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02 February 2016 ~ Comments Off on Upcoming Appearance: RootsTech 2016 in Salt Lake City, Utah

Upcoming Appearance: RootsTech 2016 in Salt Lake City, Utah

 

Genealogy educator and author Thomas MacEntee will present two lectures at the RootsTech conference in Salt Lake City, Utah February 3-6, 2016

Starting on Wednesday, February 3, 2016, I will be attending the RootsTech 2016 conference through Saturday, February 6, 2016.  While there here is the best way to catch me: 1) My RootsTech lectures (see below), 2) at the MyHeritage booth (#505) on Thursday and Saturday, or 3) at the Media Hub. Click here for information and hopefully I will see you there!

RootsTech Lectures

  • Mind Mapping Your Genealogy Research Plans and Results
    Wednesday, February 3, 2016, 3:00 pm MST
    Ballroom A, Salt Palace Convention Center
  • Facebook: A Tool for Genealogy Research
    Thursday, February 4, 2016, 3:00 pm MST
    Room 150, Salt Palace Convention Center

MyHeritage Sessions

  • Smarter Genealogy Research Using MyHeritage
    Thursday, February 4, 2016, 11:00 am MST
    Booth 505, Salt Lake Palace Convention Center, RootsTech Expo Hall
  • Smarter Genealogy Research Using MyHeritage
    Saturday, February 6, 2016, 11:00 am MST
    Booth 505, Salt Lake Palace Convention Center, RootsTech Expo Hall

©2016, copyright Thomas MacEntee. All rights reserved.

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20 October 2015 ~ Comments Off on Upcoming Appearance: Illinois State Genealogical Society Fall 2015 Conference

Upcoming Appearance: Illinois State Genealogical Society Fall 2015 Conference

Genealogy author/educator Thomas MacEntee will be a speaker at the Illinois State Genealogical Society Fall 2015 Conference October 23-24, 2015 in Oak Lawn.

On Friday and Saturday,  October 23rd and 24th, 2015, I will be speaking in Oak Lawn, Illinois at the Illinois State Genealogical Society Fall 2015 Seminar. Click here for information and hopefully I will see you there!

I’ll be delivering the following lectures:

  • Citing Sources and Evaluating Evidence: More and more genealogists are evolving from “name collectors” to “serious researchers.” Most realize the need to cite sources and evaluate evidence before data is added to a family tree. Here are ways to not only make the process easier, but to also get most out of your research data.
  • The Genealogy Do-Over™: A Year of Learning from Mistakes: It isn’t often that we get a “do-over” when it comes to stuff that matters in life. When you first got started researching your family history, did you do some things that now are just plain “embarrassing” such as name collecting, not citing sources and more? Well now there’s hope since genealogists from beginner to advanced are employing new research methodologies and documentation practices. Follow genealogist Thomas MacEntee as he basically starts his genealogy research from scratch but includes sound research practices and methodologies as well as new templates, tools and the latest technology to create a better body of family history research.
  • After You’ve Gone – Future Proofing Your Genealogy Research: Have you ever considered what will happen to your years of genealogy research once you’re gone? Learn how to ensure that your hard work carries on. Through a combination of planning, common sense, and new technologies, we’ll review how to create an action plan for preserving your genealogy research.

©2015, copyright Thomas MacEntee. All rights reserved.

 

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30 September 2015 ~ Comments Off on Upcoming Appearance: Ohio Genealogical Society’s 2015 Fall Seminar

Upcoming Appearance: Ohio Genealogical Society’s 2015 Fall Seminar

Genealogy author and educator Thomas MacEntee will be the featured speaker at the Ohio Genealogical Society's 2015 Fall Seminar on October 3, 2015

On Saturday,  October 3rd, 2015, I will be speaking in Belleville, Ohio at the Ohio Genealogical Society’s 2015 Fall Seminar. Click here for information and hopefully I will see you there!

I’ll be delivering the following lectures:

  • The 15 Habits of Highly Frugal Genealogists: Who said genealogy and the hunt for your family history has to be expensive? Just as in any other industry, there are some tricks to getting the best deals and bargains in the genealogy marketplace. With The 15 Habits of Highly Frugal Genealogists you’ll learn the tricks and also how to think like a savvy frugal genealogist! Learn how savvy genealogists are find success with 15 basic habits of frugality. You’ll not only find a list of key resources but more importantly you’ll learn how to embrace the “mind set” of finding the best ways to save money while researching your ancestors.
  • Genealogy Cloud Computing: Cloud computing – the practice of storing data on a remote server – is a practical solution for genealogists. Learn how the cloud works, how to keep your data safe, and the latest cloud programs. Tired of keeping your genealogy research data on multiple CDs, DVDs, flash drives, hard drives and in different locations? Cloud computing – the practice of storing data on a remote server – is a practical solution for genealogists. Learn not only how cloud computing works, but also the latest cloud programs and how to keep your data secure and private.
  • US and Canada Newspaper Research Strategies: While online newspaper resources are plentiful for United States and Canada research, finding the best websites and tools to collect data can be a treasure hunt. Learn how to find the best historic newspaper sites (free and paid) and how to properly capture images and text to improve your genealogical research.
  • After You’ve Gone – Future Proofing Your Genealogy Research: Have you ever considered what will happen to your years of genealogy research once you’re gone? Learn how to ensure that your hard work carries on. Through a combination of planning, common sense, and new technologies, we’ll review how to create an action plan for preserving your genealogy research.

©2015, copyright Thomas MacEntee. All rights reserved.

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