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Last Updated: 31 May 2017
The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Genealogy
Last Updated: 12 July 2018
BCG offers videos of their popular webinar series. Some are free. Most are available to view or purchase for a reasonable fee. Previews and links to all are included.
Last Updated: 4 August 2016
Increase your accuracy and efficiency by learning to follow the Genealogical Proof Standard. Learn and practice this proven methodology to improve your research experience and get results faster.
Last Updated: 3 August 2016
BYU offers free online courses in a variety of classes including Family History/Genealogy. Categories include Introductory, Record Type, and Regional and Ethnic
Last Updated: 29 October 2020
You now need to log in with a free account. Browse hundreds of online genealogy courses to help you discover your family history.
Last Updated: 29 October 2020
Nearly 200 research specific webinars available, with topics from getting started, to organizing, to country research. $$
Last Updated: 29 October 2020
More than 50 insightful self-learning classes.
Last Updated: 4 August 2016
This guide provides an overview of genealogical and other family history resources available at the Archives Service Center and Hillman Library.
Last Updated: 31 March 2017
This guide is intended to assist genealogists in knowing what resources are available in the ISU Library and through the Internet. It also includes some information on genealogy resources at Ames Public Library and the Iowa Genealogical Society Library.
Last Updated: 25 February 2020
News about upcoming hangouts, meetings and webinars offered throughout the online genealogy community.
Last Updated: 4 August 2016
JewishGen offers online interactive courses in Jewish genealogy, to help you organize your information and begin to trace your ancestral roots.
Last Updated: 4 August 2016
Learn genealogy at your own pace with a monthly or annual webinar membership. All live webinars are free to the public. With a webinar membership, you get on-demand access to the entire video archives, and access to the instructors' handouts. Watch via your computer or mobile device. New videos are added monthly at no additional cost.
Last Updated: 4 August 2016
Genealogy Related Articles from Prologue Magazine
Last Updated: 4 August 2016
NGS offers Continuing Genealogical Studies. Each of these self-paced, independent learning courses focuses on subjects that help you further your research. Within each self-graded course are modules providing instruction, examples, web links, assignments, self-correcting quizzes, bibliographies, and glossaries.
Last Updated: 4 August 2016
Developed by the experts at NEHGS, they offer live webinars and online courses, how-to videos, subject guides, downloads, and more. Check back often for updates and new resources. Access the expertise at NEHGS without leaving home!
Last Updated: 4 August 2016
Your link to the past since February 1996! Search for your ancestors in free Ships' Passenger lists, Naturalization Records, Palatine Genealogy, Canadian Genealogy, American Genealogy, Native American Genealogy, Huguenots, Mennonites, Almshouse Records, Orphan Records, church records, military muster rolls, census records, land records and more. An olive tree marks FREE genealogy records.
Last Updated: 25 February 2020
This workbook will show what information you’ll find in passenger arrival lists, how to find them, where to find immigration information when passenger lists aren’t panning out, and tips for plucking your ancestor out of a sea of other immigrants in online databases and microfilmed records. We’ll also provide a chance to practice your passenger-list skills and a worksheet you can use to track your findings and search results.
Last Updated: 25 February 2020
GRIP classes are held in June and July each year at LaRoche College in Pittsburgh, serving a need for in-depth genealogical education in the Mid-Atlantic region and nationally.
Last Updated: 3 August 2016
This guide will help you get started with your research. It will explain step-by-step how to organize your findings; which records to examine first; how to conduct oral histories.
Last Updated: 18 February 2019
The collections of the University of Delaware Library (Morris Library) include materials useful to genealogical and historical researchers. Formats may be online, print, microform, manuscript, or other. Most genealogical materials are located in the following areas: Main Collection Arranged by Library of Congress call numbers. Most of the titles have call numbers shelved on the Third Floor in these call number areas: CS (Genealogy) E (United States History) F (United States Local History)
Last Updated: 25 February 2020
Lisa A. Alzo is a freelance writer, instructor, and internationally recognized lecturer, specializing in Slovak/Eastern European genealogical research, writing your family history, and using the Internet to trace female and immigrant ancestors. She is the author of nine books and numerous magazine articles.
Last Updated: 4 August 2016
Last Updated: 13 February 2019
Last Updated: 13 February 2019
Last Updated: 13 February 2019