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11 January 2011 ~ 2 Comments

Legacy Family Tree Webinar – Building a Research Toolbox

Once again, in conjunction with Legacy Family Tree Webinars, I will be presenting Building a Research Toolbox on Wednesday, April 6, 2011 at 2:00 PM Eastern, 1:00 PM Central, 12:00 PM Mountain, 11:00 AM Pacific (U.S.) and 7:00PM GMT.

Click here to register and given last week’s Google for Genealogists webinar – we maxed out at 1,000 participants – I advise you to register early and to connect to the webinar on April 6th early so you aren’t shut out!

This educational event is free and you will be able to participate from the comfort of your home or office via your computer! Also remember to sign up for future webinars at Legacy Family Tree while you are there.

Finally, if you can’t attend – don’t worry.  A recording of Building a Research Toolbox will be available on the Legacy Family Tree website until May 6th and you’ll also be able to purchase the recording and the syllabus materials.

©2011, copyright Thomas MacEntee

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22 December 2010 ~ Comments Off

Free Google for Genealogists Webinar

In conjunction with Legacy Family Tree, I will be presenting Google for Genealogists on Wednesday, January 5, 2011 at 2:00 PM Eastern, 1:00 PM Central, 12:00 PM Mountain,
11:00 AM Pacific ((U.S.) and 7:00PM GMT.

Click here to learn more about this webinar and to register.  The event is free and you will be able to participate from the comfort of your home or office! Also remember to sign up for future webinars at Legacy Family Tree while you are there.

©2010, copyright Thomas MacEntee

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08 November 2010 ~ Comments Off

A Successful Virtual Presentation – Christian County Genealogical Society

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Yesterday afternoon – Sunday, November 7, 2010 – I was part of a successful virtual presentation for the Christian County Genealogical Society in Taylorsville, IL during their regularly scheduled monthly meeting.

I had been invited several months ago by one of their members to give a customized presentation consisting of 21st Century Marketing for Genealogical Societies and Google Docs for Genealogists. We arranged for me to do the presentation virtually with me using my Webex account here in Chicago and the rest of the group seated at their meeting spot.

Thanks go out to Chuck Courtwright of CCGS who took care of all the technical aspects including: arranging for a laptop, projector and screen at the meeting and especially hooking up the speaker phone to the room speakers so the audience could hear me. I was even able to take questions from the audience and provide answers.

If you are interested in having me provide genealogy education programs as part of your society’s meeting, please contact me for more information.

©2010, copyright Thomas MacEntee

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