Looking for a new way to search for your genealogy online? This workshop may give you the clues you need to find your ancestors through Google. On Saturday, August 3, 10:30 a.m., the Delaware Public Archives will host a workshop entitled “Google Tools for Genealogy.” Presented by Leah Youse, MLIS, (pictured below) this presentation will provide the information a researcher needs to utilize several advanced search techniques that will take one’s genealogical research to the next level, as well as serve as an introduction to GoogleTranslate and GoogleBooks.
The speaker, Leah Youse, MLIS, earned her Master’s degree in Library and Information Science from The University of Alabama and currently provides reference services to patrons at the Elkton Central Library in Cecil County, Maryland. She has done archival work with the Historical Society of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and the Historical Society of Cecil County. Youse’s primary interests include research methodology and genealogy blogging.
The program is free to the public. No reservations are required. For more information, contact Jessica Carmichael (302) 744-5081 or e- mail email@example.com.