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Upcoming APG Webinars & New “Careers” Series!

The following is from the Association of Professional Genealogists. Note that the live-streaming webinars are FREE to anyone.: Mark your calendars! APG has the following webinars and speakers planned for April and May, brought to you by the APG Professional Development Committee. Register soon to reserve your spot. The first webinar is this Thursday! Careers […]

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Free Freedmen’s Bureau Records Webinar May 16, 2014

A new NCGS Webinar has been scheduled for May 16th on www.ncgenealogy.org. The North Carolina Genealogical Society presents Diane L Richards speaking on Freedmen’s Bureau Records. The following notice was sent to me by Maryann Tuck: Are you seeking records for your southern ancestors in the immediate post Civil War time period (1865-1868)? Learn about […]

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Call for Papers for the Florida State Genealogical Society Webinar Series

The following was received from Ann Staley: Webinar presentation proposals are welcome by 1 May 2014 for the Florida State Genealogical Society (FSGS) 2015-2016 “Poolside Chats: A Genealogy Webinar Series“. The webinars are presented to the FSGS membership and to the public on a monthly basis. Among the topics being considered are presentations on Computers/Technology, […]

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Sharing Genealogy Electronically — Webinar

Sharing Genealogy Electronically is a webinar were you will learn about various methods of sharing your genealogy — printed books, print-on-demand publishing, websites, shareable CDs, and more. In this Legacy Family Tree presentation you will learn how to better use Legacy Family Tree for sharing your genealogy. Web seminars, or “Webinars,” have quickly become one […]

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Mapping Software For Genealogists

Web seminars, or “Webinars,” have quickly become one of the most popular ways for professionals and companies to share information with large groups of individuals from across the country, or even around the world, without the high cost of travel. Webinars are just like seminars and among genealogists, Geoff Rasmussen is quite popular. Geoff is […]

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Preserving Family Photographs

In another great webinar from Legacy Family Tree, Maureen Taylor, aka The Photo Detective, presented Preserving Family Photographs. Originally presented on May 4, 2011, Taylor gave background on photography form daguerreotypes to digital imaging, dealing with common dilemmas and  covering “everything a family photographer needs to know about caring for photographs.” Coverage includes “printing and […]

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Dropbox for Genealogists

“Are you familiar with Dropbox – a program that provides 2 gigabytes of online storage for free? Learn how to sign up for Dropbox, install the program and get started ensuring the safety and security of your genealogy research data. Seems too good to be true, right? Two gigabytes of online storage for free? And […]

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Blogging and More Blogging For Beginners

Pat Richley-Erickson, better know by many as DearMyrtle, is a renowned blogger and popular genealogical speaker. She runs a respected genealogy centric blog, is the co-founder of Genea Quilters, and is involved in many other aspects of genealogy, especially on the Internet. Who better to turn to when Legacy Family Tree wanted to do a […]

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Genealogy Writing Boot Camp – from Your Home! Saturday, November 23

The following was written by my friend, Thomas MacEntee. It sounds like a great educational opportunity! Lisa Alzo and Thomas MacEntee Pool Their Talents In Offering a Unique Online Educational Event 14 November 2013 – Chicago, IL. Do you want to write your family history in a compelling format to share with family and friends, […]

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Illinois State Genealogical Society Announces Its 2014 Webinar Lineup

The following excerpt is from the MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2013 Issue of Illinois State Genealogical Society Blog Registration for the 2014 webinars is now open! You’ll find a fantastic lineup of presentations and speakers and we hope you will join us for a wonderful educational experience. The ISGS webinars, which are live lectures/presentations that you […]

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RootsMagic Webinars on CD, Volume 4

First there were two, now there are four. The folks at RootsMagic, one of the most popular genealogy programs on the market, use webinars to prove training and help for their user base. These webinars are available for free online. However, for those with slow or limited Internet connectivity, or who simply prefer to have […]

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RootsMagic Webinars on CD, Volume 3

First there were two, now there are four. The folks at RootsMagic, one of the most popular genealogy programs on the market, use webinars to prove training and help for their user base. These webinars are available for free online. However, for those with slow or limited Internet connectivity, or who simply prefer to have […]

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RootsMagic Webinars on CD, Volume 2

Webinars have become popular among many genealogists. Bloggers, software vendors, professional researchers, and others use webinars to communicate with the genealogy community. Webinars provide interaction with an audience in an engaging manner. One excellent use of such interaction is for training. The folks at RootsMagic, one of the most popular genealogy programs on the market, […]

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RootsMagic Webinars on CD, Volume 1

Webinars have become popular among many genealogists. Bloggers, software vendors, professional researchers, and others use webinars to communicate with the genealogy community. Webinars provide interaction with an audience in an engaging manner. One excellent use of such interaction is for training. The folks at RootsMagic, one of the most popular genealogy programs on the market, […]

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Google For Genealogists – Webinar-on-CD

Popular speaker and creator of GeneaBloggers.com, Thomas MacEntee, has been Legacy Family Tree’s most prolific guest webinar speaker. His presentations are easy going and easy to follow. One of his ever popular presentations was Google for Genealogists, which is available on CD for revisiting at any time. In Google for Genealogists, MacEntee examines the familiar […]

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