Elizabeth O’Neal’s Genealogy Blog Party is celebrating Family History Month.
Genealogy education is so important and one positive effect of this horrid pandemic is the proliferation of opportunities to learn about so many different genealogy topics for free.
Yes, there are tons of webinars out there – I’ve watched at least a couple hundred in the past year and a half and that’s not even counting the virtual conferences.
However, there is another source of genealogy education that I think is way under used – YouTube channels.
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If you’ve never watched a genealogy channel or listened to a podcast, here are several suggestions to get you started, in ABC order as to not play favorites:
BYU Family History Library
Cheri Hudson Passey
DNA Family Trees
Family History Fanatics
Genealogy Software Showcase
Lisa Louise Cooke
Maureen Taylor: The Photo Detective
Research Like a Pro
The Genealogy Guys
Most of these shows have subscription buttons and they post new episodes regularly. Just visit YouTube and enter the title in the search field.
This is an excellent way to develop your sleuthing skills and to stay on top of news in the genealogy world.
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Thanks Linda! Yes, I too have watched 100’s of webinars/presentations/lectures/classes since Covid hit, the silver lining of everything being virtual! 😉
Before Covid/everything being virtual, I only had time to watch a few or so a year. 😉
Thanks for the list of channels too! 🙂