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Computer Workshops

Workshops are two hours in duration. They cost $25 per person, with seating limited to 30. If you are already registered for the conference, follow the directions in your confirmation email to return to your record, and go to the Optional Sessions registration page. If you are not registered, you should do so early to assure yourself of a seat in the classroom.

Those who enroll in these workshops should have mastered basic computer skills, such as using a mouse or trackpad, launching applications, surfing the Web and using pull-down menus, to take best advantage of the sessions' instruction in research techniques and optimal use of software. Classroom equipment will be laptop computers with trackpads and wired mice. If you are more comfortable with a wireless mouse, you may bring your own portable device.

PC workshops

Sunday, August 14

9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
S-2WPC Little-Known Free Online Resources Many genealogists are unfamiliar with the extensive resources available for home research. The presentation begins with a quick overview of major genealogical sites, followed by computer research tricks of the trade for the most efficient, fast and productive searches. Online searches will be demonstrated through real-time links to web sites. Sources emphasized include American, Canadian and British. Some European resources are also covered. These include searchable websites for online vital records, city directories, newspapers and other lesser-known resources. Also demonstrated is myheritage.com, a website which includes the ability to simultaneously search multiple databases using multiple versions of a surname. Broad audience. Banai Lynn Feldstein. 

2:15 PM - 4:15 PM
S-4WPC Introduction to JewishGen: Computer Workshop An introduction to the use of the JewishGen website for those who are beginners, including familiarization with search functions, databases (including the All-Country Database), use of the Family Finder and introduction to ShtetLinks pages. Beginners. Debra Kay-Blatt.

Monday, August 15

7:30 AM - 9:15 AM
M-BWPC The Yad Vashem Shoah Victims' Database The Yad Vashem website is invaluable for genealogists. Learn the tricks to maximize optimal searches. This workshop will demonstrate effective use of the Shoah Victims' Database. It includes the various types of searches, the results of each and the types of information available. It also demonstrates the Shoah-Related Lists Database on the same site. The next step in your genealogical research is what to do with these results. You will learn how to access Holocaust resources such as Yizkor Books, Holocaust Databases and resources at Holocaust Centers.  Alexander Avraham. Broad audience.  

9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
M-2WPC Planting a Family Tree online with MyHeritage.com Introduction to the free online family network web site MyHeritage.com. Build an online family tree, enter detailed information with sources and citations, navigate across the tree, generate charts and posters, create full reports, invite and share information with family members in 36 languages and get calendar alerts on family events. Set the privacy of your site from completely private to completely public and learn how to download a copy of your material Broad audience. Daniel Horowitz.

2:15 PM - 4:15 PM
M-4WPC Getting Started with Family Tree Maker PC Family Tree Maker can help you more effectively organize, manage, and share your family history. Topics covered in this class include: getting started in Family Tree Maker, adding information about your ancestors, adding pictures and other media, documenting your sources, searching Ancestry.com and the Web from Family Tree Maker, and much more. (Designed for beginning to intermediate users of Family Tree Maker) Beginners, Intermediate. Duff Wilson.

Tuesday, August 16

9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
T-2WPC Newspapers Online Newspapers are valuable in genealogical research because you can find information about births, deaths, marriages, moves, business, naturalizations, court cases, and more. Millions of pages of the world's newspapers are now accessible online, but there is no one place to find them all (though you can help build one place to find a list of them!). This class will give an overview of what is available and how to find it, and teach you some techniques to find your relatives in the paper. Beginners, Intermediate. Janice Sellers.

Wednesday, August 17

9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
soldout W-2WPC Using Family Tree Maker with Ancestry.com Family Tree Maker can help you more effectively organize, manage, and share your family history. Topics covered in this class include more advanced ways to use your Family Tree Maker. This class is designed for the intermediate to experienced user of Family Tree Maker (for the PC). Intermediate, Advanced. Duff Wilson.

2:15 PM - 4:15 PM
soldout W-4WPC Jewish Records Indexing-Poland Computer Workshop This hands-on beginner workshop will explore the JRI-Poland website and allow the participant to practice initiating basic searches in the database. The goal of the session will be to familiarize the researcher with the JRI-Poland search screens and help them understand the search results. The workshop will explore narrowing techniques for managing large results and provide hints for effectively using the two stage results screen. Experience using the Internet is recommended, but no experience with the JRI-Poland database is necessary. Beginners. Roni Liebowitz and Hadassah Lipsius.

Thursday, August 18

9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Th-1WPC Litvak Seek - Search the ALD Successfully This is a hands on computer class to learn how to successfully navigate the LitvakSIG website with a focus on the All Lithuania Database (ALD) and other LitvakSIG created databases to research your Litvak ancestors. Students will be taught effective search techniques, how to analyze search results, how to acquire copies of the records in the database and how to use the website to enhance their knowledge and family histories. Basic understanding of Russian Empire history and geography, naming and spelling conventions, basic personal family history knowledge will prove helpful. Beginners, Intermediate. Eden Joachim.

