14 March 2010

Webinar: Make the most of a gen conference, March 27

Are you a first-timer planning to attend a genealogy conference? If so, don't miss this free expert webinar on Saturday, March 27.

Participating in a large-scale event can be overwhelming if you don't know what to expect or what to do.

Whether you'll be attending the Southern California Jamboree, the IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy, or any other gen conference, learn how to get the most out of such an event.

After all, you're making an investment of your time and money!

George C. Morgan of The Genealogy Guys Podcast will present a free webinar to help you get the most out of any genealogy conference - one of the best ways to enhance your research skills, learn new techniques, resources and strategies for finding ancestors.

It may even provide new ideas to those who have attended conferences in the past.

George will cover the folowing:

-- Registering for the conference

-- Planning your conference schedule

-- Planning your attack on the exhibit hall (from preliminary research on company websites to a shopping list)

-- Utilizing the program and syllabus in the best use

-- Networking and socializing to make connections

-- Encouraging cousins to attend.

-- Travel arrangements
George will also provide activity suggestions once your at the conference: meeting other attendees, arranging one-on-one time with favorite speakers, and how to work exhibit hal vendors to gather new information.

The original broadcast of the March 27 webinar is limited to 100 "live" attendees, but the program will be available for download or viewing anytime at the Southern California Genealogical Society.

"How to Get the Most out of a Genealogy Conference" is set for Saturday, March 27, from 10-11am PDT. Register here. After registration, you'll receive a confirmation email with detailed information on how to participate.

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