Diana and I gave the keynote at the Tucson Family History Fair Saturday. It was entitled Getting Organized One Paper at a Time. Afterward, we taught seven additional classes between the two of us. It was a delightful conference! What we loved most was the enthusiasm and interest of the attendees. They were very engaged with ideas, questions, and comments. There were over 300 people in attendance this year, the biggest crowd the fair has had yet!
We want to share the handouts we created for the conference as well as the slides from our keynote address. To get the handouts, go to the Tucson Family History Center website. The list of classes and links to handouts is one of the first sections. Our classes included:
Getting Organized One Paper at a Time (Keynote) with Diana and Nicole
Cluing In to Census Records by Diana
Researching Civil War Soldiers and Pensions by Nicole
Research Logs: The Key to Organizing Your Family History by Diana
Doing a Genealogy Project from Start to Finish by Nicole
Strategies to Use When You Hit a Roadblock by Nicole
Location, Location, Location: Putting Your Ancestors in Their Place by Diana
The FamilySearch Catalog: A Researcher’s Best Friend by Diana
If you would like to learn more about our keynote address, Getting Organized One Paper at a Time, you can download our presentation slides to read here:
Getting Organized One Paper at a Time
I was listening to your podcast given at the Tuscon Family History Fair, but it was obvious you were referring to content on slides. I followed the links to get the slide deck, but they were not found (got an error).
I just emailed you!