Wednesday 16 October 10am-Noon
Learn the secrets of the GSQ library (and have fun at the same time)
Bring a plate to share
Organising your research - the digital way
November 9 @ 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
By taking a fresh look at you work with digital records, you have an opportunity to improve efficiency.
Researching your European ancestors can be challenging, especially if you o not speak the language. Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland all have a small number of given names and surnames to make it harder. Steinar will guide you through all that.
Researching Scandinavian ancestors
Presented by Steinar Johansen
Sat Nov 16 from 9:00AM to 11:30AM
Organising your research - the digital way Sat 9 November @ 9:00 am to 11:30 am
Be more efficient by organising your digital files
Researching Scandinavian ancestors - Sat 16 November @ 9:00 am to 11:30 am
This presentation provides guidance and how to focus on finding your Scandinavian family.
MyGSQ is a dedicated site containing unique records and is only available to GSQ members. Log into MyGSQ through the GSQ Login/Logout and you can search the unique record collections such as the index to pedigree charts and funeral director's records. You can also view other members' interest areas.
The GSQ Resource Centre provides members and visitors with access to a number of computer-based paid sites such as Ancestry and Find My Past. The Centre also holds published reference material and special collections covering Australia and other countries.
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