- Classes and Webinars
Classes and Webinars
BYU Library Family History Webinars
The BYU Library hosts family history webinars by experts on a variety of topics including research, resources, tools, and methods. It is easy to connect to these webinars and view them on your own computer or other device. See the live webinar schedule and view past recordings in our Webinar Library.
If you have any questions or comments about the webinars email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday Classes (Virtual)
Our virtual Sunday classes provide an opportunity to continuing learning about family history from our instructors. Anyone interested in learning more about Family History is welcome to attend. See our Sunday Classes page for information on upcoming classes.
Family History Q&As
Family history Q&As are open discussions with experts in specialized areas of family history. Q&A topics include computer tips & tricks and area or topic specific research. Visit Family History Q&As for more information.
In addition to webinars, the BYU Family History Library provides many family history instructional videos. These pre-recorded videos give you another way to learn more about family history in a convenient and up-to-date format. You can view these on our Instructional Videos page or on our YouTube channel.
Family History Basic Tutorials (for Latter-day Saints)
Our family history basic tutorials are designed for Latter-day Saints getting started with family history or helping others. They are short and to the point, 5-10 minutes long each. A handout is included with each one.
Family History Quick Tips
Quick Tips are one-page handouts designed to help in your family history efforts. In a few minutes you can learn something, such as tips for working on Family Tree, using family history apps, and where to go to get help and learn more. Not everyone is ready or able to immediately immerse themselves family history, but many can take a few minutes to learn something. When the time comes to really get involved, the learning curve will be shortened, and you will be able to master the challenges of family history with confidence.