Thursday, September 19, 2013

Family Tree Webinars Offers Free Viewing for Limited Time

Legacy's Family Tree Webinars offers free viewing of some of their archived Webinars indefinitely, and for a limited time for all of the others, usually for one week after their live broadcast.

Because Geoff Rasmussen, and about 300 of his friends and fans, are going on the 10th Annual Legacy Family Tree cruise on the Celebrity Millennium (leaving Sunday from San Diego, and arriving in Fort Lauderdale on Monday, 7 October), they are offering free viewing to three of the archived webinars starring three of the speakers on the cruise.  Here are the three free webinars and their "expiration" dates:

*  Reverse Genealogy: Finding the Living by Megan Smolenyak, available free through September 26, 2013

*  Pre-1850 U.S. Research Methodologies by Karen Clifford, available free through October 3, 2013

*  The 5 C's for Success in Genealogy Today by Barbara Renick, available free through October 10, 2013

If you missed seeing these webinars, or if you want to refresh your memory of the material, please go watch them for FREE by the noted deadlines.

I checked the cruise schedule of speakers and topics, and those three are not being presented on the cruise.  I know that I've seen Barbara's presentation live.  I plan to see Karen's talk on Saturday at the San Diego Genealogical Society fall seminar, but I missed Megan's webinar, so I will go watch that today as I prepare to pack for the cruise.  Yes, my wife and I are cruising with Geoff and his other 298 friends and fans, and it should be a lot of genealogy fun, not to mention education.

Family Tree Webinars offers a monthly or yearly subscription to watch any of their webinars at any time, which includes the syllabus material.  There are over 190 hours of educational material by well-known presenters in the webinar archives.   This is equivalent to about seven 3-day national or regional conferences, all from the comfort of your own genealogy cave.

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