This blog highlights, and explains how to use, other genealogical resources that are accessible from the FamilySearch site. The Blog is arranged by the following categories: • Education and Learning• What’s New at FamilySearch?• Heritage and Culture• Records and Research•…
These easy to use tutorials, by the Ohio State University Libraries, cover basic Internet tools such as Web browsers and email plus a section on research techniques.
A comprehensive alphabetical list of Internet terms by Matisse Enzer. This glossary is useful for beginners but also for experienced users.
A mailing list for people of all ages who would like help learning to use the Internet and/or computers for genealogy in a safe environment, without being made to feel stupid. If you do not want to subscribe to this…
These tips by Wayne Fulton explains the basics for scanning photographs and documents.
Use this site to download a pedigree chart and a family group chart that you can print out and fill in.
The Midwest Genealogy Center is part of the Mid-Continent Public Library system which has a long history of providing outstanding genealogy resources. It is based in Missouri, United States and offers free access to a variety of useful charts and…
This service offers access to series of Getting Started Guides. These cover:• Births, deaths and marriages• Cemetery records• Church records• Electoral rolls
This comprehensive guide is by GENUKI, the genealogical information service for the UK and Ireland. This is a great place to start.
This site features over thirty guides for family history research.