This class will teach participants a strategy to help them organize their documentation on their ancestors. Participants will learn how use OneNote to begin a survey and organize information and sources to help determine if a person is one of their ancestors. It will also teach participants how to use this resource to organize all their notes on their family.
OneNote is a great resource to keep track of the survey information that cannot go into a family tree. Participants will learn how to use OneNote to keep track of documentation by surnames and locations, how to retrieve and add additional information for use with citations. Presented by: Sherri Camp
SHERRI CAMP is the Genealogy Librarian in Topeka, Kansas.; has a BA History, BA Sociology, MLS - Washburn University, and a Certificate in Genealogy - BYU. She served the Family History Center 20 years and as a Family History Consultant since 2005; She is author of African American Topeka; founder and president of the Kansas Chapter of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society (AAHGS); AAHGS National Immediate Past President. She is married, with 4 children and 6 grands.
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