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.
News, tips, and reviews of relevance and interest to educators.
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”.
On 15 June 2015, the Magna Carta turns 800 years old. Highlighting some of the ways the British Library is marketing this celebration, and educating the public about this significant historical document that changed English law and has had a worldwide impact.
A timely back to school season infographic for both K-12 and higher educators. Watch for these Type 1 signs and behaviors in your students.
Do you work in IT, Marketing, or Strategic Communications at a college or university? I would love to hear and share your specific frustrations and challenges when working with your campus library on their website, so that I can anticipate and address these concerns in my presentation and help other highered web folk overcome these obstacles.