A press release from FamilySearch: Continue your genealogy education!

13 January 2011

Join Us January 18th for FamilySearch’s January 2011 Bloginar/News Webinar Online!

Mark your calendars! This free, informational bloginar will cover the latest FamilySearch news and FamilySearch’s plans to grow the volume and diversity of online training material for family historians. Included will be a demonstration of the latest training content additions and an in-depth discussion of future plans for research curricula/courses at FamilySearch.org. Participants will be able see the demonstrations on their computers over the internet and interact with presenters by phone or a live, e-text/chat forum (See below for registration/login details).

Who Should Attend? Any news writer, genealogy media professional or blogger, and reference consultants interested in the latest FamilySearch updates or current developments.

When:                  Tuesday, January 18, 2011

1:00 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. MST

Where:                Online


1 p.m.  Welcome. FamilySearch Bloginar/News Webinar Overview

1:05     Summary of latest collection updates

Indexing milestone(s)

1:10     RootsTech 2011 Update: Overview of Scheduled Open Panels and Discussions (Gordon Clarke)

1:20     FamilySearch Research Courses Online

·   90 day outlook of upcoming developments

·   New webinars and podcasts offerings

·   Big picture of research curricula coming online

·   Community involvement and training recording services

2:00     Remaining Questions and Answers

2:15     Hard stop

Subscribe/Login Instructions:

Meeting Name: FamilySearch January 2011 Bloginar

When: 01/18/2011, 1:00 PM – 2:15 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)

Conference Phone Number(s):

International Toll:  1-719-867-0075
US/CAN Toll Free:  1-800-591-2259

Participant Passcode: 948178

To join the meeting online: http://ldschurch1.na5.acrobat.com/bloginar201101/

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Writer for 30 years. Genealogy a hobby for about 40 years. Yes, I'm in my 50's, I learned about genealogy at my mother's knee!
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