Techniques for organizing your family history using scanners, digital images, digital audio files, digital video clips, word processing, and genealogy database files, will be discussed.
by Lisa Alzo
This session will provide a step-by-step guide to write a compelling family history, and if time permits, participation in some sample writing exercises.
by Loretto D. Szucs
With so many new sources and methods popping up, it's hard to keep with it all. This lecture is designed to point to ways to stay on top of it all, and to provide the ideas you need to get going!
by Dawn Thurston
The places where your ancestors lived explain the WHY and HOW of their lives. Learn how to write a more in-depth family narrative through well-developed settings.
Sponsored by International Society of Family History Writers and Editors
by Scott Simkins
Don't assume that your records will magically be around in the future with no effort on your part. This lecture will present simple preservation tips to properly use and store materials at home, while illustrating the dangers of not applying them.
Sponsored by FamilySearch
Diaries and journals add unique personal perspectives to the lives of our ancestors. Learn where to locate diaries and how to use them in your research.
6th–11th September 2011