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The mission of the Computer Interest Group: To inform and update members as well as the larger genealogical community about the use of technology, especially software computer programs and emerging resources, in genealogical research.
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Copyright 2012-14 Computer Interest Group
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Upcoming Schedule
Location: Denver Public Library, Main Branch
10 W 14th Ave
Denver, CO
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Meetings on the second Monday of the month (except July, August, December)
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Denver Meetings held at Christ the King Lutheran Church
2300 S Patton Ct., Denver, Co
Monday, May 12, 2014..... "Pitfalls of the Internet" by Scott Henke
What about cookies, Spyware, Viruses, Hacking and Identity Theft? (Scott has been featured of Channel 4, Fox 31 News and has taught seniors for 10 years Through Denver Public School's Community School Program. Bring your friends and family to this presentation.)
"Accessing the Records From the Comfort of Your Home"
Monday, June 9th, 2014.....Workshops and Tech Talk.
Saturday, May 17th.....Spring Seminar with Richard and Pamela Sayre
9:30 -4:00 p.m. at the Denver Public Library: Registration Begins at 9:00 a.m.
Topics: Capital Treasure; Mapping for Genealogists; NARA Website and more
Click to Register, $35.00 materials fee
Workshops run simultaneously: Family Tree Maker, Legacy Family Tree, The Master Genealogist, Reunion for Mac and Internet Workshop
Come and meet this powerful team and expand  your searches.
No meetings July, August and December
Judy Russell.. "They are--hands down--the best speakers in the country on mapping and using maps in genealogy and their knowledge of federal records and how to get to them while sitting at home in your bunny slippers can't be beat. Since the changeover in the NARA new Online Public Access search system, getting a guided tour from the experts is about the next best thing to being there."
Thomas MacEntee..."Today's genealogy can often mean moving outside of your comfort zone and outside of the usual boundaries of research and resources. Rick and Pam Sayre are the perfect tour guides for such a journey of discovery. You'll be amazed at how Google Maps and Google Earth can be used as valuable reseach tools. So fasten your seat belts and get ready for your genealogy to zoom!"