Free webinar “Searching Your Jewish Heritage Roots”
Invitation from Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Miami
Workshop at Temple Beth Am library Pinecrest Florida
Description: Free webinar “Searching Your Jewish Heritage Roots”
Have you ever asked yourself: How do I start my family history research?
Where do I find and save the information? How the technology can help me?
How do I share my research with my children and grandchildren?
You will learn about the origins of Family History, the main repositories
for information and the special places and cases for Jewish Genealogy. This
program will illustrate the methodology and procedures to perform a
genealogy research covering the basic subjects that must include and the
activities needed to collect information from and about family members:
Build a family tree, interview relatives, analyze sources, record all the
facts and involve other family members by sharing your discoveries. Daniel
Horowitz will show you how to start your genealogy with a different
perspective, not only more exciting, but also taking advantage of the latest
technologies and creative tools available to advance your research.
Daniel Horowitz was born in Venezuela, (1971). Has a B.Sc. in computer
engineering (2002), a Specialization in education (1994) & Management of
Educational Institutions (2004). Daniel was the teacher and study-guide
editor for over 15 years, of the family history project “Searching for My
Roots” in Venezuela, where his work received many awards worldwide.
In Israel since 2005, Daniel is today the MyHeritage Chief Genealogist,
Daniel holds board level positions in a few genealogical societies, he has a
deep understanding of the needs of today’s family history enthusiasts.
This webinar will be broadcast from the Library at Temple Beth Am in Miami,
FL, USA. in cooperation with JGS of Greater Miami
Date: Sunday, November 24, 2013
Time: 10:00 AM – EST
If you would like to virtually attend please reserve your please now at:
Space is limited.
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