by Drusilla Pair
Genealogists and family historians type documents and messages daily using software such as Microsoft Word or email to disseminate information, ask questions, and to communicate with family, friends, other researchers, and research institutions. With all of this text‐based communication, digital conversations can often be less personable and bland. The focus of this class is on adding audio or voice messages to spice up text‐based communications in documents, emails, and Internet sites. This class will help participants discover free audio recording tools on their computers and guide them in understanding the added benefits of enhancing digital documents with audio and voice messages.
12th–13th November 2010