We’re holding live, free Facebook and Twitter chats with our Family Tree University Virtual Genealogy Conference expert presenters to give you sneak peeks at the genealogy tips you’ll get from this online family history conference.
We’ve got three chats to go:
- Today, Wednesday, Sept. 5, at 4:30 p.m. ET, join our Tweet-up on Twitter with Gena Philibert-Ortega, who’ll be talking about social history and tracing immigrants (we’ll be using hashtag #FTUVC).
- Visit Family Tree Magazine‘s Facebook page Tuesday, Sept. 11, at 3 p.m. ET, to ask Diana Crisman Smith about using online censuses and land records.
- Stop by our Facebook page Thursday, Sept. 13, at 1 p.m. ET to get Rick Crume’s advice on tracking down ancestors in UK civil registration records and Ireland’s Griffith’s Valuation.
Remember to translate the chat times into your time zone. You don’t have to be a Facebook or Twitter member to see the chats, but you must be a member to post a question.
The chats we’ve already had are chock-full of research help! Here’s where to find them:
The Family Tree University Fall 2012 Virtual Genealogy Conference, taking place online Sept. 14-16, gives you access to 15 video classes, live chats, our exclusive conference message board, and our virtual exhibit hall (where you can win prizes by being part of our exhibitor scavenger hunt).
To learn more, visit Family Tree University. (Pssst!: You can save $50 on conference registration with coupon code FTUVCFACEBOOK.)