Published by Sourceline: The Learning Curve – Learn about Genealogy

One of the best things about genealogy is the many opportunities to learn. Workshops, magazines, blogs, conferences and even Facebook pages/groups. Whether you are a beginner, a seasoned researcher or a professional, there are always learning opportunities available. If you are looking for webinars, Legacy Family Tree has a listing here:http://familytreewebinars.com/upcoming-webinars.php Family Tree University has […]

https://rsourceline.wordpress.com/2015/07/29/the-learning-curve-learn-about-genealogy/

Published by LegacyFamilyTree: Mending Broken Ties: Reconstructing Family Trees Sawed by Slavery – free webinar by Melvin Collier now online for limited time

“We are on our ancestors’s time” is how Melvin Collier summed up his inspiring webinar today. It has been 150 years since the beginning of freedom for all Americans. We are celebrating by hosting the Freedom Webinar Series. Today’s webinar, the third in the series, was presented by author and researcher, Melvin J. Collier. Its…

http://news.legacyfamilytree.com/legacy_news/2015/07/mending-broken-ties-reconstructing-family-trees-sawed-by-slavery-free-webinar-by-melvin-collier-now-.html

Published by FamilySearch Blog: Find Out What it Takes to Becoming an Accredited Genealogist

What does it take to become an accredited genealogist? Why even bother to do it? Danielle Batson provided each person in her well attended session with an excellent high level overview of the pros and cons of being an accredited genealogist and what it takes to get there. Her Tuesday morning session at the BYU…

https://familysearch.org/blog/en/find-takes-accredited-genealogist/

Published by StumblingPast: Women and History at the #OzHA2015 History Conference

The history profession in Australia appears to be a healthy profession for women judging from the proceedings of the annual conference of the Australian Historical Association held in Sydney this week. The prominent keynote sessions were dominated by women and …

https://stumblingpast.wordpress.com/2015/07/13/women-history-at-ozha2015/

Published by FamilySearch Blog: July 21, 2015—Teach Yourself and Others: New Online Training Now Available

Several new classes have been added to the FamilySearch Learning Center. These new classes include: Danish Research England Research South African Research Spain, Latin America, Mexico ResearchSwedish Research Various Other Research-related Content Below are links to the full classes or webinars found on the FamilySearch website. To access a class, click on the title of…

https://familysearch.org/blog/en/july-21-2015teach-online-training/

Published by Dick Eastman: If You Want to Attend the New York State Family History Conference, the Time to Buy a Ticket is NOW!

The following announcement was written by the New York State Family History Conference. Notice the words “is approaching “sold out” status.” The New York State Family History Conference, scheduled for September 17–19 in Syracuse, New York, in partnership with the Federation of Genealogical Societies, is approaching “sold out” status. “The idea of the conference,” said…

http://blog.eogn.com/2015/07/22/if-you-want-to-attend-the-new-york-state-family-history-conference-the-time-to-buy-a-ticket-is-now/

Published by TheLegalGenealogist: Brothers versus sisters

Test them all! The one thing that is abundantly clear is that understanding DNA testing and the way it can be used in genealogy is tough stuff. We have to understand what kinds of DNA tests there are. We have to understand what those tests can and can’t show. And we have to understand who…

http://www.legalgenealogist.com/blog/2015/07/19/brothers-versus-sisters/

Published by DearMyrtle Blog: Just in time! Genealogy education events this coming week

DearREADERS,Thanks to the centralized calendar at GeneaWebinars.com, genealogists interested in learning more about our craft may register for these online seminars coming up this week. Be sure to verify the time in your neck of the woods. If you need a time zone converter see: http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.htmlThis centralized calendar provides information about how to attend genealogy-related online meetings,…

http://blog.dearmyrtle.com/2015/07/just-in-time-genealogy-education-events.html

Published by Ancestry.com Blog: Ask Ancestry Anne: How Do I Find Trees?

Question: Are there any plans to update searching for specific public trees? —PhyllisAnswer: Last month I answered a question about using and trusting other trees you find on Ancestry, which led to a lively debate to say the least!   And I’d like to suggest another article that might shed some more light on the subject: Perils…

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Published by Dick Eastman: Why Was the Information Removed from Online?

A newsletter reader sent an email to me today expressing dissatisfaction that a set of images of vital records has been removed from a popular genealogy site. Indeed, removal of any online records of genealogical value is sad, but not unusual. Changes such as these are quite common on FamilySearch, MyHeritage, Ancestry.com, Fold3, FindMyPast, and…

http://blog.eogn.com/2015/07/02/why-was-the-information-removed-from-online/