Have Something to Share? Create Your Own Online Research Class
No matter how much genealogy research you have done, you’re experience probably taught you some good lessons. Learn how to share what you know by developing your own simple, engaging, and informative online presentation.
Training videos using screencasting software have become popular on websites like Lynda.com and Khan Academy. In this workshop, receive hands-on experience scripting, developing, and sharing a short animated video using free open source software and tools you probably already have on your computer. Leave knowing some good guidelines and skills that can help you develop screencasts at home.
Pre-requisite: Basic PowerPoint skills
Anne Metcalf currently manages the research courses on FamilySearch Learning Center. She enjoys working closely with the genealogy community gathering great classes. Before joining FamilySearch, she developed online and instructor-led training for the Utah Museum of Natural History, U.S. Marine Corp., Close to My Heart, Inc., and Zions Bank. She has also managed community education programs for Salt Lake City School District and University of Utah. Anne has a master’s degree in Educational Psychology with an emphasis in Instructional Design and Educational Technology.