Limited to 12 participants.
Whether you work solely with paper to manage your genealogy findings (storing it all in folders, binders or even piles), or strive to digitize everything you discover (using your computer, websites, and genealogy programs), all of us sometimes struggle to locate that one piece of information that we know is there somewhere.
In her presentation, Hillary Schau will be providing tips and tricks for both paper and digital genealogists to help better control the vast collection of material that they have been gathering on their family history. She will address both approaches for paper organizing (using files and folders) and for electronic organizing, helping workshop participants settle on a management strategy that makes sense, is easy to use, and is more efficient in the long run.
Please pre-register by calling the Holyoke History Room at (413) 420-8107.
Workshop: 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM
One-on-one consultations (up to 4): 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM (by pre-registration only)
This event is free and takes place in the Board Room.