Americans of Mexican descent have a long rich heritage in the United States that pre-dates even the 1607 founding of the Jamestown settlement in colonial Virginia. This class will explain why family history is important and exciting, and how teens can get involved now in learning, preserving, and sharing their own Mexican family history and traditions.
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The following lectures are available for in-person presentation or as online webinars.
Cloud computing tools can greatly improve your genealogy productivity. This presentation looks at cloud-based tools that are particularly useful for storing, organizing, sharing, and collaborating on your genealogy research and society operations.
Learn more about how individuals, societies, and professionals can get the most out of Facebook. The practical everyday uses cases presented will benefit those who are skeptical of Facebook, those still figuring their way around using it, and those with years of experience.
This session covers the basics to get you up and running with Evernote, but also includes features, tips, and use cases from which experienced Evernote users will benefit as well.
Calisphere, the Online Archive of California, and the California Digital Newspaper Collection are often overlooked by genealogists, yet can jump start your family history research and provide context for your narratives.