Wednesday, November 24, 2010

SLIG--Internet Tools and Techniques

Barbara Renick is returning as coordinator for the Computerized Genealogy track with a course entitled "Internet Tools and Techniques." Together with Gena Philibert Ortega, Pam Sayer CG, CGL, Rick Sayer CG, CGL, and D. Josh Taylor, she will be teaching:
Internet Tools for Genealogists (A Brief Overview)
Eleven Layers of Online Searches
Online: How You Get There Does Make a Difference
Techniques for Searching Books ONline
Techniques for Searching Library Catalogs Online
Tools for Finding Manuscript Sources
Tools for Finding Historical Newspapers
Techniques for Searching Newspapers Online
LAB: Web Surfing Made Easier
Apps for Genealogy (Mobile Computing)
Finding Images to Tell the Story
Hidden Genealogy Web Sites
Google Tools & Techniques for Genealogists
Cloud Computing for Genealogists
Social Networking Tools for Genealogists
Plug-ins, Toolbars & More: Customizing Your Internet Experience
The Web, the World, and YOU! (Advanced Internet Research)
Evaluating and Documenting Online SOurces
Google Earth & Maps (two hours long)
This course is designed to sharpen your Internet search techniques and help you better utilize a wide array of online tools. It includes a two hour lab on web surfing--one hour instruction and one hour practice time with the instructor.

You can still get into this course by registering at

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