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Miscellaneous Classes How to Use our Scanners at the FHC- (by appt. only) email Bob Snow for a Tuesday night appointment at bsnow@novell.com.

To be on a class notification email list email Liz Snow at blsnow99@gmail.com. 

For class suggestions email the class coordinator Liz Snow at blsnow99@gmail.com.


April 2 April 9 April 16 April 18 April 23 April 23 April 24 April 30
APRIL 2013- NIGHT CLASSES
Date
Time
Class
Description
Instructor
10:30-
11:30 AM
FamilySearch
Historical Records
Learn how to access the FHL microfilms and many other collections ONLINE
Jim Baird
10:30-11:30 AM
FamilySearch
Catalog & Digital Books
Learn how to access the FamilySearch Library Catalog and Digital Books
Jim Baird
10:30-11:30 AM
FamilyTree
Basic Overview on Using the FamilyTree (on www.familysearch.org)
Jim Baird
12:00-
1:00 PM
Family History Activities
Get ideas for family games to learn about your ancestors and other family history history activities
Lisa Blonquist
Lisa Sommerfeldt
10:30-
11:30 AM
FamilyTree
Learn how to add Sources Using the FamilyTree (on www.familysearch.org)
Jim Baird
1:00-
2:00 PM
Family Tree Basics
Part I
Navigation, Editing Relationships, Editing Information, Adding Family Members
Barbara Starkey
1:00-
2:00 PM
Family Tree Basics
Part II
Adding Sources and Merging, Temple Ordinances
Barbara Starkey
10:30-
11:30 AM
FamilyTree
Learn how to edit relationships Using the FamilyTree (on www.familysearch.org)
Jim Baird
***NIGHT CLASS SCHEDULE ON BACK***









APRIL 2013- NIGHT CLASSES
Date
Time
Class
Description
Instructor

Thurs.

Apr. 4

7:00- 9:00 PM
Family History Consultant Training
Idea share, what’s new, training, news for Mapleton FHC
Charlie and Patti Coombs

Sun.

Apr. 7

NO CLASSES
Center Closed for
LDS General Conference

Thurs.

Apr. 11

7:00- 8:00 PM
MAC Family History Software
Learn about the programs available for Mac Computers that Sync with FamilySearch.
Bret Peterson

Sun.

Apr 14

5:30- 6:30 PM
FamilySearch-
FamilyTree
Basics Part III
Temple Ordinances, Relationships and
Merging Duplicates
David Moore

Thurs.

Apr. 18

7:00- 8:00 PM
Using Newspapers in your Family History
Learn how to access newspapers for Family History Research
Guy Black

Sun.

Apr. 21

5:30- 6:30 PM
FamilySearch-
FamilyTree
Basics Part I
Best browser for Family Tree, Family Tree vs. New family search, signing in, overview, navigation of home, pedigree, individual pages.
David Moore

Thurs.

Apr. 25

7:00- 8:00 PM
Ancestry.com
Learn how to search the Ancestry website more effectively
Gary and Janis Buck

Sun.

Apr. 28

5:30- 6:30 PM
FamilySearch-
FamilyTree
Basics Part II

Finding, adding, and editing people. Conclusion and reason statements, Adding Sources, Sourcebox, discussions.

David Moore



                                 MAPLETON FAMILY HISTORY CENTER NIGHT CLASSES

MARCH 
Date
Time
Class
Description
Instructor
Sun. Mar 3
5:30- 6:30 PM
Especially for Youth-
FamilySearch Photos
Learn how to integrate photos into your FamilyTree on FamilySearch
Caroline Wilkins, Youth Consultant
Thurs. Mar 7
7:00- 9:00 PM
Family History Consultant Training
Idea share, what’s new, training, news for Mapleton FHC
Charlie and Patti Coombs
Sun. Mar 10
5:30- 6:30 PM
FamilySearch-
FamilyTree Basics
Learn to Add People and Sources to your FamilyTree.
(Taught with PPT of Jeff Hawkins FT Product Mgr.)
David Moore
Thurs. Mar 14
7:00- 8:00 PM
FamilySearch
Photos
Learn how to integrate photos into your FamilyTree on FamilySearch
Tim Cross
Sun. Mar 17
5:30- 6:30 PM
Finding Family
Clues & Tips to finding missing people from your Family Tree
Charlie and Patti Coombs
Thurs. Mar. 21
NO CLASS
due to RootsTech Conference
by FamilySearch in
Salt Lake City
Sun. Mar 24
5:30- 6:30 PM
Effective Search Techniques
and Sound Research Practices
Learn How to Search Effectively on FamilySearch
Robert Kehrer
FS Product Manager






 

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