2:15 PM - 4:15 PM
soldout Th-4WPC JewishGen Databases - Computer Workshop The Presentation will focus on JewishGen's most popular and useful online resources. First, I will go through the site with the group as a whole. Then participants will have the opportunity do their own research while I assist individuals as they use the actual databases at their workstations. Participants must pre-register on JewishGen's site at www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen/Support.htm and bring their ID and password so they can access JewishGen's resources. Participants should also be comfortable working with PCs and the Internet. Beginners, Intermediate. Nolan Altman.

Mac workshops

Sunday, August 14

9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
soldout S-2WMAC Getting The Most Out Of Reunion After briefly covering some of the material presented in the beginner/intermediate session, this workshop, for users with at least a year of experience with the application, will delve into advanced reporting and charts, calendar, place, and mailing lists, and such advanced features as multimedia slideshows, web publishing, importing and exporting, match & merge, and backup principles. Syncing to the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad apps will be demonstrated. Attendees who pre-register can submit questions in advance for possible discussion. Intermediate, Advanced. Elias Savada.

2:15 PM - 4:15 PM
soldout S-4WMAC Getting Started with Family Tree Maker Mac Family Tree Maker can help you more effectively organize, manage, and share your family history. Topics covered in this class include: getting started in Family Tree Maker, adding information about your ancestors, adding pictures and other media, documenting your sources, searching Ancestry.com and the Web from Family Tree Maker, and much more. (Designed for beginning to intermediate users of Family Tree Maker, Mac version) Beginners, Intermediate. Duff Wilson.

Monday, August 15

9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
soldout M-2WMAC Reunion for Beginners This hands-on workshop will help the computer user who has little or no experience using Reunion. Participants will learn how to input family, what the screens are, and how to do some customizing. Susan Kobren.

Tuesday, August 16

9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
soldout T-2WMAC Getting More Out Of Reunion This workshop (see also Getting the Most Out of Reunion for intermediate/advanced users) will be for beginners/intermediate and deal with data entry and navigation, basic layouts and standardization methods, multimedia linking, error correction, and primary charting outputs and text-based reports. Attendees who pre-register can submit questions in advance for possible discussion. Beginners, Intermediate. Elias Savada.

Wednesday, August 17

9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
soldout W-2WMAC Hungarian Family Research on the Web A hands-on computer workshop reviewing the many on-line sources for Hungarian family research beginning with a review of the JewishGen Hungary Database, one of JewishGen's largest multi-source databases, and covering other sources including census records, business and phone directories, military records, Holocaust testimonies, maps, and other images. The presentation will include tips on finding the former Hungarian and present-day Slovak, Romanian, and Ukrainian names of ancestral places. Some familiarity with using internet browsers is required. Beginners, Intermediate. Vivian Kahn.

2:15 PM - 4:15 PM
W-4WMAC Social Media on the Mac for the Jewish Genealogist Step-by-step instructions and demonstrations on how to use social networking sites like FaceBook and MyHeritage to keep your families in the loop about your research and find others working on “your” families and “your” towns; post your ancestral names and towns on the JewishGen Family Finder; use message boards and discussion lists, including on JewishGen, to post and find family information and photos; find blogs useful in your research and set up a web feed “aggregator” to keep up with them; use social bookmarking to track web sites of interest; use photo sharing to post and find pictures of family and ancestral towns; use wikis to find and share information; plot your family migration on a Google map. Participants receive a workbook. Beginners, intermediates. Meredith Hoffman.

Thursday, August 18

9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Th-2WMAC Using Family Tree Maker for Great Printed Output Family Tree Maker, Mac version, can help you create great printed output (charts and reports) on your Mac. This class is designed for the intermediate to experienced user of Family Tree Maker, Mac version. Intermediate, Advanced. Duff Wilson.

2:15 PM - 4:15 PM
Th-4WMAC Start Blogging for Genealogy! Blogs are more popular than ever. Many new web sites are set up as blogs instead of the "old style" web sites. Many genealogy societies are creating blogs as their web sites or adding blogs to their online presence. Professional and amateur genealogists are blogging to share information about their ancestors, research methods, and interesting finds along the way. If you've ever thought of starting a blog, there's no time like the present. Banai will show you how to get your blog up and running, and tell you where to find some ideas of what to write about on your genealogy blog. This workshop is for users of any operating system, PC, Mac, Linux, even Android or iOS.Intermediate, Advanced. Speaker: Banai Lynn Feldstein.

 
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