Michael is coming to Henry Ford Community College--Dearborn Michigan
hands-on computer workshops
presented by Michael John Neill
for the Ancestry Daily News
instructor at the Genealogical
Institute of Mid America
Family Tree Maker
17 October 2003
Are you fascinated by your family's history but unsure know how to organize
all the data? Learn how to use
one of today's most popular genealogy software programs to search for
and preserve your family's history and then share your results with
others. Basic knowledge of computers and genealogy helpful. Each
participant will have a computer to use.
- Data Entry Concerns
- Fixing Mistakes
- Non-traditional Famililes
- Creating Reports and Forms
Genealogy on the Web
18 October 2003
Been searching for your ancestors until your eyes are glazing over?
Whether you're a beginning or experienced genealogist, you will add to
your success by joining Michael Neill for this one-day workshop. You'll
learn tips and techniques for conducting an online search, including
making the most of various online search sites, using the Family History
Library, and researching a 'new' relative. Basic knowledge of computers
and genealogy helpful. Each participant will have a computer to use.
We'll post more information as it becomes available.
For more information, please contact
Joyce Deaton --
Henry Ford Comm. College
5101 Evergreen Rd.
Dearborn, MI 48128