Saturday, February 19, 2011

Anywhere Anytime Genealogy

This afternoon I am presenting a talk at The Society of Australian Genealogists on Anywhere, Anytime Genealogy.

As I believe that evaluation is an important part of any process I want to give attendees an opportunity to let me know how they found this afternoon's presentation. I am hoping that some of them will use the comments section of this post to give me feedback.

4 comments:

Sharon Brennan said...

Hope it went well. When do you get time to get over jetlag?
I spoke here in Coffs today on Getting the most out of Google. Now back to my own research.

Geniaus said...

Went well as I imagine yours did. One of the ladies (there were no men) remembered me from ASLA days!
I'm doing something on Google in a few weeks at SAG.
Somehow I don't think the attendees will be giving feedbaack via the blog

Carole Riley said...

Thanks for posting the link on the Society's Facebook page. My only comment is that it's a bit harsh blaming the Society's projector for not displaying the site well when it has such a dark background. I don't think there are many rooms that could manage this. There is a reason why we stick to dark on a light background - it's easier for everyone to read in all situations.

I'm still waiting to find someone to sell me a Flip-Pal!

Geniaus said...

Carole,
I apportion as much of the blame to myself as to the society's projector. Having done around 50 projector installations in classrooms and labs in my working life I understand the difficulties faced especially in rooms with high ceilngs.
I did however use a "Web safe colour scheme" from Dreamweaver that was designed to be easy to view.

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