8432 Strider Dr
Charlotte, NC 28212
Specializing in the use of computers and the internet for genealogical research, following industry-accepted standards and principles. (Relatively Curious Internet Genealogy Toolbar - http://relativelycurious.ourtoolbar.com)
Cool Tools for your Computer to Enhance Your Online Research
Have You Really Looked Everywhere? A Survey of Internet Resources for Genealogical Research
Where Are MY Family Stories? Finding Your Family Stories in Print - Books, Journals and Newspapers
Finding Hidden Treasure in Libraries & Archives Online
The Last Word - Finding and Using Obituaries In Your Research
Avatars, Tweets & Blogs, Oh My! Social Networking for Genealogists
Giving Back, Paying Forward - Genealogical Volunteerism
Using Search Engines Effectively for Genealogical Research
The Godfrey Library's Online Resources
February 2011, RootsTech, Salt Lake City - 2 presentations
November 2010, Atlanta Family History Expo - 6 presentations
October 2010, Great Family Search Conference, Plano Texas - 3 presentations
July 2010, Kansas City Family History Expo - 3 presentations
June 2010, Southern California Jamboree - Second Life Genealogy - Roundtable discussions and Workshop
April 2010, BYU Conference on Computerized Genealogy - 4 presentations
April 2010, Hot Springs Village Genealogical Society & Akansas DAR, 40th anniversary celebration - Internet Genealogy Workshop. Featured speaker, four presentations
March 2010, East Texas Genealogical Society & Tyler FHC, demonstration, Virtual World Researching
November 2009, Greenville Public Library presentation
October 2007, 2008, & 2009, "Great Family Search" Conference, Plano, TX. Three presentations.
October 2009, Waxahachie Genealogical Society General Meeting, speaker
May 2009, Richardson Family History Center, Staff Training, speaker
May 2009, Rockwall Genealogical Society General Meeting, speaker.
April 2009, Collin County Genealogical Society Internet Genealogy Workshop, Plano, TX, afternoon speaker.
April 2009, East TX Genealogical Society & Tyler Family History Center 9th Annual Family History Fair afternoon session speaker.
April 2009, Dallas Genealogical Society General Meeting, speaker
March 2009, Mesquite Historical & Genealogical Society General Meeting, speaker
January 2009, Plano Family History Center, Staff Training, guest speaker
April 2008, Collin County Genealogical Society Internet Genealogy Workshop, Plano, TX.
Tami Glatz is a lecturer, author and researcher, specializing in the use of computers and the internet for genealogical research, following industry-accepted standards and principles. She is the president of the SL chapter of the Association of Professional Genealogists, which meets in the virtual world Second Life. Tami is the creator of the Relatively Curious Internet Genealogy Toolbar, a free downloadable toolbar with hundreds of great genealogy websites (http://relativelycurious.ourtoolbar.com).