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Learn to navigate NEHGS's website AmericanAncestors.org. Also, learn search options for the website databases.
This presentation offers suggestions for before, during and after the interview. It also looks at interviewing from different angles, including how to respond if you’re the one being interviewed. Material for this presentation are taken from the fields of speech communication and folklore.
This course will help you use ancestry.com in your local family history center. This edition is different from the paid subscriber edition.
Half of all smartphone users have an Android device with strong growth while iPhone marketshare growth is flat at 0.2% and all other Mobile OS losing market share. Projections are that Android market share will continue to increase and more people will use mobile devices for what have been traditional desktop applications. Mobile apps are becoming more abundant and richer in features. Mobile apps are also typically less expensive than desktop applications. Android phones and tablets as well as other mobile devices are better suited for genealogy and family history activities than traditional desktop or even laptop computers. The mobile capabilities allow an Android phone to be more easily carried on research field trips. The built in GPS (Global Positioning System) allows for locations such as headstones in a cemetery and even book shelves in a library can be accurately documented. Wireless data services allow internet searching, emails, and even uploading of images and video from almost everywhere.