The management of GSQ has decided to trial an opening of the Wishart premise over 2 Thursdays, 21st and 28th May. There will be 2 sessions per day and anyone who wants to attend must email Claire at firstname.lastname@example.org to book a session. GSQ has been classified as a library and we will be following the QLD government guidelines for a library. In order to meet the requirements there is a limited number of places and all social distancing and hygiene rules apply.
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GSQ’s Membership Officer, Helen will be available on Mondays between 10am and 12noon to take Membership payments by phone - 07 3349 6072 or 0448 330 061, beginning Monday 30 March 2020.
GSQ has had to move with the times. We are living in a different world. Therefore we are experimenting with presenting our education sessions on line. The tool we are using is Zoom. We realise that nothing beats face to face sessions but sadly that is not possible. So we have a series of presentations that will be delivered via Zoom
- Getting the Most out of Family Search - new date 25 July: Delivered to your home via Zoom
- Finding Tasmanian Records - new date 27 June: Delivered to your home via Zoom
- Google Tools for Genealogists - new date 13 June: Delivered to your home via Zoom
If you are not sure about how to set up Zoom, we are here to help. You can download Zoom from http://zoom.us/
Changes to the sliders
There is a new way to view our sliders promoting our education events.
Instead of the sliders moving automatically, you will now have control. As you move your mouse on the slider you will a left and right arrow. Move through them at your pace. As well, each slider will have a button on it so you can go straight to the booking page for that session. This means it is simpler to get to the correct location immediately. I hope you like it. If you don't email me at email@example.com
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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