Lectures – Nancy Loe

May 15, 2021 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
on Zoom
Presenter: Nancy Loe

“Think Like an Archivist: Finding Genealogy Records in Archives”

Helps researchers find original records in US and international archives. Whether you had famous ancestors or not, a rich variety of genealogical primary sources in archives are waiting to be found for your family history research. You’ll discover and use online archival portals and finding aids, essential tools to locate hidden genealogical gems in archives.
Nancy E. Loe, MA, MLS, is a genealogy researcher and educator. After a long career as an archivist and librarian, Nancy now writes and lectures on her specializations: organizing research and U.S. and European records. She appears at regional, national, and international genealogy conferences. She recently completed several Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy classes on Nordic and German research.
Second presentation:
Presenter: Nancy Loe
“Organize Like an Archivist: Taming Genealogy Research and Records”
Helps you put your family history research in order. Discover effective step-by-step strategies to name and organize digital files for quick retrieval, link paper and digital records, and tame your genealogy research. No need for color codes, numbering systems, or other complicated schemes with this archives-based system.

All our monthly lectures and workshops are free to our members and the public. Non-members should request a Zoom invitation here.

There is no DNA Special Interest Group meeting this month. Our members are encouraged to attend Conejo Valley Genealogical Society’s DNA SIG this month. Contact webmaster@venturacogensoc.org for more information.