Monday, January 14, 2013

Green Valley Monthly Meeting - Jan 17th

Green Valley Genealogical Society, January 17 from 1 PM to 3 PM at the St. Francis in the Valley Episcopal Church, 600 S. La Cañada Dr., Green Valley.  Main Program: Marcia Lindley & Sharon Scott will discuss “Copies and Copyrights – Staying Out of Trouble”.  Can you publish your family history and include the pictures of Great Aunt Agatha‘s family?  Is it okay to post on your genealogy website portions of a family tree you found elsewhere on the Internet?  How many pages of that book can you legally photocopy?  If you‘ve ever wondered about the answers to questions like this, mark January 17th on your calendar.  Sharon and Marcia will try to decode United States copyright laws as they apply to genealogists and explain them in plain English so we can all stay on the straight and narrow.  Short Program:  During her October presentation, Jill Bailey suggested that “Evernote” was a handy application.  Whether you are just trying to keep track of your research findings, using multiple phones or computers, or have a relative with which you are collaborating...   Jill may just be right.  Jon Otto will tell us why.  Visitors are welcome.   Contact JoAnn Herbst (396-4630 or joannherbst@cox.net) for more information or Google “gvgs az”.   Information for the 2013 Seminar is on our web page.  Participation is limited to 100 genealogists.

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