This is one of the lectures I will be presenting on Saturday, April 2, at the Ohio Genealogical Society Conference. I have been working on the PowerPoint presentation off and on over the last few months and finally realized that I am spending more time browsing through the websites and finding things for myself and clients than putting together the presentation. The lectures mainly focuses on websites with digitized books but I am also covering (just a bit) digitized documents, newspapers, indexes, and other items.
So tonight I have been trying to keep myself on track. I found some terrific images for the PowerPoint and even found a few websites with digitized materials that I didn’t know about before.
Every time I do some online browsing I see that this lecture will be one that has significant changes each time I update it before a presentation. And yes, it will be accompanied by syllabus material that contains a plethora of URLs. I find that the syllabus material I compile for my lectures become a great finding aid for me. Added to that is the syllabus material of all the other speakers at events. It’s been a fun lecture to assemble. The technology that enables so much to be digitized and/or searchable or indexed is exciting.
Additional note: I have to give my colleague Debbie Miezala, CG, the credit for the title. We were brainstorming and she came up with the title.
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