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Why Video for Genealogy?
2018-12-26 @ 8:00 pm - 9:15 pm
Participants will learn how video engages viewers and brings family history to life. A short video about an ancestor’s story can help share genealogy research with family members who may not be “genealogically inclined.”
Topics covered include:
- how to quickly brainstorm ancestor story ideas,
- storyboarding a video using available images,
- sources of public domain images to augment your story
- putting together a finished video using free or low-cost editing tools,
- ways to share videos with family members and encourage dialog
About our Speaker
Margaret Eves is the author of the eBook, Sharing Your Genealogy Research With Video. She has been recording family history interviews and researching her genealogy for more than twenty-five years. After earning a Master’s degree in Journalism and Communication from the University of Florida, Margaret worked in radio, film, and video production. She went on to earn a Masters in Library Science from Florida State University and served as a librarian in school and public libraries, where she also taught genealogy classes. Margaret offers online courses and provides resources through her website, VideoGenealogy.com.