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Free Webinar Each Day the Entire Month of April

Free Webinar Each Day the Entire Month of April

Legacy Family Tree Webinars wants to do its part to help genealogists across the world who are self-isolating at home right now. While we can't do your grocery shopping or other practical activities, perhaps a genealogy class each day during the month of April will help as a diversion. 

Each day we'll be unlocking one Legacy Family Tree webinar from the membership library to be available to watch for free. We've chosen the classes around a 7-day rotating theme:

  • Sundays - Methodology
  • Mondays - DNA
  • Tuesdays - Ethnic Genealogy
  • Wednesdays - Technology
  • Thursdays - Around the Globe
  • Fridays - Beginners
  • Saturdays - TechZone

The entire list of webinars follows below both as a daily schedule and category list.

Already a webinar member? You'll continue to receive members-only new content each week. Specifically, look for the new DNA videos from the recent Genetic Genealogy Ireland in-person conference. We've just added "Introducing Y-DNA for autosomal DNA testers" by Donna Rutherford. Enjoy!

Plan to put Legacy Family Tree on your calendar each day in April. Maybe you'll learn a tip or skill that will help you break through your brick wall!

April 2020 Daily Schedule

April 1 - Privacy: How to Protect Your Information Online by Judy Russell

April 2 - Untangle the Web of German Websites by Teresa Steinkamp McMillin

April 3 - Getting Started in Family History - 1- Home Sources by Cheri Hudson Passey

April 4 - Google Alerts: Get Notified of New Content on Google by Thomas MacEntee

April 5 - FAN + GPS + DNA: The Problem-Solver's Great Trifecta by Elizabeth Shown Mills

April 6 - Case Studies in Gray: Identifying Shared Ancestries Through DNA and Genealogy by Nicka Smith

April 7 - Jewish Genealogy's Other Side: Sephardic Research by Schelly Talalay Dardashti

April 8 - Crowdsourcing with Social Media to Overcome Brick Walls in Genealogy Research by Amie Bowswer Tennant

April 9 - Introduction to French-Canadian Research by Michael Leclerc

April 10 - Genealogy 101, a 3-Session Course in Beginning Genealogy - Part 1 by Peggy Lauritzen

April 11 - What Is DNA Segment Data? by Michelle Leonard

April 12 - Transcribing Documents: There is More Than Meets the Eye! by LaBrenda Garrett-Nelson

April 13 - Reconstructing Your Genetic Family Tree by Blaine Bettinger

April 14 - Confirming Enslaved Ancestors Utilizing DNA by Melvin Collier

April 15 - Organize Your Online Life by Lisa Louise Cooke

April 16 - Foundations of Irish Genealogy 1 of 6: The Raw Materials of Irish Genealogy by John Grenham

April 17 - Genealogy for Novices: Where Do We Begin? by Linda Woodward Geiger

April 18 - 5 ways to make things on your screen larger by Geoff Rasmussen

April 19 - Marriages Here, There, and Nowhere: Finding Gretna Greens and Borders by J. Mark Lowe

April 20 - Combining DNA and Traditional Research - In-Depth Case Studies by Michelle Leonard

April 21 - Documenting Native American Families in 19th and 20th Century Records by Angela Walton-Raji

April 22 - Spreadsheets 101 - Excel-lence in Genealogy by Mary Kircher Roddy

April 23 - Polled! Finding your Ancestors in New South Wales Colonial Muster and Census Returns by Carol Baxter

April 24 - Ten Brick Wall Tips for Beginners by Marian Pierre-Louis

April 25 - Using Snag-It to Annotate a Screenshot by Cari Taplin

April 26 - The Five-story Fall: Correlating Indirect and Direct Evidence to Extend the Pedigree by Debra Mieszala

April 27 - Organizing Your DNA Results (updated!) by Diahan Southard

April 28 - An Introduction to Spanish Surnames by Daniel Smith-Ramos

April 29 - Photography for Genealogy by Nicka Smith

April 30 - Finding Your 17th Century Ancestors in England by Paul Milner

April 2020 Schedule by Category

Sundays - Methodology

Mondays - DNA

Tuesdays - Ethnic Genealogy

Wednesdays - Technology

Thursdays - Around the Globe

Fridays - Beginners

Saturdays - TechZone

 

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Thank you for this wonderful selection. What time are the webinars? Will they also be archived? ((in case our busy schedules are conflicts)).

You all are very generous!! This is a great way to help people realize how useful/practical and exciting webinars can be!! I'm already a member, but several of these I've missed, so this list is a good reminder for me. Cheers from sun/cloud coldish Vancouver BC Canada.

Trudy - the free webinars are webinars from the member library that are being unlocked so they are not shown live now.

I love this! Thank you, I am learning so much!

Thank you for doing this. Some of the webinars I have missed before (due to not having internet access) are on the list. Yay! However, it would have been nice for Legacy News to have told us before April 1 so that we didn't miss the first few days. Oh well.

Thanks so much for this!! I'm registered for many free webinars through the end of the year, but it appears most of these are additional ones.

What a treat but as one person indicated it would have been nice to know this ahead of time as it is April 6 so lost six days as this supposedly started April 1.

Hi Elaine - you might follow the Legacy Family Tree Facebook group at either https://www.facebook.com/groups/LegacyUserGroup or https://www.facebook.com/LegacyFamilyTree/ where, and this blog at http://news.legacyfamilytree.com where we post things immediately. Because of email transmission times, receiving the email the day it is sent by us is sometimes not possible. Hopefully you'll still be able to enjoy the rest of the month.

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