Presenting “Keeping Your Digital Genealogy Files Organized and Accessible” @ The Clayton Library

I will be speaking at the Clayton Genealogy Library as part of the Clayton Library Lecture Series this coming Thursday, October 18, 2018 from 6:30-7:30pm. The Clayton Genealogy Library is part of the Houston Public Libraries and is one of the largest genealogy libraries in the nation. I am excited to present there!

Here is the summary from the lecture series announcement:

Learn ways for effectively managing digital genealogy files, including folder organization methods helpful for genealogists; file naming conventions; batch-changing file names; and best practices for backing up and sharing digital genealogy files. Additionally, discover resources available to genealogists in the Special Collections at the University of Houston Libraries. Guest speaker Melody Condron is a librarian at the University of Houston Libraries and specializes in information organization and personal information management. She has presented on genealogy-related topics at RootsTech, the Personal Digital Archiving Conference, and many public libraries. Reservations required, please call 832-393-2600.

http://houstonlibrary.org/learn-explore/library-events/clayton-library-lecture-series-57

Here is a sneak peak of my handout with some of the topics we will cover, as well as some of the UH library’s resources.

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