New Free Webinars at Ancestry.com

Ancestry____logo.gifAncestry has scheduled three new free webinars. Each session will last approximately one hour and include a Q&A including a Q&A session. Click on each title to register for the free webinar (required).

Using MyCanvas to Print and Share Your Family Stories
Event Date: 01/21/2009 08:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Learn more about the Ancestry.com MyCanvas publishing service during a free webinar. John Pereira and Stefanie Condie of the MyCanvas team will be demonstrating some of the program’s features including how to add records and information from your online tree, edit and modify images, apply frames and backgrounds, customize covers and more. They’ll also answer some frequently asked questions and participants will be automatically entered into a drawing for a free padded leather book ($100 value).

Getting Started on Ancestry.com
Event Date: 01/22/2009 01:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
New to the Ancestry.com U.S. Deluxe Collection? Come join Juliana Smith and moderator, Echo King for a one-hour webinar where you’ll discover the excitement of finding your first family member on a historical record. Plus, learn how Ancestry.com can help you piece together your family story by providing you with more than 26,000 historical databases and innovative family tree building technology.

New Site Features Added to Ancestry.com in 2008
Event Date: 01/27/2009 08:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
We’re always trying to improve your experience with Ancestry.com. Come listen to a panel of Ancestry.com product managers discuss a number of key improvements made to the site over the past year, including enhancements to our family trees, searching capabilities, homepage, profile pages, and more. The panel will include Kenny Freestone, Senior Product Manager (Family Trees); Anne Mitchell, Senior Product Manager (Search); David Graham Senior Product Manager (Community); and Eric Shoup, VP Product Ancestry.com.

You can find more webinars in the Ancestry.com Library.

3 thoughts on “New Free Webinars at Ancestry.com

  1. All of these are eastern times. I hope you will be recording these so we can listen to them on the west coast. There will be hundreds of people trying to log in and now understanding how to connect so I’m sure you will be muting them anyway.

    This is a fantastic idea. You really don’t need an audience to record this free 1 hour courses.

    Record them, we will watch them and listen to them at our leisure!

    Tim

  2. That is a great idea Tom ! I would not be available at 8Pm in the evening and to listen at my leisure would be ideal
    Hope someone listens to us.
    Virginia

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