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This video is adapted from a presentation given at the 2010 National Genealogical Society Conference entitled “Doing Research in Real Time-An Exhilarating Collaboration Experience!" Its purpose is to demonstrate that genealogical research can be conducted by forming a collaborative team that can work together online. By utilizing this type of approach, a small team of researchers can produce more artifacts and results in less time than a single researcher working alone. The Wiki Article/Handout link found above provides more detailed information about the process and tools that can be selected and utilized.
Brigham Young University has become known for its Christian higher education, sports teams, performing groups, and other program. There is one important trait that is often neglected: many people don’t think of BYU as an excellent place to do genealogical research. This webinar will introduce you to the many collections and services available to genealogical researchers at the BYU Family History Library and in other departments of the Harold B. Lee Library.
This class demonstrates many online resources for researchers looking for ancestors from Mexico. These sites include places to help identify localities, search for immigrants, and search for ancestors in databases, archives, and other websites.
The second of a three-part series, this lesson will introduce you to the National Archives holdings of South Africa. The class will discuss the types of documents held at the National Archives, and explain how to access the online index to the archives, called NAAIRS. The lesson will explore the National Archives records held at the Family History Library, and how to access those records that are only available at the Archives in South Africa.