Using the GSQ Computers – Members only
October 22 @ 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM$10.00
The Genealogical world is changing all the time. Is your knowledge on how to use the computers and programs installed at GSQ up to date.
Do you know what programs we have for you to use at GSQ ? Not just the subscription databases
Have you looked at or used any of the other icon links on the Start Menu page? Using a combination of resources helps you find out more about your ancestor, the places they lived and what was classified as a normal life style for them.
What are some of the best ways to search within the subscriptions of Ancestry; FindmyPast; MyHeritage; The Genealogist; FamilySearch and many more?
We all talk about becoming paperless, and to put the information you have found onto a USB Stick. But do you know how to use a usb stick and when you get home what to do with the files on it?
If you want to know more so that it helps you when you come into GSQ to do research then come to this workshop.
Course is limited to 10 people, to ensure each person can be assisted when using the computers so be in quick as usually gets booked out.
Ailsa Corlett has been compiling her family history since 1989. In the 1990’s she was an Accredited Record Agent via AAGRA (Australian Association of Genealogists and Record Agents) specializing in New Zealand Research. Was a member of GSQ in the early 1990’s until taking a break in the 2000’s and rejoining again in 2017.
Love of computers and all Tech things, Ailsa was part of establishing the first GSQ Computer Group and was involved in many of the Seminars and Presentations, as well as the Committee.
Still having a love of computers, was the previous Convenor of TAG (Technical Advisor Group), is the Co-host of the Monday Zoom Meetings, the 4th Wednesday Evening Zoom with guest speakers, and one of the webcoordinators for GSQ, and active member of the GSQ DNA SIG.
Sale of these tickets will end on Friday 21st Oct at 3pm unless sold out prior
Email for the event will be sent out of Friday 21st Oct sometime after 4pm