Wednesday, January 17, 2018

What's in Your Attic and What to Do About It - Janet Hovorka and Don Carpenter

Free and open to the public!

Utah Genealogical Association Virtual Chapter 

Presenters: Janet Hovorka and Don Carpenter, PhD 

Date and Time: Thursday, 18 January 2018
Great Grandfather was a wonderful genealogist, but even with the best plan, three generations later some of his treasures are now hard for family members to find. This Father and Daughter team wants to do better. What is the best plan for digitizing and archiving the items in their family history boxes? Where do they find the time and resources to implement that plan? Where do they put the most important items so that all of the family can find them? How do they make sure that all future generations have access to the stories, artifacts and pictures that bring recent and current generations to life?
Janet HovorkaJanet Carpenter Hovorka received a BA in History and an MS in Library and Information Science from BYU. She and her husband Kim own Family ChartMasters, the official printers for most of the genealogy software and database companies, and, a new online service that helps family history enthusiasts connect to professionals to get the specific help they need. Janet is also the author of the Zap The Grandma Gap book and workbooks to help people connect with their family by connecting them to their family history. Janet shares her passion for the nutrition family history brings to the soul on her two blogs and has written for numerous genealogy publications. She is a past President of the Utah Genealogical Association and teaches library science, business, and genealogy courses at Salt Lake Community College.
Don CarpenterDon A. Carpenter has a PhD in higher education administration from the University of Utah and BA and MA degrees from BYU. He retired as Associate Commissioner for the Utah System of Higher Education (State Board of Regents) and has also served as Assistant Dean at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. Don was president of the National Council of State Directors of Community Colleges, president of the National Association of State Approving Agencies, and president of the Jordan (Utah) School Board. He currently serves as a volunteer collecting histories at the LDS Church History Library.

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