I am excited to announce that I am presenting at the upcoming Southern California Genealogy Jamboree conference held Jun 3-5, 2016 in Burbank, California. Get started researching your Mexican ancestors by learning about naming conventions and key record types.
I am usually pleased to find just one or two sessions focusing on Hispanic genealogy and history at conferences, but this conference features FIVE breakout sessions that are of high value to those researching or teaching Hispanic history.
Join me next month in Austin, Texas for the 2015 Family History Conference ,where I am teaching sessions on “Helping Patrons Find & Use Southwest Archival Collections” and “An Introduction to Researching Your Mexican Ancestors”.
I recently taught an introductory session at the RootsTech 2015 conference on APIs, and how they are used in genealogy. I have included the learning materials from that class, for class attendees who might want to brush up on what we covered, as well as for those who were unable to attend.
I was notified this week that my proposal to present at the 2015 RootsTech genealogy technology conference was accepted, and I am quite excited about this opportunity! RootsTech is one of the funnest, biggest, most educational conferences I have attended. The 2014 conference earlier this year marked my first time attending, but I have wanted to […]
If you live/work in Southern California, and the digital humanities are your thing, don’t miss out on the first every DH SoCal Research Slam! The event takes place on Saturday, May 4th at Cal State Northridge.