Friday, March 31, 2017 marked the permanent closure of the St. George Family Search Library located at 162 North 400 East in St. George, Utah, above the Workforce Services Building. A new building is under construction and is located on the corner of 600 South and 200 East, one block south […]
There is a new banner inviting you to sign in to FamilySearch.org to see which individuals in the search results are already linked to your Family Tree. In the search results, if you are signed in, you can now see if a record is linked to someone in your Family Tree. […]
Family history timeline Twile released two brand new features to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Wile’s infographic, designed to help family historians share their research and engage younger generations, can now be created in the national colors of Ireland. Being a Sullivan, I was interested in that!
The personalized family infographic is […]
FamilySearch is now pairing with third-parties who produce training on several topics for individuals wanting to learn more about FamilySearch features and research strategies. This training also includes geography-specific research strategies. The Family History Guide is a website that represents a best-in-class learning environment for family history. Its scope is broad, […]
The Family History Guide offers a complete, easy to use training system for all teachers and learners. There are many teaching options in the training section and this works with the FamilySearch system, in fact, FamilySearch recommends this.
You can select classes from an extensive course catalog and download presentation materials. […]
Issue 9.17 The Innovator Showdown Finalsfeatured “Shark Tank”-style (though a little less intense) presentations and panel interviews from six entrpreneuers in genealogy technology, with impressive cash and in-kind prizes for top contenders. Prizes went to:
* People’s Choice: Kindex (searching documents won the award) https://app.kindex.org/
* Third place: Double Match Triangulator (analyzing […]
Volunteers play a significant role in the development and progression of treatment for diabetes. Diabetes is a largely misunderstood disease. A greater knowledge of this disease can help us to prevent and control it. This knowledge is obtained through clinical research. Participants in clinical research are the “front-line” champions in the […]
The popular Family History Library will open the doors to Salt Lake City’s newest attraction this week, the 10,139-square foot, interactive discovery experiences. The new attraction is located on the main floor of the library downtown and offers something for guests of all ages. The innovative technology and inviting activities are […]
Several sessions at RootsTech 2017, including the general keynote sessions, will be streamed live on the home page of RootsTech.org. After the conference, recordings of these sessions will be posted on the website for a limited time.
See the streaming schedule below for times, session titles, and presenter names.
Wednesday, 8 […]
New Discovery Experiences
The Family History Library in Salt Lake City is a top tourist attraction for the state of Utah. In February, 2017, FamilySearch will open a wonderful, state-of-the-art Discovery Experience attraction on the Library’s main floor. The new feature will enable guests to have fun, large-as-life personal […]