How To Digitize & Document Your Family History

FREE

El Cerrito Library       6510 Stockton Ave, El Cerrito, Jan 20, 11AM – 1PM

Dougherty Station Library  17017 Bollinger Canyon Road, San Ramon, March 2,  11AM – 1PM

Fremont Library         2400 Stevenson Blvd, Fremont, March 16, 11AM – 1PM

Saratoga Library        13650 Saratoga Ave, Saratoga, April 14, 1PM – 3PM

Los Altos Library       13 S San Antonio RD, Los Altos, April 27, 11AM – 1PM

Cupertino Library      10800 Torre Ave, Cupertino, May 4, 11AM – 1PM

Milpitas Library          160 N Main St, Milpitas, May 12, 11AM – 1PM

Castro Valley Library  3600 Norbridge Ave, Castro Valley, May 19, 2PM – 4PM

What You Will Learn

•Key resources, best practices, and tips on how to create your own multimedia family legacy.

•“How to” create an oral history using artificial intelligence, scan and restore photos, free/cost effective multimedia conversion resources.

•Demonstrate a digital family history book.

Abstract

How To Digitize & Document Your Family History 
This session takes you into the physical and virtual world on how to build a multimedia family library. We will demonstrate and teach “how to” create an oral history using artificial intelligence, scan and restore photos, reveal free/cost effective multimedia conversion resources, story telling, movie making, and demo a digital family history book. You will walk away knowing key resources, best practices, and tips on how to create your own family legacy.       

About The Speaker: Ron Chan

Ron is a published genealogy author, presenting and teaching how to create novel and compelling ways to bring family history to life at conferences in both the US and China. He is Founder and Executive Director of the Bay Area Chinese Genealogy Group, whose mission is to share, educate and tell the story and struggles of the past, so future generations may know their roots.   

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3 thoughts on “How To Digitize & Document Your Family History”

  1. I finished my family story! I even included an Author’s Note, Reviews, Table of Contents, changed the font for easier reading. It ended up 7 chapters, over 90 personal photos, and less than 50 pages.

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