The sound of the human voice is a powerful tool which conveys a wide
range of moods and emotions. The human voice can project loud enough to
excite and cheer at a pep rally, soften its volume to comfort the
grieving, or change to a friendly tone or pitch to say “hello” to a
friend. Adding voice notes or messages to digital documents can
communicate personality, mood, and emotions as well as add a multimedia
touch to text-based documents. Although, sound recording software has
been a standard accessory program on computers for numerous years, many
people either do not know about it or just don’t use it. A solution to
becoming a little more technically savvy in the production of word
processing, spreadsheet, or presentation documents, emails, and Internet
sites is by spicing them up with verbal messages and comments.
and family historians type documents and messages daily using software
such as Microsoft Word or email to disseminate information, ask
questions, and to communicate with family, friends, other researchers,
and research institutions. With all of this text-based communication,
digital conversations can often be less personable and bland. The focus
of this webinar is on adding audio or voice messages to spice up
text-based communications in documents, emails, and Internet sites. This
webinar will help participants discover free audio recording tools on
their computers and guide them in understanding the added benefits of
enhancing digital documents with audio and voice messages.
The live webinar is scheduled for Wednesday, October 26, 2011
at 2PM Eastern U.S., so register today to reserve your virtual seat.
Registration is free but space is limited to the first 1,000 people to
join that day.
About the presenter
Known as “Professor Dru” in the online world, Drusilla Pair is a
genealogist, technologist, and educator who has been tracing her family
history for over 16 years in Virginia and North Carolina. She has
conducted numerous genealogical presentations at family reunions,
churches, and local and national genealogical societies. She has also
written family history articles for genealogy and religious publications
and books for several of her family reunions and has been interviewed
by two local television stations about genealogy.
Having experience in a number of genealogical areas, she began
speaking on a national level in 1998. Last year she spoke at the annual
conference of the Afro American Historical & Genealogical Society
(AAHGS) and at the Atlanta Family History Expos about using voice
technology for family history projects. She was also selected as a
Blogger of Honor for the Atlanta Family History Expos.
Ms. Pair has become a local genealogy expert in her community and has
conducted numerous presentations focusing on African American Genealogy
and Technology. She is also an active member of the Hampton Roads Afro
American Historical and Genealogical Society and has created and
maintains a blog for her society, www.aahgshr.blogspot.com
Ms. Pair is also the author of several other blogs: “Find Your Folks
,” and “Let Freedom Ring!
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The webinar will be live on Wednesday, October 26, 2011 at:
- 2pm Eastern (U.S.)
- 1pm Central
- 12pm Mountain
- 11am Pacific/Arizona
- 6pm GMT
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Here's how to attend:
- Register at www.LegacyFamilyTree.com/webinars.asp today. It's free!
- You will receive a confirmation email containing a link to the webinar.
- You will receive a reminder email during the week prior to the webinar.
- Calculate your time zone by clicking here.
- Click on the webinar link (found in confirmation and reminder
emails) prior to the start of the webinar. Arrive early as the
room size is limited to the first 1,000 arrivals that day.
- Listen via headset (USB headsets work best), your computer speakers, or by phone.
We look forward to seeing you all there!