You can see my spreadsheet here
NB It is a working document to keep me on track. Tonight I will be filling in the panelists column with the names of those who have RSVP'd to the hangout invitations. These are the people I will invite into the hangout.
If you would like to nominate a time that you will jointo chat with me on the panel please email me email@example.com. If you have a topic for discussion please also let me know. Hopefully I will have some names to fill in gaps with suggested topics.
I am off for a few hours now to see a Grandson swim in our State championships. Hope to hear from you.
In a beaut example of how Google sheets can be used to share information in a community Russ has shared the list with us. You can view it here:
THANK YOU RUSS
Thank you so much for indicating that you might join me for a GeneaGala Hangout for National Family History Month in August.
I am looking forward to the event which seems like months away but, as I have an eight week overseas trip between now and then, the time will surely fly.
If you are already able to commit to a time you can be online and a topic to chat about during the hangout that would assist with my planning. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If August is too far away then please keep the date in your calendar and I will chase you on my return to Australia.
Please let your genimates know about the event.
- University of Technology, SydneyB. A. (Lib Sci)
- University of New EnglandGrad. Dip. Ed.
- University of New South WalesM. Ed.
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