So You Think You Know FamilySearch - A Guided Tour (206)
Discover what you don't know about English, Scottish, Irish and Welsh resources at the FamilySearch website with the help of an experienced guide. Barbara Baker has worked in the Family History Library in Salt Lake City for more than 25 years and is an expert in FamilySearch resources. Since its beginning in 1998, FamilySearch.org has been a leading family history website on the Internet. The website provides access to many of the records, indexes and resources available at the Family History Library, which has one of the largest collections of published, microfilmed and digitized British and Irish records in the world. In recent years technological advances have made it possible for you to search and browse formerly inaccessible records, check geography and boundaries and obtain research advice anywhere, anytime. All this information is free to anyone with the knowledge and navigating skills to find it. This class guides you through the highways and byways of FamilySearch.org, offers tips about searching data and using the helps, and brings you to the point where you can say that you really know the FamilySearch website.
- Exploring British and Irish data using the 'Search Records' feature
- Free help, tips and resources for British and Irish research
- The British and Irish collection at the Family History Library
- What's New and What's in the Works
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STUDENTS SAID: "Barbara was so helpful and explained everything in a way which was easy to understand. She was so approachable."
Relevant Countries: England, Wales, Scotland, IrelandCourse Length: 4 weeks
Start Date: 10 Jul 2017
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