789 Yonge St
Toronto, ON M4W 2G8
This course is jointly sponsored by the Humanities and Social Sciences Department at the Toronto Reference Library, and the Toronto Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society.
The course will be on three Thursdays: April 20, 27, and May 4, 2017
Registration is required. Registration is now open.
Description: This course is hands-on and you will be actively using your iPad or iPhone for the classes. The course will help you to use your iPad and iPhone specifically to further your Genealogy. You will learn how to use the Apps and programs which work best to find and capture information, pictures, records and even audio, how best to organize and enhance that information and then how to share it with others. You will also learn tips for using your devices themselves. Learn to make these powerful tools work for you in your genealogy!
Course Leader: Carol Nichols
Carol Nichols was born in Toronto and raised her three children here. She worked as a teacher in Scarborough and with the Toronto District School Board where she developed an interest in working with children with special needs and especially in adapting curriculum and technology to help students learn.
She has explored her family history in Canada and visited England, Ireland and Scotland, meeting family and learning about their history. She has enjoyed photography as a way to learn about and share that history and written about the family story for her wider family.
As a member of the Ontario Genealogical Society, Toronto Branch she has made many presentations and given many courses. She has also presented for the Toronto Public Library. She enjoys helping others become enthusiastic and knowledgeable about how to search effectively for their family history.
HOW TO GET TO THE COURSE LOCATION
The Toronto Reference Library building is on the east side of Yonge Street, one block north of Bloor Street.
By public transit:
The closest TTC subway station is Bloor/Yonge.
It is not recommended to drive to the Library. Parking in the immediate area is extremely limited.
The Toronto Reference Library building is wheelchair accessible. For more information about our policies on accessibility, visit our policies page.
For assistance with a specific accommodation request, please send an email message to email@example.com.