Current List of Genealogy Guys Learn Content

Have you been looking for the best video and written genealogy education sites to help expand your research? There have been many webinars presented recently but applicability to your personal research is limited and/or the presenters have been less than stellar.


The Genealogy Guys Learn subscription website is created and presented by The Genealogy Guys, George G. Morgan and Drew Smith, hosts of The Genealogy Guys Podcast, the world’s longest-running genealogical podcast. We also publish the Genealogy Connection podcast. The Genealogy Guys Blog is also regularly updated to keep our listeners informed between podcast episodes.

If you are considering subscribing to Genealogy Guys Learn, here is a list of the courses currently online at the site and planned for the near future.


The Genealogy Guys Learn site contains two types of content: videos and written lessons, plus other resources. We add new learning content frequently and release two new items each month so there is always something new to help you expand your research.

Our current videos (and length) include:

·                Introduction to Genealogy (1:35:05)

·                Principles of Effective Evidence Analysis (1:17:04)

·                Organizing Your Research Process (27:35)

·                All About the U.S. Federal Census (1:27:41)

·                U.S. Agricultural Census Schedules (45:28)

·                Additional Records: Beyond the Basics (1:04:00)

·                Genealogy Orienteering: Using Maps to Find the Right Place (42:07)

·                Finding Archived Newspapers (39:29)

·                Dissect Obituaries for New Clues (1:30:04)

·                Clues in the News: Your Ancestors in Community Context (1:04:35)

·                Colonial & Early American Land Records (56:36)

·                Understanding Copyright and Plagiarism (24:25)

·                Laying Out Clues in Funeral Home Records (41:24)

·                Using MyHeritage.com (UPDATED) (53:59)

·                Maximizing Your Use of FamilySearch.org (1:18:28)

·                Getting Past Brick Walls (59:31)

·                Locating & Ordering English & Welsh BMDs (1:01:33)

·                Bring ‘Em Back to Life: Creating an Ancestor Profile (1:05:09)

·                Transitioning to a Professional Full-Time Genealogy Career (33:13)

·                Planning a Successful Cemetery Research Trip (1:27:09)

·                Tutorials for Vivid-Pix RESTORE for the PC (Vendor’s Tutorial Videos)

·                25 Places Where Your Family’s Facts May Hide (44:03)

·                Using Multiple Websites in Tandem to Solve Problems (1:00:57)

·                Before You Test: DNA Basics You Need to Know (43:13)

·                Using Multiple Websites in Tandem to Solve Problems (1:00:57)

·                U.S. Naturalization – 1790-1954 (1:18:36)

·                Stereographs and Vintage Postcards (40:37)

·                Interview Absolutely Everyone! (41:05)

 

Videos coming soon:

·                Analyze Your Findings (1:01:33)

·                The Genealogist as C.S.I. (42:47)

·                Your Ancestor’s FAN Club: Cluster Research to Get Past Brick Walls (Length TBD)

·                Organizing Your Research Files (Length TBD)

·                Organizing Your Research Trip (Length TBD)

·                Crowdsourcing Brick Walls (Length TBD)



Our written courses currently include:

·                Basic Genealogical Research (6 lessons)

·                Intermediate Genealogical Research (4 lessons)

·                Using U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedules

·                Beware Other People’s Family Trees!

·                Using Libraries’ and Archives’ Catalogs Effectively (6 lessons)

·                Using the Social Security Death Index (SSDI) (5 lessons)

·                Wills and Probate Packet (4 lessons)

·                U.S. Military Records (8 lessons covering records for different conflicts)

·                International Classification of Diseases (4 lessons)

·                Swedish Household Examination Books

·                Introduction to Anglican Parish Records in England (3 lessons)

·                Clues from the Graveyard (3 lessons)

·                Dower Law: A Case Study (5 lessons)

·                Five Reasons the Records Aren’t in the Courthouse (6 lessons)

·                Use Digitized Historic Maps

·                Seven Essential Research Strategies (7 lessons)

Written courses coming soon:

·                Circular Genealogy

·                Developing Ancestor Stories with Diverse Evidence

·                Our Ancestors’ Migration Patterns: The Push and Pull Effect

·                U.S. Federal Census Social Statistics Schedules

·               Organizing Your Research Trip (Length TBD)

·                Crowdsourcing Brick Walls (Length TBD)

·                Interview Absolutely Everyone! (TBD)

·                Information Literacy and Critical Thinking

 

Remember, we add new content twice each month so that you always have additional educational content to explore.

Go to the Genealogy Guys Learn website to subscribe. You’ll learn and expand your research each month!

  

Source: The Genealogy Guys Blog http://blog.genealogyguys.com/

Posted On: August 22, 2020 at 02:11PM