Google Tools for Genealogists
June 13 @ 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
$25 – $40
With search engines, a part of our everyday lives, most of us have turned to Google at some stage in our family history research. It is so easy to type in a name or genealogy search query and discover all the fantastic resources the internet has to offer. However, Google search results can be unpredictable when it comes to research. Sometimes you have to trawl through the rubbish to find the real genealogy gems. You will learn handy Google tricks that will help you get the most from using a search engine for your family tree.
Presenter: Helen Connor
Helen is fascinated with history and addicted to family history. She has been researching her Australian, New Zealand, Irish, Scottish and English ancestors for over thirty years. Helen has recently completed the Society of Australian Genealogists’ Certificate of Genealogical Research and is undertaking the Diploma in Family History from the University of Tasmania. Additionally, she holds a Bachelor of Social Work with Honours and a Master’s Degree in Health Policy (by research). Helen has presented on a variety of topics for the Society at the Brisbane City Council libraries. Helen aims to use her knowledge to help others learn more about genealogical research methods, record collections and techniques so that they can then investigate the history of their own family.