Thursday, November 17, 2011

Sunday: Technology Use and Application in Jewish Genealogy

From Gail Kalison Reynolds, Publicity Chair, Jewish Genealogy Society of Connecticut
The Jewish Genealogical Society of Connecticut will meet on Sunday, November 20, 2011, at 1:30 pm, in Middletown. The program will be held at Godfrey Memorial Library, 134 Newfield Street, and is open to all.

Gail Kalison Reynolds, Publicity Chair of JGSCT, will speak on how the Internet has dramatically changed research in Jewish genealogy.

She will cover how computers can be used to enhance Jewish genealogical research:
•Help organize your data, print trees and charts.
•Communicate with other genealogists, via e-mail, such as through the JewishGen Discussion Group.
•Access to online resources. JewishGen has dozens of searchable databases on its web site.

Godfrey Memorial Library is the only public library in Connecticut solely devoted to genealogy. Its resources and board member assistance will be available for research before and after the program.

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