If you can’t attend the Federation of Genealogical Society Conference in Texas next week, maybe you’d like a little genealogy education from home instead!
FamilyTree University’s Fall Virtual Genealogy Conference September 19 – 21, 2014 offers three days of on-demand webinar classes and live chats featuring: genealogy technology, research strategies, and ethnic research. Register now and save $40 Save 20% on Any Course at Family Tree University with Offer Code FTUCOURSE.
I’ll be presenting two sessions on working with digital images:
Organizing Your Digital Images — Do you have digital photos and scanned images scattered across your digital devices? Learn how to set up a system where finding and archiving digital pictures is fast, fun and pain-free
5 Easy DIY Genealogy Book Projects: Showcase Your Research in Style — Creating a genealogy book is a goal of many family historians: We want to capture our family story in a form that can be passed down from one generation to the next. Try these five projects to create a book, even if you’re not a writer.
The full program includes classes in:
Top Free Websites for Obituaries, Shannon Combs-Bennett
Software Secrets for Every Genealogist, Lisa A. Alzo
Top Free Websites for Vital Records, David A. Fryxell
Organizing Digital Images, Denise May Levenick
Top 5 Undiscovered Family Tree Databases, Shannon Combs-Bennett
5 Easy DIY Genealogy Book Projects, Denise May Levenick
13 Obscure, Overlooked and Undiscovered Sources to Overcome Brick Walls, D. Joshua Taylor
Top 10 Genealogy Traps to Avoid, Lisa A. Alzo
Forensic Genealogy Crash Course, Catherine Desmarais
10 Ways to Diagnose (and Treat) Errors in Your Research, Sunny Jane Morton
Exploring Digital Newspapers on GenealogyBank, Newspapers.com and Chronicling America, Nancy Hendrickson
Use the Web to Research German Records from Home, Michael Lacopo
12 Best Websites for Eastern European Genealogy, Lisa A. Alzo
Secrets to Tracing Scandinavian Ancestors, Diana Crisman Smith
Google Translate Tutorial, Gena Philibert-Ortega
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