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Darin is a part of the Genealogical Community Services Team and is responsible for coordinating efforts to create genealogical research training and make it available to patrons world-wide.  Previous positions include two years as a Reference Consultant at the Family History Library, two years at BYU’s Lee Library as a Multimedia Specialist and nine years in the 3D computer graphics industry.  He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Design from BYU.
 
Darin is a part of the Genealogical Community Services Team and is responsible for coordinating efforts to create genealogical research training and make it available to patrons world-wide.  Previous positions include two years as a Reference Consultant at the Family History Library, two years at BYU’s Lee Library as a Multimedia Specialist and nine years in the 3D computer graphics industry.  He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Design from BYU.
  
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BYU Conference on Computerized Family History & Genealogy, April 26–27, 2010
 
BYU Conference on Computerized Family History & Genealogy, April 26–27, 2010
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Past Presentations
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BYU Conference on Computerized Family History & Genealogy, 2008
 
BYU Conference on Computerized Family History & Genealogy, 2008

Revision as of 22:34, 25 March 2010

Darin Hakes Community Manager

Darin is a part of the Genealogical Community Services Team and is responsible for coordinating efforts to create genealogical research training and make it available to patrons world-wide. Previous positions include two years as a Reference Consultant at the Family History Library, two years at BYU’s Lee Library as a Multimedia Specialist and nine years in the 3D computer graphics industry. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Design from BYU.


Upcoming Presentations

BYU Conference on Computerized Family History & Genealogy, April 26–27, 2010 Online Research Classes at FamilySearch.org

Learn about the ways FamilySearch is taking learning opportunities online, converting traditional classroom instruction, like the ones held at the Family History Library, into video and interactive tutorials, delivered via the internet. Get a sneak peek into what’s in development and what kinds of educational experiences are in coming in the future.


Past Presentations

BYU Conference on Computerized Family History & Genealogy, 2008 Multimedia File Formats: Why are there so many and what's the difference between them?

BYU Family History & Genealogy Conference, 2007 Fixing Up Your Photos Using Computer Software Multimedia Services at the Family History Library and How to Use Them