Ogdenfsl.org. Find it fast. May 2013. How can I ever remember all that?. There is so much information out there, and some of us are just beginning. Let’s take a whirlwind tour.
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Find it fast
There is so much information out there, and some of us are just beginning.
The home page has good information and all the links are here, right under the photo.
Notice the search box. Use it to find places in the site on your search topic.
This is your link to information about the conference coming in September on Saturday the 14th. It is free and it is fun. Bring your friends and family.
Always scroll down to see what’s at the bottom of the page.
Sign up here for the Ogden FamilySearch Library’s newsletter, which has great information.
At the bottom of the page (always scroll to the bottom), you will find the Ogden FamilySearch Library Mission and Objectives – our mission and objectives as library volunteers, missionaries and staff.
First, how “About Us”?
Do you know everything about the library where you serve?
Here are services the Ogden FamilySearch Library can provide. Could your family or ward benefit?
Family History is a hot topic now for wards and stakes. We offer speakers on topics from writing your stories to preparing names for the temple.
This alphabetical list is an index covering years of accumulated wisdom and information. It has been updated and is another way to find a quick answer to your questions.
Clicking on “Class Schedule” will open a Wiki page with classes displayed as shown.
Clicking on “Calendar of Classes taught at the Ogden Family Search Library will show classes in a calendar format.
Family Tree Training
Photos and Stories
Boy Scout Merit Badge Requirements
Temple Ordinance Policies?
For example, Click the first link: BYU Family History Resources. The next page will show you some of the things you will find there.
Shouldn’t everyone know about this wonderful page?
Share this with patrons today.
Patrons (and staff) who need confidence in web surfing will find the direction they need on pages like this.
Another link under “learn” takes us to an excellent article written by Emil O. Hanson about writing histories.
Other links lead to consultant training, indexing training tips, This is the Place—Enhanced (a map of FamilySearch), Mocavo Learning Center, information about Newspapers, the BYU Family History Library, dictionaries and glossaries, church lesson sites and more. It goes on and on. Please explore “Learn” at Ogdenfsl.org after this introduction.
“Other Research Sites” will take you to a list of FREE online ancestry resources
Finally, the last link under “Research” at Ogdenfsl.org is a short list of search engines with tips for their use and links to their training sites.
This page has links to tools:
photos and stories
FAMILY HISTORY SOFTWARE
This is a link to a timeline tool.
Here is a link to information about a great tool we use all the time at the library: FastStone Capture.