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FamilySearch Presentation at BYU 2010 Conference on Computerized Genealogy

The table below contains the list of presentations to be 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. (Syllabus links will not be active until two days prior to the conference.)

Syllabus Presenter
Technology as Part of the Research Process: A Case Study

The Google Genealogist 10 LDS Family History Databases You’ve Got to Try

User:Devin Ashby
New FamilySearch.org Tim Cross
Research in a Snap! Cutting Edge & Gateway Web sites for Tracing Irish & British Ancestry User:Phillip Dunn
New Resources for Consultants: What They Are and Real Examples of How to Use Them User:Jim Green
Online Research Classes at FamilySearch.org User:Darin Hakes
FamilySearch Digital Book Scanning Program User:Mike Hall
Keys to Success Using the FamilySearch Research Wiki Fran Jensen
title Baerbel Johnson
title Diane Loosle
What's New in Family History Online

All aTwitter about Wave: Ten Disruptive New Web Services Browser Wars: Improving Your Internet Experience Top Technologies and Technology Trends Sharing: Rich Value in Data and Relationship Gadgets 101

User:Alan Mann
New England Land, Probate and Tax Records Marilyn Markham
Tools, Rescources, Trends for Scandinavian Research on the Internet Geoff Morris]]
Letting Your Expertise Shine In the FamilySearch Community User:Anne Roach
Tips and Tricks for Searching Historical Records on Record Search Bryce Roper
Browser Wars: Improving Your Internet Experience User:Jesse Spisak

 

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