin.
Cut through all the hype about Twitter and learn the basics on how to best use this social media platform to enhance your genealogy research.
Having a genealogy blog can take your genealogy research to another dimension. Learn how to get started in this easy‐to‐understand demo! Then get started building your OWN genealogy blog!
12th–13th November 2010