The Family History Library has announced their free classes and webinars for April. Taught by library specialists, they include sessions for beginner to intermediate level researchers. Follow this link for details on the April Classes and Webinars.
The Southern California Genealogical Society’s Jamboree Extension Series Webinars offer twice-monthly webinars featuring knowledgeable and highly respected genealogical speakers.The initial webcast is offered free of charge to anyone. SCGS members have access to archived broadcasts.
Visit SCGS Webinars for schedule and registration details.
The world reknowned Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah, has announced its line up of free, live webinars and classes in January 2017. Classes offered online are noted as “Webinars”. Webinar attendees just need to click on the link next to the class title to attend the online class on the scheduled date and time. Those attending the Library in-person just need to go to the room noted. Attend with family and friends. All times are in Mountain Standard Time (MST). No registration is required.
View the list of webinars at the Family History Library page.
Surnames tell a fascinating story about our ancestors’ past. From origin to meaning, migration to frequency, come learn how to find and include that story in your own family history.
Tessa Keough is a genealogist in transition (not her day job). She works on her own family history and special projects. These include a one-place study in Newfoundland, a one-name study of the Keough surname, a Google+ community (Legacy Virtual Users’ Group), and a YouTube channel (TessaWatch). Tessa blogs at The Keough Corner and Scandia Musings. She contributes to Worldwide Genealogy and the May I Introduce To You feature at Geneabloggers.
The seminar begins at 6:00pm Pacific time – 9:00pm Eastern.
Details and registration at Southern California Genealogical Society: Current Webinar Series
The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Historical Research Branch offers several webinars for beginner and advanced researchers. They are an easy and free way to learn about the USCIS history, library, and genealogy programs and services from agency historians, librarians and program representatives. We invite you to view our upcoming schedule below.
Source: Webinars | USCIS
Over at Rootdig you’ll find a list of fascinating webinars scheduled for April. Here’s a sneak preview:
- Using Fold3 – April 2nd beginning at 12:00 pm EDT.
- Using AmericanAncestors.org – April 2nd beginning at 3:00pm EDT.
- Getting More from Ancestry.com – April 3rd beginning at 3:00pm EDT.
- Determining Your Ancestor’s Migration Trail – April 3rd beginning at 6:00pm EDT.
- Creating Color Charts and Citing Images – April 5th beginning at 8:00pm EDT.
- Searching and Using Bureau of Land Management Patents – April 7th beginning at 8:00 EDT.
Visit Rootdig.com for registration information.