Adina Newman – #Genealogy: Incorporating Social Media into Your Genealogical Research Program
April 23, 2023 @ 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm EDT
at Temple Emanuel (Hybrid Meeting*)
JGSGB members: Program is free. Members do not need to register.
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Social media has become an essential tool for genealogists in the 21st century. Through platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Linkedin, and TikTok, genealogists have limitless opportunities for expanding research, learning new skills, and collaborating with other researchers. Whether a social media novice or seasoned expert, everyone will walk away from this presentation with new ideas for incorporating social media into their genealogical research and practice.
At My Family Genie (myfamilygenie.com), Adina Newman assists clients with research and blogs about genealogy.Her specialties are Jewish genealogy, genetic genealogy, social media, and New England. She has been certified by the genealogy program at Boston University and by the major genealogical institutes. She has received international social media attention for her research into the genealogy of celebrities. Adina is a valued member of our society.
Please note: This program WILL NOT be recorded.