Update on FamilySearch Webinars

We’ve talked about this before but thought we needed to do an update.

Spring is in the air – which in Alberta means snow for areas just north of Edmonton, and the end of over 40 years of conservative party rule in the provincial legislature.  Our local Family History classes have been suspended for the summer, but family history should continue . . . .  Why not try a free online webinar from FamilySearch?

Go to FamilySearch.org , then go under the search menu and select Wiki.  Enter the search term Online Webinars and you see links to articles from 4 research teams:  Latin America, British Isles, International and Scandinavian, and United States/Canada.  When you follow any of these links look for 3 things:  1.  A list of upcoming webinars, 2.  Information on the new webinar platform in use since February 2015 – now using WebEx, and 3.  Links to handouts and past webinars – what a great resource!

Here are upcoming webinars:

Latin America

British Isles

May (Scotland Intermediate Research Series)  – the beginner series and handouts from April are also available.

  • Mon May 18th @ 1pm- Scotland Emigration
  • Tues May 19th @ 1pm- Scotland Probate Records
  • Wed May 20th @ 1pm- Scotland Poor Law Records
  • Thurs May 21st @ 1pm- Scotland Land Records
  • Fri May 22nd @ 1pm- Scotland Naming Patterns & Clans

July (Wales Research Series) – no dates and times yet

  • Welsh Naming Patterns
  • Improving Your Welsh Research by Using Place Names and Gazetteers
  • Wales Research Online
  • Church of Wales & Non-Conformist Church Records
  • Wales Probate Records

International and Scandinavian

Don’t forget to scroll down on this article for a very lengthy list of past webinars and handouts for 8 countries – Danish researchers look especially fortunate!

May

June

United States/Canada

No sign of past webinars here but some handouts

May 2015

June 2015

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