Yesterday I taught a class at the Naperville Family History Conference. I was one of about a dozen presenters. It was thrilling to talk with local genealogy experts. The conference held four sessions of four simultaneous tracks, or sixteen (16) classes in total. It was organized by the Naperville Illinois Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Christine Bell did a great job as principle coordinator.
The outline of my class is publicly available online:
- Communicate, Coordinate, Collaborate: Websites for Family History Work (read online)
- Communicate, Coordinate, Collaborate: Websites for Family History Work (PDF)
- Tools for Finding your Ancestors, main page, Naperville Family History Center
- Syllabus pages for all classes: Links to view or download class materials.
- Tools For Finding Your Ancestors Presenter Bios (or Download .doc)