Whether you live in the United States, Mexico, Spain, or other countries with a Latin heritage, you may be interested in webinars offered by the Latin American research team of the Family History Library. Most of the webinars are offered in Spanish and cover a variety of subjects, from reading old handwriting to organizing your genealogy research.
For those who don’t speak Spanish, an online English-language class will be held on Saturday, March 14, at 1:00 p.m. mountain daylight time. Please remember that daylight savings time begins in the United States on March 8, and plan your time accordingly. The class includes research ideas for many Latin cultures. A case study will help you learn how to apply the principles taught in the class.
For more information about this and other webinars and for links to past classes from the Latin American research team, see the FamilySearch Wiki article “Online Webinars from the Latin America Research Team.”
Many directors have requested training in Spanish-language research. These online classes are made for Spanish-speaking members and helpers. The two courses taught in English are “Reading Spanish Handwriting” and “Hispanic Research Methodology.” Whether you need Spanish-language or English-language help, be sure to take a look at the many webinars offered by the Latin America research team at the Family History Library. Bienvenida!