Sometimes getting things off the computer and out where you can see them can help you think of other research ideas. And there is no better way to collect family information than to hang a chart at a family reunion. This class will talk about various kinds of charts, large and small and what each type of chart can teach you. We'll also show you Family ChArtist, a simple-to-use web application that makes creating and designing beautiful genealogy charts easy with beautiful graphics including countries, flags, nature and other artwork. Printing any kind of genealogy chart is easy with your Legacy Family Tree file and Generation Maps genealogy chart printing service.
Janet Hovorka and her husband own Family ChartMasters, a genealogy chart printing service and official printing service for Legacy Charting. She is the author of the Zap the Grandma Gap book and workbooks about engaging youth with family history. Janet writes The Chart Chick and the Zap The Grandma Gap blogs and has widely written and lectured about family history. She is a past president of UGA and teaches genealogy and library science at SLCC.