Julie Miller, CG
The theme of my three lectures in Richmond is organization. I have spoken to many genealogists over the years and have found that, like me, they hate using research time to organize. Being organized doesn't have to be difficult, complicated, or time-consuming.
"Adding Evernote to Your Genealogy Toolbox"Thursday, 8 May 2014, 8:00 a.m., T210
Evernote is free software that helps you to gather, copy, store, and retrieve almost anything. And it allows you to sync the information across all of your computers and devices while storing it in the Cloud. Come and see why so many genealogists (including me) say they can't live without it!
P.S. I promise not to ask you to give up your genealogy software.
"An Ounce of Prevention: Making a Genealogy Disaster Plan"Friday, 9 May, 11:00 a.m., F323
Genealogy documents, photographs, mementoes, and databases are a family’s most prized possessions. They could be lost in an instant in the event of a disaster. We are seeing it happen again and again as our weather becomes increasingly unpredictable. This lecture focuses on how to plan before you encounter a crisis. Being proactive could minimize your losses and keep your genealogy legacy preserved for future generations.
"Organizing Your Research Without Losing Your Mind"
Board for Certification of Genealogists® Skillbuilding LectureSaturday, 10 May, 11:00 a.m., S421
Most of us struggle to identify the best system for organizing our genealogy. The truth is, there is no "best system," only the best system for YOU. This lecture will discuss different methods and techniques to organize your genealogy research so you can spend more time researching a
nd less time reorganizing.
"Becoming an American: Naturalization Records"Wednesday, 7 May 2014, 2:30 p.m., W143
Due to a speaker cancellation Julie has stepped in and will be delivering a fourth lecture in the Migration Track. The Conference Committee thanks Julie for always being willing to step up and provide what is needed.
Julie Miller is a native of Northern Kentucky who has lived in Broomfield, Colorado for twenty-two years. She was the genealogy columnist for the Broomfield Enterprise from 2001–2011. She is NGS Vice President and was chair of the 2010 and 2012 NGS Family History Conferences. Julie has been a volunteer at the National Archives at Denver for over 16 years.