Family History Publishing, (What They Do Not Tell You!) The Indian River Genealogical Society is pleased to announce that Marlis Humphrey, will speak at its regular monthly meeting on September 9, 2014 to be held in the first floor multimedia room of the Indian River County Main Library, 1600 21st Street, Vero Beach. The business meeting will convene at 9:30AM followed by refreshments and Ms. Humphrey’s presentation at 10:30AM. This meeting is free and open to the public.
Marlis Glaser Humphrey is the industry’s foremost expert on next generation family history publishing. She has applied her 20+ years experience in broadband communications and media and broadcast, technology, marketing, and stategic planning to the genealogy world. Not only a successful researcher, Marlis has approached genealogy with a unique perspective on how technology advances in multimedia applications can enrich our sharing of family history and presents and teaches her ideas and methods, inspiring genealogists—whether beginner, expert, or professional, nationally and internationally.
This program will appeal to beginners to the advanced family history researcher because at some time, everyone wants to share their findings. Explore innovations in family history publishing. Survey today’s options for creating family history videos, slide shows, print books, eBooks, digital magazines, web-sites and timelines. Hear what is involved! Learn how you can get started. Chart your path to creating a family history that members of all generations will treasure.
For questions about this meeting, please call 772 532-6288. To access the society’s newsletter and learn more about membership, classes and Genealogy Interest Groups, please check the website at http://www.irgs.org.