Using Evernote for Genealogy

Using Evernote for Genealogy


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by Lisa Louise Cooke

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Using Evernote for Genealogy


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You can remember everything in your genealogy research with Evernote, because it puts all your notes at your fingertips. In addition to superfast and easy note taking and retrieval, you'll learn how to clip items from the Internet (rather than saving bulky web pages!), use OCR technology to search your digitized documents like newspaper articles, and tap into the best apps that help Evernote work even harder for you. Evernote harnesses the power of the Cloud to allow you to work across all your platforms (including your iPad and smart phone)  Best of all, it's free!


 
 

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Presenter: Lisa Louise Cooke

Lisa Louise Cooke is the producer of the Genealogy Gems Podcast, the popular and long-running genealogy podcast which has been downloaded over 3 million times! The podcast is available at www.GenealogyGems.com, the Genealogy Gems app and all major podcast streaming services. Lisa also hosts the YouTube Live video series Elevenses with Lisa at the award-winning Genealogy Gems YouTube channel. A sought after international and keynote genealogy speaker, she makes genealogy education fun and inspiring whether in person or online. Lisa is the author of four books: The Genealogist's Google Toolbox Third Edition, Mobile Genealogy, How to Find Your Family History in Newspapers, and Genealogy Gems. Other works include the popular Evernote for Genealogists quick reference guide, and the video tutorial series Google Earth for Genealogy. She also produces The Family Tree Magazine Podcast, writes the Lisa's Picks column for the magazine, and is an instructor and curriculum developer for Family Tree University.  

Lisa Louise Cooke