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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Fall Conference--Barry Ewell

Barry Ewell will be teaching several fantastic classes at the UGA fall conference:


Barry Ewell -- How to Discover Treasures in the Library, Archives and Societies 
Historical societies and city, county, and state libraries have a wealth of digital knowledge, artifacts, and resources to assist in finding your roots.  Learn the ins and outs of working with historical societies and libraries and how they can help your research. (Beginning to Intermediate)

Barry Ewell -- Oral Histories: Learn how to Record, Edit and Use Oral and Audiovisual Interviews
Learn how to effectively prepare, conduct, record, edit, and use oral and audiovisual interviews. The presentation will also review various recording devices, software, and techniques used to edit and manage digital recordings and files.

Barry Ewell -- Genealogy Treasures:  How to Find, Learn, and Share Genealogy -- One Generation to the Next
Two generations of genealogists share their personal experiences on how to conduct, learn, and share genealogy research.  Learn what inspired each generation to begin their journey and how that enthusiasm sparked the next generation. (Beginning to Intermediate)
   
Barry Ewell  -- The 30 Second Genealogist…How to Find Genealogy Answers You Want Now (MyGenShare)
Find, access, and explore genealogical resources quickly.  Develop, expand, and sharpen your genealogy research skills. Discover clues to trace and explore your family ties.  Quickly identify which record collections to search first. Learn to find and use specific country, state, and county records, and much more… the source for the presentation is MyGenShare.com (Beginning to Intermediate)

Barry Ewell --No More Guessing, Secure Your Computer and Data in Ten Easy Steps
Learn how to secure your computer and data from security ills that face each of us while surfing the net.  Never again will you have to cross your fingers and hope you are safe. (Beginning to Intermediate)

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