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Publishing & Sharing a Story
Sep 4

Publishing & Sharing a Story

$30.00
Registrations Closed
Date & Time
4 September 2021 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Registrations Are Closed

Due to the extension of COVID Lockdown in the ACT this course is now a Zoom-only meeting and is open to members of the public and FHACT members.  After registering to attend via Zoom you will receive an email with a link to the external Zoom website to complete the registration.

 Have you thought about publishing your family history but can't decide which format is best for you?

 Join us for an overview and discussion of the many forms of sharing your story, either online or in printed book form.

                         The presenters of this course are:

Clare McGuiness - Publishing from your software program (focusing on Family Tree Maker)

Most genealogy software programs allow you to compile extracted information into a readable narrative. Focussing on Family Tree Maker we'll review the processes to achieve this. The outputs are the structure and start of a finished book. 

Barb Toohey - E-publishing

The potential of e-publishing ranges from hyperlinking stories to images to putting whole books on the internet. 

Shauna Hicks - Blogging

Shauna of Shauna Hicks History Enterprises writes the well-known blog Diary of An Australian Genealogist. She will tells us what she does and how she does it.  Shauna will inspire you to try it.

Rosemary McKenzie - Print publishing

As Editor of The Ancestral Searcher, Rosemary will review aspects of layout, working with a publisher/printer and considerations of self publishing.

Course Number 1018
$25.20 for members and $30 for non-members

 

 

 

 

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