Philipp M.   Mayer

A retired engineer with thirty-five years of design, management, and consultant experience. He is the author of Genealogy Presentations, 4 Decades of Pueblo’s German Club, and Presentation is Everything. After twenty-five years of family research, he developed a unique process to organize, manage, and present family information.


June 27, 2014
2:30 pm : Using Flip-Pal with Genealogy

(All Levels) Scanning isn’t the complex process that we’ve come to know. A company called Couragent® has simplified the way we scan objects by developing Flip-Pal®, the ideal mobile scanner to preserve memories, inspired ideas, precious photographs, or merely capture the eloquence of quilts and embroidered works of art at a moment’s notice.
nOne cannot emphasis the importance of digitizing your family documents. This lecture will explain the various features of Flip-Pal® and demonstrate how the scanner works. It will provide you the confidence you need to digitally document your entire family.n Login First

June 28, 2014
10:00 am : Organizing Genealogical Information

(All Levels) In genealogy, there is nothing more important than to understand how to organize information. And, central to organizing it is the Unique ID that enables you to effortlessly navigate through your all your genealogical files. The Unique ID also enables you to organize and digitize all your photographs and documents. This class will show you how to organize your digital and physical family information. Login First

11:20 am : Presenting Genealogical Information

(All Levels) Presentation is everything! Since most people don’t know how to present genealogical information, they have little to impress and share with their family. This class will show you how to create dynamic, professional 3-ring binder coffee table book presentations that will impress everyone in your family. You will learn how to effortlessly create great presentations. It’s never too early or late to learn how to present your family.
nIt is recommended that you take the ‘Organizing Genealogical Information’ lecture prior to this one.n Login First