Free webinar now online - "Watch Geoff Live: Adding a Marriage Record"
May 26, 2011
"I have been using Legacy for the past four years and learned more in this 60 minutes than ever before" is what one viewer commented about last night's live webinar. The recording of Watch Geoff Live: Adding a Marriage Record is now available in our webinar archives.
The 1 hour 45 minute video was much more than just typing in a marriage record. Another viewer agreed:
"Although it's focused on adding a single type of record, the steps involved cover many things: master source lists, research notes, adding relationships, clipboard, etc. The webinars make everything fall in place because Geoff explains his thought process & reasons for the steps. It's great we can ask questions & add comments live."
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- A great session - exciting, informative, interactive. Geoff is a wonderful presenter. It's so useful to hear him deliberate about information puzzles and sources and 'think out loud' about the data entry process.
- Absolutely brilliant Geoff. So many light-bulb moments for me and the additional questions I had in my mind as you progressed were resolved for me by student's questions.
- Great webinar! Love seeing real-life situations and learning how I can apply the techniques to my own work.
- Great Webinar! Learn a lot just watching Geoff or other presenters "do" in action. Instills ideas of how some collateral things can be done differently - Picture folders, organization of Sources, etc. Very easy to watch and hold attention. Kudoes to Geoff for doing new things, live.
- I loved the presentation and I learned so much. I watched the webinar on adding a death certificate just prior to this one; it, too, was excellent. I am just beginning to use Legacy software, and I am so grateful for the training CDs and webinars. I have watched the training CDs more than once, and these webinars are great help in reinforcing and developing the techniques. Thank you!
- I really appreciate the informal presentation - learn so many things beyond adding a marriage record.
- Although it's focused on adding a single type of record, the steps involved cover many things: master source lists, research notes, adding relationships, clipboard, etc. The webinars make everything fall in place because Geoff explains his thought process & reasons for the steps. It's great we can ask questions & add comments live.
- This type of presentation is invaluable. Its great to see someone actually enter their data to learn the process of getting the most out of the information included in documents as well as utilizing Legacy Family Tree to the utmost!
- Wow ... this was EXCELLENT INFO. I have been using Legacy for the past four years and learned more in this 60 minutes than ever before.
Register for our upcoming webinars (free)
- Google Forms for Genealogists with Thomas MacEntee - Wednesday, June 1, 2011.
- Cruising with Legacy Family Tree in 2012 - Friday, June 3, 2011.
- Ready, Set, Write! Share Your Family's Story with Lisa Alzo - Wednesday, June 29, 2011
- The Power of DNA in Unlocking Family Relationships with Ugo Perego - Wednesday, July 13, 2011
- Google Images and Beyond with Maureen Taylor - Wednesday, July 20, 2011
- Organizing for Success with Karen Clifford - Wednesday, August 3, 2011
- Newspapers for Genealogists with Tom Kemp - Wednesday, August 17, 2011
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Regarding Ida Parker's father.... It was posited in the webinar that his last name was White, but the word was not capitalized in the record (proper names seem to be consistantly capitalized). Because throughout the document people are referred to as "a white person", I'm wondering if the "white" for Ida's father is meant to describe him as being of the caucasion race. The form itself seems to be used only for the causacion race.
Posted by: Jerry | May 29, 2011 at 04:03 PM
Jerry - thanks for the suggestion. It often pays to have an open mind about these situations. I'll keep this in mind as I pursue this family's true identity.
Posted by: Geoff Rasmussen | May 31, 2011 at 11:03 AM