Wednesday, February 7, 2024

Genealogy Education Bytes - Week of 1 to 7 February 2024

  Welcome to Genealogy Education Bytes, posted on Wednesday afternoon for the past week, where we try to highlight the most important genealogy and family history education items that came across our desktop since the last issue.

1) Upcoming Conferences, Institutes and Seminars

Conference Keeper Calendar

2 ) Upcoming Seminars, Webinars and Online Classes (times are US Pacific):

Conference Keeper Calendar

 FamilySearch Library Classes and Webinars 

*  Family Tree Webinars - Friday, 9 February, 11 a.m.:  African Americans in the Army: 1868-1948, by Janice Lovelace

*  Family Tree Webinars - Tuesday, 13 February, 11 a.m.:  Introduction to the MyHeritage Knowledge Base and the MyHeritage Wiki, by James Tanner

*  Family Tree Webinars - Wednesday, 14 February, 11 a.m.:  AI and Genealogy: Trouble Ahead?, by Thomas MacEntee.

3) Recent Podcasts/Radio Shows:

*  Hittin' the Bricks With Kathleen:  Tracking Lineage: DAR and County Formation Analysis
*  Hittin' the Bricks With Kathleen:  X-DNA to the Rescue: Ellen Conard and the Conrads

4) Recent YouTube Videos:

*  Aimee Cross - Genealogy Hints:  Biggest Family History Conference (Get all the Details)

*  Dallas Genealogical Society:  LaDonna Garner: Surfing for African-American Records

*  Professional Genealogist Reacts:  Two Men Try MyHeritage DNA Tests

*  Storied_Social:  16 videos this week

*  The Formidable Genealogist:  Use Logic on Ancestry Hints | Formidable Genealogy
*  The Formidable Genealogist:  New AncestryDNA Paywall | Formidable Genealogy

*  Your DNA Guide:  DNA News from MyHeritage
*  Your DNA Guide:  The Best DNA Advice
*  Your DNA Guide:  DNA News: AncestryDNA Update:

5) Did you miss the last post in this series - Genealogy Education Bytes -  25 to 31 January 2024?


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