Google Workspace for Genealogical Research by Eleanor Brinsko

Webinar: Google Workspace for Genealogical Research
Speaker: Eleanor Brinsko
When: Saturday, July 9, 2022 at 11:00am Eastern

Program Description:
We each have our own organizational methods: notes written on paper, color-coding, binders, and online. Some are hesitant to use virtual organization due to subscription renewal costs, having multiple websites to keep track of, or it is too complicated to figure out. But what if there was a free, one-stop place online where you can access your genealogy research from anywhere, make the templates to your liking, AND share it with family members? That’s where Google Workspace comes in. Eleanor Brinsko, MLIS, of Carlon Genealogical Services, LLC, will demonstrate the different programs on Google Workspace to help make your research a little easier and help you find the holes that you need to fill in to break down the brick walls!

Speaker Bio:
Eleanor Brinsko is a professional genealogist who specializes in Norwegian-American genealogy by looking at genealogical and social trends on both sides of the Atlantic. Eleanor has given lectures for the Wisconsin Historical Society and public libraries, genealogical societies, and family reunions across the country. She is also a contributor to the show “PBS’ Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates Jr.”



VGA Members can register for this webinar via the Zoom link in the Upcoming Webinars area of the Members Center. Please contact info@virtualgenealogy.org if you have any questions.

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