How do you get the teens and young adults interested in family history? Teens seem to only be concerned with what is happening on their screens, so how do you get them interested in what happened before their screen was even invented?
Continuing Your Genealogy Education at Home: Social Media, Webinars, Conferences, and More. This is the second of a two-part series highlighting resources and tips for continuing your genealogy education at home.
Family History is Anything but Boring Fun ideas to bring family history to all ages using apps. RootsTech 2017
4 Tips for pre-1800 British Research. This is the second of a three-part series exploring British genealogy research. Read part one and part three.
Google Photos: Collect, Organize, Preserve and Share: Michelle Goodrum Google Photos is a powerful, free app for storing, organizing and sharing. Users can also edit and create photo projects and automatically add their photos to the app from their digital devices.
Archival Terminology for Beginners. This is first in a three-part series that offers tips and tricks to those who are ready to move beyond online research.
Clues for Researching Jewish Names and Tombstones. This is the second of a three-part series exploring Jewish genealogy. Read part one and part three.
Amy Miles and her family are new to Utah and loving it. She looks for the good in life, chases the seasons, laughs her way through all situations, does family history as much as possible, and spends her free time choosing paint, finishes, and staging homes.
Free Video Archive. London 2019 Premium Virtual Pass Classes. SLC 2019 Virtual Pass Classes
The fun continues at RootsTech Salt Lake City 2020, February 26 – 29 at the Salt Palace Convention Center. We’re celebrating family and family discovery the only way we know how – with fun, learning, activities for the whole family, inspiring keynote speakers, and so much more.