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FamilySearch.org,the genealogy website sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, recently launched an updated YouTube channel. The renovated channel is designed to be a tool for both rookie and seasoned genealogists with a additions like "Genealogy in 5 Minutes" playlist, which shows step-by-step processes in making progress in family history.

They also implemented a "Woven Generations" playlist to showcase inspirational and personal experiences by those who have used FamilySearch for genealogical work.

In addition to the YouTube updates, FamilySearch has been updating its document database as well.

In January, FamilySearch signed a contract with Jackson County, Ore., to take responsibility of scanning county marriage documents between 1855-1950, and finished the task in June.

"It's great for an organization because we do it for free and they get a preservation copy of their records," said FamilySearch Public Affairs Manager Paul Nauta in a Mail Tribune article. "If they have any kind of mishap in the future — fires, floods or anything else, our copy will be available to them."

While FamilySearch is helping make outdated record mediums enter the digital sphere, they've also partnered with Lingotek to translate public records in different languages.

"Our Web-based collaborative translation software is uniquely suited to connect the global FamilySearch member base with its rich, multilingual lineage," said Rob Vandenberg, CEO of Lingotek, in a news release. "We're excited to participate in bringing more families together by translating critical documents in their family tree."

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Sours: https://www.deseret.com/2011/8/17/20386492/familysearch-expands-its-resources-with-youtube-channel-languages

FamilySearch Videos Now Available on YouTube

“We think that YouTube is a great fit for people who are wondering about FamilySearch and how we help people with their family history.” —Jim Ericson

In an effort to broaden video content and extend awareness of available family history resources, FamilySearch now has its own YouTube channel.

“We think that YouTube is a great fit for people who are wondering about FamilySearch and how we help people with their family history,” said Jim Ericson, product marketing manager at FamilySearch. “Instead of finding a place on our own site for these videos, we decided to extend our distribution channel to include YouTube.”

The new channel currently contains training materials, “How To” videos, and video vignettes that are used during family history conferences.

FamilySearch is creating more video content than ever before. As more videos are created—highlighting FamilySearch features, services, programs and resources—housing them on YouTube became another way to inform those who may be curious about FamilySearch or starting family history.

FamilySearch also intends to create videos of a lighter nature that express the joy of family history and hope for users to supply their own videos about their success stories. Because YouTube is a good delivery platform, users can also use it to place content on their Facebook page or embed videos onto their own sites.

“We are excited to have people who use FamilySearch also submit videos to us of the success stories they’ve had on FamilySearch,” Brother Ericson said, “so we won’t just have content we produce, but we’ll engage the community and . . . share stories from users.”

To access or share FamilySearch videos visit the FamilySearch YouTube channel.

Sours: https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/church/news/familysearch-videos-now-available-on-youtube?lang=eng
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If you’re just getting started with your family history research and feel like you need some help, there are 4 great videos posted on YouTube you should see. These are easy to follow videos that were created for the beginner. They assume you know little or nothing about doing genealogy research.  In most cases, you will be starting your own research after the very first video.  All 4 videos are under 4 minutes in length, so you’re not investing a lot of time to learn these simple but valuable research skills. They’re fun to watch and easy to follow.

The 4 videos you’ll find on YouTube include the following:

  1. Finding Easy Information
  2. Record and Share Your Family History
  3. Finding Challenging Information
  4. Using FamilySearch.org

Another great feature these videos offer is the ability to turn on and off captions to match the audio. Using the buttons on the control bar on the bottom of the view screen, you can view the written text of the audio.

Another great advantage of using the captions feature is that you can change the language preferences to make the captions appear in any one of 53 languages. So, regardless of what language you are most comfortable with, these videos can accommodate your needs. You cannot change the audio files for the videos but you can change all of the captions. So, with the click of a button you can turn the captions on and off and you can change them to appear in the language of your choice.

Sours: https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/great-videos-getting-started-family-history-genealogy/

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FamilySearch & YouTube



FamilySearch.org LogoWith the newer technology it has become so simple and convenience to view on your home computer or on a mobile device short videos.  The FamilySearch site (connected with the Family History Centers — Latter-Day Saints Church of Salt Lake City) have now begun producing some interesting instructional short videos which are viewed through the YouTube site.  Using the computer or any Internet web device, anyone around the globe can immediately have some fascinating instructions concerning family history research. Just one click on any of the video topics has it up and running.

Several of these new videos are divided by categories; such as ‘Societies and Archives.’ Within this section are individual videos on numerous state and regional genealogical departments and societies.  For example, you can find about the California Genealogical Society, where authorities with the society explain and show examples of the collections and explain how to access the information.  This video lasts about three minutes, but is packed with photos and information.


Another interesting video is on the Black History Museum – Freedmen’s Bureau Records Online which is based in Richmond, Virginia.  This will explain about the types of records available for researchers of African-Americans in Virginia.


Additional societies with videos are Ohio, Indiana, Alabama, Arkansas and the massive genealogical resources held in the granite mountain records vault outside of Salt Lake City. Other genealogical libraries and societies will be part of this YouTube – FamilySearch in the near future.


Further topics covered in assorted videos include how to get started in one’s family history research with several tips and ideas presented in four different steps, each a separate video. There is a category on how to interest children in genealogy covered in four videos.


The most recent series is titled ‘Genealogy in 5 Minutes’. This collection has nine videos filled with tips on how to record newly located information, surname variations, locations to search and other related suggestions.


This fine production done by FamilySearch will expand and offer even greater instructions for those new to genealogy and the experienced researcher. It is well worth those few minutes it takes to view to get some exciting new tips.

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