Sunday, December 9, 2012

Monday Motivation for learning MORE

Aren't we lucky to be living in such a wonderful techy era in time......!!  Learning on your computer through the internet from across the street, to across the country to around the world....

logo_150px Look what is happening at the National Archives in Atlanta..........

The Friends of the National Archives-Southeast Region, Inc., are please to present Using Spreadsheets to Help Organize Your Research with Linda Woodward Geiger, CG, CGL.

Linda will demonstrate a variety of uses for MS Excel 2010 (applicable to other spreadsheet programs) relating to genealogical and historical research.

Monday, December 10th, 2012
Time: 7:00 pm Eastern  (4pm Pacfic)
Register now. 

Note: There is no limit to the number registering for this webinar, but attendance is limited to 100 attendees (the first 100 to sign in to the event will be able to view the live webinar). The webinar will be recorded (if all goes well) and will be placed on the "Members Only" pages of the Friends website
What is a webinar? A Webinar is the term used for a Web-based seminar, lecture, or presentation delivered via the Internet. Audience my register and attend (using their computer) from the comfort of their home 
Time Change for 2013 Webinars
2nd Tuesday, 2pm Eastern Time (looks like they have been on the second Monday at 7pm)
We are working on the schedule. Please send us an email to inform us of presentations you'd like to see or speakers you'd like to hear.

Bookmark the website, sign up for their announcements and keep an eye out for their 2013 schedule.
(taken from email sent to me from NARA Friends of the National Archives/ Atlanta Office)
.................posted to help the learning curve go quicker & easier by Sandra Gardner-Benward

1 comment:

  1. I use a spreadsheet to describe my genealogy photos. Each photo is identified by a sequential number. One spreadsheet provides general info about the photo (photo id, description, location, date, scanned from, condition, who donated it or from where I got it). A second one describes each person in the photo (photo id, complete name of the person, location in the photo). Two other spreadsheets contain a list of person names and location names. All my photos are scanned. The photo id is part of the file name of the scanned image.


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