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Conference on Computerized Family History & Genealogy
The table below contains the list of presentations given by FamilySearch staff members at the BYU Conference on Computerized Genealogy held in Salt Lake City, 26-27 April 2010. Click on the "Syllabus" link to view the syllabus for the class. Click on the "Presenter" link to learn more about this presenter.
|Who wants to be a Family History Millionaire? (aka how to win by being part of the community)||Ben Bennett|
|10 LDS Family History Databases You’ve Got to Try||Devin Ashby|
|All aTwitter about Wave: Ten Disruptive New Web Services||Alan Mann|
|Beyond Blogging - Google Sites||Devin Ashby|
|Browser Wars: Improving Your Internet Experience||Alan Mann|
|FamilySearch Digital Book Scanning Program||Mike Hall|
|Gadgets 101||Alan Mann|
|The Google Genealogist||Devin Ashby|
|Keys to Success Using the FamilySearch Research Wiki||Fran Jensen|
|Letting Your Expertise Shine In the FamilySearch Community||Anne Roach|
|New FamilySearch.org||Tim Cross|
|New England Land, Probate and Tax Records||Marilyn Markham|
|New Resources for Consultants: What They Are and Real Examples of How to Use Them||Jim Green|
|Online Research Classes at FamilySearch.org||Darin Hakes|
|Research in a Snap! Cutting Edge & Gateway Web sites for Tracing Irish & British Ancestry||Phillip Dunn|
|Sharing: Rich Value in Data and Relationship||Alan Mann|
|Technology as Part of the Research Process: A Case Study||Devin Ashby|
|Tips and Tricks for Searching Historical Records on Record Search||Bryce Roper|
|Tools, Resources, Trends for Scandinavian Research on the Internet||Geoff Morris|
|Top Technologies and Technology Trends||Alan Mann|
|What's New in Family History Online||Alan Mann|
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