Free Webinar- New Resources to Make it Easier

October 2, 2009 at 1:30 pm Leave a comment

Ohana Software just released their new FREE webinar on Tuesday, October 6, 2009 from 7-8 PM Mountain Standard Time. Now is the time you can register!

Ohana is happy to announce a guest presentation by Author & Lecturer Paul Larsen. The topic is New Resources to Make it Easier.

There’s so much new stuff for family history, it’s easy to feel somewhat overwhelmed. Here’s a colorful tour of the new web sites and tools to guide beginners and empower experts using today’s technology. Learn about unique LDS resources on the Internet, the top 10 U.S. web sites, and the best of the Internet to search for your ancestors. Learn how to make it easier, save time, and have fun connecting to your ancestors. Come join us and see what you’re missing..

Paul Larsen is a BYU graduate and brings over 25 years of family history experience. He is a popular lecturer at family history conferences and workshops, and has written family history articles for magazines. He is the author and publisher of the best-selling book, Crash Course in Family History: A Step-by-Step Illustrated Guidebook and Comprehensive Resource Directory now in it’s 3rd edition, and the creator of Easy Family History. Randy Seaver, of GeneaMusings has written his review of Crash Course in Family History.

Randy Seaver states in his review:

“The emphasis of this book is on using Internet resources to find genealogy and family history information and solve research problems. As such, it will be very useful to the Beginning Computer Genealogist and as a teaching aid for Family History Consultants at the FHL and FHCs. A Beginning Genealogist will find this book useful as part of a collection of general genealogy books. The book is jam-packed with useful lists of websites and databases by subject, and is very easy to read and to use.” Check it out!

He realized that there is a great need for people everywhere to easily learn how to do family history. And since new technology has made it easier and faster, he just wants to share with everyone the easiest way to connect with your ancestors. He is the founder of 4 different successful corporations, and an accomplished artist. He and his wife, Peggy, live in St. George, Utah.

Join me on October 6 to learn “New Resources to Make It Easier” by Paul Larsen.

For more articles by Tina Sansone visit Genealogy@Bellaonline.com!

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