Readers in the Cleveland area may be interested in a meeting of the Computer Assisted Genealogy Group on March 17, at the Fairview Park Regional Library.
The program includes sessions on major genealogy software programs and computer fundamentals.
The morning session is "Making Sense of Sources," with a focus on that which "separates genealogy from mythology," according to the presenter. Learn how to document data, including printed materials and data on the Internet.
The afternoon session focuses on "Forms for Genealogy," and forms that your genealogy software can create as well as free forms that you can find online. Use the right forms to keep track of sources and results, and to work with research logs, correspondence, timelines and census transcription forms.
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