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  • November 08, 2022 12:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Welcome to JGSCO's new website! Members can log in by clicking the orange face button at upper right on this page. If you don't know your password, then go to the Log In page and select the "Forgot Password" link at middle right of the page. To see what's available on our site, be sure to look at the Site Map [menu path: Site > Site Map], which will show more content if you're logged in than if you're not. Also, be sure to check out the Site Announcements and Tips blog [menu path: Site > Site Announcements and Tips], where you'll find (hopefully) useful information to help you get the most out of your new site.

    Please refer to the following graphic, which explains how to log into the site for the first time.


    If you would like to review the official instructional material then be sure to visit https://gethelp.wildapricot.com/en/articles/119-new-member-guide.

    One last thing: if you happen to see any typos or errors on the site, please let me know.

  • September 13, 2022 10:22 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The recording of Galicia Basics: What Every Galitzianer Needs to Know with Renee Stern Steinig presented 11 September 2022 is available. After logging in, you can find it on the JGSCO Events page. Scroll down to the Past Events section. (If you don't log in then you won't see past events.)

  • August 10, 2022 8:11 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The recordings for parts 1 and 2 of "Intro to Jewish Genealogy" with Mark Fearer, presented 1 Aug 2022 and 8 Aug 2022, respectively, are available. Handouts and chat transcripts are also available. After logging in, you can find it on the JGSCO Events page. Scroll down to the Past Events section. (If you don't log in then you won't see past events.)

  • May 17, 2022 1:29 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The recording for How to use the "Forverts" (Jewish Daily Forward) for Genealogy Research with Michael Morgenstern, presented 15 May 2022, is available now. After logging in, you can find it on the JGSCO Events page. Scroll down to the Past Events section. (If you don't log in then you won't see past events.)

  • April 24, 2022 8:04 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Did you know JGSCO has a chart that shows which free genealogy resources are available per library district in the Denver area? Be sure to check out the updated chart at Research >Free Library Resources. You must be signed in to access this page.,

  • April 11, 2022 4:12 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The recording for Patronymic Naming and the Genealogical Value of Jewish Cemetery Research, presented 10 April 2022 by Nolan Altman, is available now. After logging in, you can find it on the JGSCO Events page. Scroll down to the Past Events section. (If you don't log in then you won't see past events.)

  • March 14, 2022 5:21 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The recording for Keeping Jewish Heritage in Public Hands through Cooperation, presented 13 March 2022 by Mattan Segev-Frank and Dr. Yoel Finkelman, is available now. After logging in, you can find it on the JGSCO Events page. Scroll down to the Past Events section. (If you don't log in then you won't see past events.)

  • February 21, 2022 4:34 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The recording for Belarus: History of the Jewish community and current research opportunities, presented 20 February 2022 by Yuri Dorn, is available now. After logging in, you can find it on the JGSCO Events page. Scroll down to the Past Events section. (If you don't log in then you won't see past events.)

  • January 28, 2022 2:43 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The recording for Preserving Holocaust History, presented 1/23/22, is available now. After logging in, you can find it on the JGSCO Events page. Scroll down to the Past Events section. (If you don't log in then you won't see past events.)

  • December 27, 2021 5:09 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Before a meeting occurs: Handout(s) will be available to anyone who registers. They will be emailed to registrants along with a Zoom link before the meeting, if applicable, as inclusions to reminder emails. Prior to meetings, handouts are not typically available online.

    After a meeting occurs: The website saves the meeting's original announcement and associates it with the meeting's original date. Handout(s) can be accessed by going to the meeting's announcement and clicking on link(s) provided. If we recorded a meeting then you can access the recording in the same way as the handout(s) and same with chat. Please look for handouts, etc. a few days after the meeting.

    If the handout(s) and / or recording are available for only a limited time then there will be a note by the link(s) noting this. Access to these resources will be available to only members who are logged into the website. Also, the event's title will be modified slightly to tell you if handout(s) and/or recording are available --- look for [H], [R], or [H,R] before the event's name, respectively.

    How to locate a past meeting's handout(s) and recording:

    There are two ways to locate prior events. Both require you to log into the website and go to the JGSCO Events menu page. 1) There is long list of past events on the same web page as the current event and below it. 2) You can search by date using the Events calendar. Once on this page:

    1. On the right-hand side, select Switch to Calendar View
    2. You will be taken to the current month's view of JGSCO's calendar. At this point, you have three choices: a) selecting Switch to List View at right shows you a list of all events we could locate back to JGSCO's founding, or b) switch to Year view at left, which shows a list per month, or c) scroll through previous months' calendars to locate an event. [Personally, I prefer option b, but try all the options to see what works best for you.)

    Here is a sample event with handouts available:

    REMINDER: the recordings are large files and may take some time to download to your device.

    More tips like this can be found online after logging in by going to Site > Site Announcements and Tips

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