FREE! MyHeritage Facebook LIVE Sessions in May 2020

Did you know that Facebook LIVE is another FREE #genealogy education channel? Check out the MyHeritage Facebook LIVE Sessions for May 2020!
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Did you know that Facebook LIVE is another FREE #genealogy education channel? Check out the MyHeritage Facebook LIVE Sessions!

MyHeritage has been hosting Facebook LIVE sessions from a variety of speakers on family history and DNA topics. Facebook Live sessions require no advance registration — just visit the MyHeritage Facebook page when the event is scheduled to start. You’ll spot the live video at the top of the feed. During the session, feel free to leave your questions in the comments so the speaker can respond to them live.

Did you know that Facebook LIVE is another FREE #genealogy education channel? Check out the MyHeritage Facebook LIVE Sessions for May 2020!

Below are the upcoming Facebook Live sessions from MyHeritage:

  • May 4, 2:00 P.M. EDT
    Topic: Tribal Quest: Family History Lessons from Remote Tribes
    Speaker: Shahar Bitton
    Description: Join Shahar Bitton, product manager at MyHeritage, as he discusses MyHeritage trips to visit remote tribes in an effort to document and preserve the family histories of tribal people. Learn about the time MyHeritage employees spent living among indigenous tribes and hear firsthand about the incredible family stories they recorded for future generations.
  • May 6, 2:00 P.M. EDT
    Topic: Family History Workshop for Kids and Parents
    Speaker: Shenley Puterbaugh
    Description: Join Shenley Puterbaugh, founder of Inspire Family History, as she dives into a workshop for parents and kids aged 6–12. In this session, parents and kids will explore their family history together and learn how genealogy can be a fun and rewarding activity.
  • May 11, 2:00 P.M. EDT
    Topic: Canadian Records on MyHeritage
    Speaker: Mike Mansfield
    Description: MyHeritage’s Director of Content, Mike Mansfield, offers an introduction to the Canadian historical records available through MyHeritage and tips for those searching for their Canadian roots.
  • May 13, 2:00 P.M. EDT
    Topic: Intro to MyHeritage DNA Health
    Speaker: Ofer Karp
    Description: Ofer is a Director of Product Management at MyHeritage who oversees the development and management of MyHeritage DNA products. In this session, he’ll give an overview of the MyHeritage DNA Health test and the insights that you can gain from the results.
  • May 18, 2:00 P.M. EDT
    Topic: Jumpstart your Family Tree with Instant Discoveries
    Speaker: James Tanner
    Description: Join veteran genealogist James Tanner in a Facebook Live geared towards new users. Learn how to review and evaluate automatically generated discoveries and effectively use them to grow your family tree.
  • May 20, 2:00 P.M. EDT
    Topic: Searching Military Records on MyHeritage
    Speaker: Thomas MacEntee
    Description: Genealogy technology expert and educator Thomas MacEntee shares how to leverage MyHeritage’s vast collection of military records to learn more about your family history.

Don’t forget to like and follow the MyHeritage Facebook page so you receive updates and notifications when MyHeritage goes live.


FREE ACCESS to US Yearbook Collection at MyHeritage

MyHeritage has colorized its entire U.S. Yearbook collection, and to celebrate this they are opening up FREE access to U.S. Yearbooks through May 23rd, 2020!

  • MyHeritage: FREE ACCESS to over 250,000 US Yearbooks IN COLOR! MyHeritage has colorized its entire U.S. Yearbook collection, and to celebrate this they are opening up FREE access* to U.S. Yearbooks through May 23rd, 2020! “This collection contains almost 290 million records corresponding to individuals identified and consolidated through name-spotting techniques and algorithmic analysis. A student or faculty member often appears in a yearbook several times. Part of the work conducted to produce this collection merges all occurrences of the same name in a yearbook into one record with references to the pages where the person is mentioned. Records in this collection will list the person’s name, often their gender, school’s name and location, and likely residence based on the location of the school. Additional work was done to identify the grade of the students to be able to infer their age and an estimated year of birth for some of the records.” VIEW DETAILS

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