At the next meeting of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Oregon, Marty Krauter will offer guidelines to help researchers decide which genealogy software program to select, as well as how to maintain and present genealogical research on a computer.
He'll include research goals, recording, source documentation, information output and a suggested program list.
The Portland program begins at 7pm, Tuesday, March 17, at Ahavath Achim Synagogue.
For 12 years, Krauter has been chair of the Genealogical Forum of Oregon’s Computer Interest Group. He has been actively doing genealogy for 14 years. He has a strong interest in Irish Genealogy where he has traced two of his wife’s family lines to their ancestral village. Marty is an accountant who loves the analytical nature of genealogy.
Admission: JGSO members, free; others, $5. For more details, click here.