Tuesday, July 01, 2008

Service Opportunties: Family History and Spanish Indexing

I was just perusing Mormon Times and saw these two opportunities. One is to help with family history work at the BYU library and the other is to help do indexing in Spanish (they have processed 72 million family history names, but haven't had the response that they had hoped for to help get them entered). If you haven't signed up for indexing, it's easy! And it's the kind of service you can do in spurts. All you need is an internet connection and a computer.

Sooo, if you live in (or can easily travel to) Utah county and have 8 hours a week to spare, or especially if you can read Spanish, your help is really needed!

2 comments:

Ginny said...

You can do the indexing from home on your computer...no matter where you live!

m&m said...

Thanks for reiterating that, Ginny. I didn't make it very clear. The family history library opportunity is only obviously for those who can physically be at the library, but anyone anywhere in the world with a computer and internet connection can do indexing. :)