The Genealogy Round Table provides a forum serving the interests of genealogists and of librarians whose work is in, or related to, the field of genealogy. Its objective is to train and assist librarians who provide service to genealogists.
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Watch the recording of our 11/2/20 meeting here. Password: 4!xWe*+X
Jonathan Webb Deiss presents on the organization Reclaim the Records in this webinar from September 28, 2020.
To search through the records that they have reclaimed, go to Internet Archive and search for “Reclaim the Records” in the description field. Or go directly here.
Free Webinar Series for Genealogy Librarians
There is a free series of 12 webinars for Genealogy Librarian Education. Sign up here.
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Religion & Family History Reference Supervisor
Germanic and European Languages Cataloging Specialist
Member at Large
Special Collections Curator
Southern Utah University
Member at Large (Past GENRT Chair)
Family History, Local History, and Microforms Librarian
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ULA 2020 Cancelled
GENRT Activities at ULA 2019
At the ULA 2019 Annual Conference GENRT participated in these activities:
- Ate Thursday lunch at the GENRT Table
- Visited at the Annual Networking Social and Silent Auction
- Attended some great sessions related to genealogy and local history:
- In Libraries We Trust: The Role of Libraries in the 2020 Census
- Religious Diversity in Salt Lake City: Historical and Contemporary Photographs at the University of Utah
- Solving Family and Local History Mysteries Using Utah Digital Newspapers
- GENRT sponsored the following programs and events at the ULA 2018 Conference, May 16-18:
- GENRT Reserved Table at Thursday Lunch
- Hot Type: Utah Digital Newspapers, Tina Kirkham, Jeremy Myntti
- ULA General Social, Genealogy Round Table booth
- Building Creative Communities: How Small and Rural Libraries Can Contribute to Economic Development and Civic Pride Across Utah, Juan Tomás Lee Morales, Kerri Nakamura, Natalie Peterson, Roger Roper
- The FamilySearch Microfilm to Digital Transition, Joe Everett
- Exhibiting Local Collections Online: from Mothballs to Exhibition, Ray Matthews, Jen Hughes, Alison Gardner, James Kichas, Kinza Masood, Sam Passey
- Maps, Websites, and Apps, Ryan Combs, David Taylor, Tyson Thorpe
Webinar on Library of Congress Resources
GENRT sponsored the webinar “Hidden Genealogical Treasures in the Library of Congress” on September 7, 2017.