Thursday, August 4, 2011

FamilySearch YouTube Channel

I received a news release from FamilySearch the other day about the FamilySearch YouTube channel:

We're pleased to announce the launch of our updated FamilySearch YouTube channel, Thursday, Aug. 4th. Over the past few months, we have been creating video content to reach a variety of audiences throughout the genealogy world.  
The playlists include:
•   Genealogy in 5 Minutes – a 24-episode series offering an overview of how-to’s, best practices, and helpful hints for doing genealogy. 
•   Woven Generations – an inspirational series about the benefits and success stories of genealogy work.
•   Genealogy Fun – a fun video series highlighting the lighter side of genealogy.
•   Societies and Archives – a video series highlighting genealogical societies & archives.
•   Genealogy News & Events – What’s going on the genealogy world? 
•   Family History: Getting Started – a training video series for using FamilySearch.
•  “How-to’s” from the Experts – a series of interview clips with best practices for finding your ancestors.
There are 26 videos currently on the FamilySearch YouTube Channel. 
There are, of course, over 160 online videos and tutorials on the FamilySearch Research Courses webpage. 

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