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“The Perfect Social Media: Family History and Genealogy”

Claire Brisson-Banks
11/12/11

Categories: IR , RT

Talk Abstract:
Claire will discuss how family history really helps you find and connect with your extended family. She has created a nice approach to accomplishing this and the outline is linked on her website https://www.familysearch.org/learn/wiki/en/User:BrissonBanksCV .

Speaker Bio:
Claire V. Brisson-Banks, BS, MLIS AG®, is a Rhode Island native, 2010 graduate of San Jose State University, accredited in English Research, lecturer and writer. She is the author of “The Social Media Guide for Ancestral Research: Using Web 2.0 Strategies”. Her areas of expertise are Technological Advances in Family History and Genealogy, US, England, Canada, Brick Wall Solutions and Involving Youth in Family History and Genealogy. Past Rhode Island Family History Director for 17 years and has researched and lectured onsite in the US and UK. A British Research Consultant and Technology Specialist at the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, she also maintains their Facebook presence. She has her own business Timeless Genealogies, does private research and sells personal history books and CD’s at www.timelessgen.com. She writes for UGA’s Crossroads publication, ICAPGENs’ Newsletter and is published in a long list of publications. She is currently an ICAPGen Board member, a member of APG®, and many other genealogical societies. When not doing Family History, she loves spending time with her family, reading and writing or enjoying a good movie. She lives in South Jordan.

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NOTICE:
This presentation is part of a set of over 400 presentations on genealogy and family history produced by “UVTAGG: The Utah Valley Technology and Genealogy Group”.
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