Michael   Provard

Mike Provard recently joined the FamilySearch Marketing Team as the Operations and Logistics Coordinator. He has been a family history center director and currently assists in teaching the family history class in his LDS ward. He has worked in various areas of the Family History Department, including the Granite Mountain Records Vault and Family History Center Support.

Schedule

February 22, 2013
3:50 pm : Getting Started on FamilySearch.org

(All Levels) Whether you have never used FamilySearch or you would like to learn more about it, this presentation nnwill provide: A brief overview of FamilySearch, basic tips for searching and getting around, a case study demonstrating how FamilySeach is powerful research tool, introduce the vast nnarray of research assistance available, and a peek at the updated Family Tree. Login First

 
7:20 pm : Branch out with FamilySearch Family Tree

(All Levels) Probably the most exciting update to FamilySearch in a long time is Family Tree. This presentation will: Introduce the Family Tree and why the update is so important (data accuracy), provide seven reasons why you should be excited about the Tree (hint: edit, sources, collaborate, notify, and more!), show the Family Tree in action through a case study, and a peek at what you can expect in the near future. Don’t miss this! Login First

February 23, 2013
1:30 pm : FamilySearch.org: Open Doors to More

(All Levels) Having trouble finding your ancestor’s information on FamilySearch.org? Want to learn the expert tips and tricks for getting more and better results from your searches? In this presentation we will use actual case studies to demonstrate how to find more and better information in FamilySearch’s historical records and other resources. Come and learn how to open the door to more. Login First