About the Family History Computer Lab
The Family History Lab, located in 1031C of the JFSB, is a workshop lab for Religion 261 students. Workshops are taught for six weeks during the first half of the semester. After the workshops are completed, the lab is available all day as an open and help lab for students to ask the Lab TAs questions.
You can reach the Computer Lab in the following ways:
Please do not call while workshops are in session. Refer to the lab schedule below.
To chat with a lab assistant during lab hours, email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|10:00||Open Lab||Open Lab||Open Lab||Open Lab||Open Lab||Closed|
|11:00||Workshop||Devotional||Open Lab||Closed||Open Lab||Closed|
|12:00||Open Lab||Open Lab||Workshop||Open Lab||Open Lab||Closed|
|1:00||Workshop||Workshop||Open Lab||Workshop||Open Lab||Closed|
|2:00||Open Lab||Open Lab||Workshop||Open Lab||Closed||Closed|
|3:00||Open Lab||Workshop||Open Lab||Open Lab||Closed||Closed|
Exceptions to the regular schedule:
The lab will be closed Presidents Day (February 19), RootsTech (March 3), Spring Day (March 16), General Conference (March 31), and Exam Preparation (April 19).
|May 9–10||Workshop 1||Family Tree|
|May 14–15||Workshop 2||RootsMagic and Case Study|
|May 16–17||Workshop 3||FamilySearch--Records, Wiki, Catalog, etc.|
|May 21–22||Workshop 4||Large Online Databases|
|May 23–24||Workshop 5||Small, Topic-Specific Databases|
|May 29–30||Workshop 6||Indexing|
|Overall U.S. & U.K.||Southern U.S.||U.S.||Chicago & Poland||U.S.||France & Italy|