August was an exciting month for The Ancestry Techie. Between writing scripts for tutorial videos, attending NWGC, and visiting Prince Edward Island to do research, it's been a genealogy-packed month leading up to launch.
First, what's new for The Ancestry Techie-- I have a lesson plan outlined and scripts for the first eight videos in the computer learning series. Click here for a preview of what's in filming.
NWGC was a great conference and if you're on the west coast, debating whether a conference is worth your investment, I would highly recommend NWGC. Cece Moore, Your Genetic Genealogist, and Judy Russell, The Legal Genealogist were a riot and incredibly informative. There were classes for all levels of expertise.
Prince Edward Island's Public Archives and Records Office (much of which is online) is considered THE place to go for PEI family research, but I found some of my greatest gems at UPEI's Robertson Library. I highly recommend making time to stop there, but be sure to make an appointment first for the best experience.
Quick Tips are now live on The Ancestry Techie Youtube Channel, so check out my first one of video groups!