Around this time of year I start looking for webinars that would increase my knowledge about the projects I will be working on during the year. You know I love webinars because many are free and you don't have to leave home. (Note: If a link doesn't work for you, try Control Click.) (Note: this info is also posted under the Webinars tab at the top of our blog.)
One of my favorites is Legacy Family Tree Webinars at familytreewebinars.com. Free webinars every Wednesday plus some Tuesdays and Fridays. You register for the free live webinar and whether you watch it live or not, you will have free access for a week. They will send you a link if you register.
Click here to see the 2018 and to register: Click here to register.
While you are there sign up to receive info about webinars added during the year.
Or, you can become a member. Members pay around $50 a year for access to all the webinars all the time in the archives, access to the syllabus, and other perks. That is access to over 600 webinars covering all types of genealogical subjects – Basic to advanced including research techniques, US & foreign research, DNA, etc.-- and have access to thousands of pages of handouts.
Family Search has oodles of free webinars you can access here:
You will see Upcoming Webinars. Some have the handouts already available. Then Past Webinars. Some Past Webinars just have handouts, no video.
They also have a list of other sources for webinars. https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/Webinars_and_Online_Classes_from_outside_FamilySearch
Webinar Series - SCGS is there for you, no matter where you live. Join our twice-monthly webcasts with knowledgeable genealogists to help grow what you know. The SCGS webinars are free but archived videos are for members only. They would love to have you join.
https://www.ancestry.com/academy/courses/recommended has changed from paid videos to FREE.
http://blog.geneawebinars.com Check out the calendar tab for a wide variety of webinars.
I don’t know if YouTube qualifies as a webinar, but there are thousands of genealogy videos there. Family Search, Ancestry.com, and Lisa Louise Cooke are among many you could search for. Or search for a specific topic.
Lastly, if you are looking for something particular, try Cyndi’s List. Cyndi is a Washington genealogist who categorizes genealogy websites and has hundreds of thousands of links on her site. For webinars, try this: