Virtual Genealogy Drop-In
Assuming the Internet gods smile on us, we’ll be joined this week by Glenn Wright and John D Reid who will help answer your questions. Glenn had a long career as an archivist and has a special interest in Canadians who served in the Great War. John is probably best know for his blog `Canada’s Anglo-Celtic Connections’ and his interest in using newspapers fro genealogical research.
In order to do our bit for social distancing and to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus, Ottawa Branch and the Ottawa Public Library have temporarily switched over to a Virtual Genealogy Drop In. Share research strategies & discover what resources are available for your research. Volunteers from The Ontario Genealogical Society will be here to answer questions & help you get the most from on-line resources.
We will use Google Meet and you can join the meeting with this link:
You do NOT need a Google account but will be asked for a name. To listen only, you do not need a microphone or a camera. In fact, you are encouraged to turn your camera off (thanks) and also leave your microphone muted until you are called upon. Google Meet has been successfully tested with Firefox, Chrome and the newest Edge browsers in Windows 10. There are also apps for Android, iPad and iPhone.
If you are unfamiliar with the software, please join the meeting early in order to sort out any technical issues. If you need help joining, send an e-mail to email@example.com.