In your search for new genealogy education, don’t forget to take a look at the resources offered at the Brigham Young University Family History Library – you can find the website here.
BYU provides free webinars every month around different genealogy topics. They also maintain a Youtube channel of hundreds of past genealogy focused webinars. To access the past webinars simply go to Youtube (www.youtube.com) and search for “Brigham Young University Family History Library”. Topics cover a very wide spectrum from “The Ultimate Brick Wall Busters” to “Fun Ways to Write a Life Story”.
The website also has a very rich and detailed list of genealogy websites across the web – you can find the list here Some of the resources identified on this list require a BYU password but many are free and accessible to all.
I particularly enjoyed the list of map resources which led me to Old Maps Online (www.oldmapsonline.org). If you have ever taken a beginning genealogy class from me you’ll know that one of the first resources I tell you to find are historical maps from the locations you are planning to research. Old Maps Online seems to be a good place to start that search – happy research!