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Registration now open for our next three webinars

To celebrate Family History Month we are announcing our next three webinars:

  • Blogging for Beginners with DearMYRTLE on Wednesday, October 20, 2010
  • New Family History Technology with Paul Larsen on Wednesday, October 27, 2010
  • Organize, Share, and Publish Your Digital Photos with Heritage Collector Suite with Marlo Schuldt on Wednesday, November 3

Join one or join all three! Registration for every webinar is free and open to anyone. Register at

Blogging for Beginners - Wednesday, October 20, 2010 - 8:00PM Eastern

Myrtnew Step-by-step approach to creating a blog, and making postings using the free service at A great way to share genealogy research, post your society's newsletter, share info with extended family members. The webinar will also feature a survey of sample blogs, and links for additional help.

About the presenter. DearMYRTLE is the nom de plme of Pat Richley, a retired post-secondary computer software instructor. Since 1995, Myrt has provided practical, down-to-earth advice for family historians. She is the author of DearMYRTLE's Joy of Genealogy and numerous magazine and online articles focusing on beginning concepts. Find Myrt online at, and as Clarise Beaumont in Second Life. Myrt is currently working on a blog and a book about her friend Elsie's experiences in the American Red Cross in England, France, and Korea during WWII and in Japan during the Korean conflict.

8:00PM Eastern - 7:00PM Central - 6:00PM Mountain - 5:00PM Pacific


New Family History Technology - Wednesday, October 27, 2010 - 9:00PM Eastern

Paulsmall There are so many new family history tools and web sites…it’s easy to feel somewhat overwhelmed. Here’s a colorful tour of much of the new stuff to make it easier, save you hundreds of hours, and have fun connecting to your ancestors. Learn about the best of the Internet, free websites, and unique resources. Join the author of the book Crash Course in Family History, Paul Larsen, and see what you’re missing!

About the presenter. Paul Larsen brings over 25 years of family history experience and is the author/publisher of the widely-acclaimed book, Crash Course in Family History, now in a new 4th edition...available in both a beautiful printed hardback and in an electronic PDF version. The book is both a comprehensive resource directory and a step-by-step illustrated guidebook with heart-warming stories. He is a popular lecturer at family history conferences, writes family history articles for magazines, and the creator of

9:00PM Eastern - 8:00PM Central - 7:00PM Mountain - 6:00PM Pacific


Organize, Share, and Publish Your Digital Photos with Heritage Collector Suite - Wednesday, November 3, 2010 - 9:00PM Eastern

Marlo Learn about Heritage Collector Suite, the popular Legacy Family Tree add-on program that helps you organize, share, and publish your digital image collections. This 60 minute webinar, taught by the software's developer, Marlo E. Schuldt, will give you an overview of the software and how it can be used in conjunction with Legacy Family Tree. In addition to organizing your digital pictures and creating slideshows, Heritage Collector Suite will create family calendars, photo books, shareable DVDs and more.

About the presenter. Marlo E. Schuldt. President of LifeStory Productions, Inc., an Orem, Utah-based company that develops family history software and provides assistance to individuals desiring to gather, organize, find, prepare, and share family history. With BS and MS degrees from Brigham Young University, he recently received a patent for the Heritage Collector Software. Father of five; grandfather of twelve.

9:00PM Eastern - 8:00PM Central - 7:00PM Mountain - 6:00PM Pacific


How does it work?

After you register you will be sent instructions, including your private link to view the webinar online. You will need to be connected to the Internet (high speed connection recommended) and turn on your speakers. You can also join via telephone to listen to the presentation. Be sure to join about 15 minutes prior to the start time to ensure everything is working correctly. Also be sure to correctly calculate your time zone.

We look forward to seeing you all there!

Other Webinars

Visit for all of our archived and scheduled webinars. Got an idea for a future webinar? Want us to speak to your user group or genealogy society? Let us know.


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Hi there,
I registered for your first webinar upon receipt of the invitation.
All three of the planned webinars appeal to me, so I registered straight away, only to find that the presentation time was in the(very) early morning! I have therefore cancelled my registrations, as I will most probably not be able to attend as I wished to do...

Will they also be (immediately!) available to watch after the event?

Yes, we will record them and publish to

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