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“Get More From Technology: Help in Family History”

Cathy Anderegg
6/11/16

Categories: LDS , RT

Talk Abstract:
This will include discussing Responsive Web Design and what you can do to enhance it, the use of multiple tabs to speed up Source Linker attachments, ways to organize and design Sources that make better sense, using filters on the Watch List to make an index of your pedigree, and filters on the temple ordinances.

Speaker Bio:
Cathy Pearce Anderegg has an MS degree in Gifted Education and has taught English, AP English, been the Yearbook Advisor, and run a computer lab for 40 years at West High School in Salt Lake City. She has been doing family history for more than 45 years and has been in numerous community and LDS Church positions, including working in FamilySearch Family Tree and as a Church Service Missionary for 8 years at the Family History Library. For Family Tree training, she is the founder of the website http://fsfamilytreeusergroup.com/resources.php , with several other contributors, and which has many free (for-non-commercial-use) presentations, Powerpoints, handouts, and videos. She is a presenter at many family history venues, including RootsTech, the BYU Family History and Genealogy Conference, the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, the Riverton FamilySearch Library, and Utah Genealogical Association conferences. Married for 51 years, she and her husband have 7 children and 35 grandchildren. Contact information is on their website.

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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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