Strategies for Effective Use of the Internet
May 5 @ 10:15 am - 12:30 pm EST
Join us on May 5th to apply sound research techniques while leveraging the growing number of online resources and records. Donna Moughty shares her proven strategies to properly and effectively search online databases focused on the time and place of your ancestors existence.
Our monthly meetings are open to the public; all are welcome!
1015 – 1100 — Open discussion (support with your brick wall to be torn down)
1100 – 1130 — General FGS Meeting
1130 – 1230 — Presentation
About our speaker:
Donna Moughty, a Professional Genealogist and former Regional Manager for Apple Computer, has been conducting family research for over 25 years. She teaches and lectures on a variety of subjects including Internet, Irish research and computer topics locally and at national and regional conferences and institutes. In addition, she provides consultations, research assistance and training. Donna attended the National Institute for Genealogical Research at the National Archives, and the Third and Fourth Irish Genealogical Congress in Ireland, the Salt Lake Institute for the Irish Research and the Institute for Genealogical and Historical Research at Samford University where she was an instructor for the Irish course in 2011. She is a member of Association of Professional Genealogists and served as chair of the Professional Management Conference from 2005-2008, and the Genealogical Speakers Guild. Donna is also affiliated with Genealogy.Coach specializing in Irish research and takes groups to Ireland each October to research. She is the author of the Quick Reference Guides on Irish Research. Her genealogy blog can be found at www.moughty.com.