WORKSHOP-Genealogy Software: Back to Basics

May 17, 2009 at 1:13 am Leave a comment

Genealogical Society PA SealPlease join the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania on Saturday, May 30th, for “Genealogy Software: Back to Basics”

Presented by David Kleiman and Kate Myslinski of Heritage Muse. Lecture and Fair.

At the Chester County Historical Society
225 N. High Street, West Chester, PA
Time: 9:30 am to 4:00 pm

Wondering what genealogy software to use? Did you import data to a new program and now have to clean up your files? Does the data you entered years ago fail your current criteria for completeness of inputting, sourcing, and consistency? Want to know how to output your data to share with others? Our speakers will discuss these issues and more to help you understand and use genealogy software programs, merge files, resolve conflicts, clean up old files, identify potential issues, and document sources and repositories.

Examples from all major programs will be presented, so you can find the best software for your own use and see how others have resolved similar problems.

David M. Kleiman: Publisher, historian, and educator, David has been a genealogist for over 35 years. He is President of Heritage Muse, Inc., co-founder and chair of The NY Computers and Special Interest Group and a member of The Association for Professional Genealogists and Genealogical Speakers Guild.

Kate Myslinski: Experienced as a NYC/Mid-Atlantic and Colonial Jewish Researcher, Kate’s talents extend as well to writing, editing and publication planning of family history books and adding historical and social context to family history narratives. Kate Myslinksi is well experienced in the development of family genealogy and historical websites and providing technology consulting to genealogists.

Secure online registration is available on our website:  www.genpa.org.

The event is $30 for GSP/CCHS members, $40 for non-members, with a $10 optional lunch (choice of beef, chicken, or veggie sandwich box.)   

Payment by check is also available.  Please print a copy of the registration form from our website, and mail with your check to:  GSP, 1300 Locust Street, 2nd Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107.

RSVP requested by Wednesday, May 27th.   Late registrations or walk-ins will be accommodated as space allows. Advance registration is requested so that we can make adequate arrangements.

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