Here's the dirty little secret about tablets and the iPad: they are not laptops.
Once the genealogist accepts that truth they can untether themselves from the restraints of that mindset and embrace... More > what I call the "Tablet Mindset." And in Turn Your iPad into a Genealogy Powerhouse you will learn how to unleash your iPad's potential for family history on-the-go!
These pages are packed with the tools you need to get the most out your tablet:
• An in depth look at over 65 apps that are ideal for the genealogist
• 32 Fabulous Tips and Tricks that will make you a power user
• See it for yourself with recommended online videos
Do you have a tablet other than an iPad?
No problem! Comparable apps available in Google Play are included. And the Tips and Tricks section will give you clues as to features to look for on your brand of tablet.< Less
You're interested in learning more about your family history, and you've probably heard several people say "be sure to check old newspapers!" Sounds great, right? But which newspapers were... More > around back then? And where are they now? This book provides you with a fool-proof research process, and is stuffed with everything you need for genealogical success:
- Step-by-Step Instructions
- Worksheets and Checklists
- Tons of Free Online Resources
- Websites that are worth Shelling Out a Few Bucks For
- A Massive Amount of Location Specific Websites
- A Case Study that Puts It All to the Test
It's the answer to finding what's black and white and read all over:
YOUR FAMILY HISTORY!< Less
This book gives you a proven newspaper research process, and is stuffed with everything you need for genealogical success: Step-by-Step Instructions, Worksheets and Checklists, Tons of Online... More > Resources and Websites,A Case Study that Puts It All to the Test.
"Read it. Study it. Absorb it. But above all, use Lisa Louise Cooke’s new book as the guide and instructional tool that it is meant to be. As a veteran of research and libraries, I found all sorts of nuggets and new resources. Beginners will find an embarrassment of riches, including an impressive appendix with a comprehensive list of online routes to national, international and local newspapers. This is as close as you’ll get to one-stop shopping for learning about historical newspaper research."
--Steve Luxenberg, Washington Post associate editor and author of Annie’s Ghosts:
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When it comes to your tracing your family tree online, you need the right tools to get the job done! In The Genealogist’s Google Toolbox, renowned genealogy podcaster Lisa Louise Cooke help... More > you stuff your genealogy toolbox with FREE state-of-the-art Internet tools that are built to search, translate, message, and span the globe. You’ll travel outside the genealogy community and straight to the folks who dominate the online world: Google.
The Genealogist’s Google Toolbox includes:
Google Search: Put an end to fruitless searches forever
Google Alerts: Your personal genealogy research assistant
Gmail: Never lose another email
iGoogle: Create a genealogy research dashboard
Google Books: The world’s history at your fingertips
Google News Timeline: Get the scoop on your ancestors
Google Translate: Open the world of foreign language documents and websites
YouTube Videos: Your family history in action
Google Earth: Rock your ancestor’s world!< Less