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Video/Presentation Library

We normally record the main presentation and one or two classes at each of our monthly meetings for the benefit of members of the Utah Valley Technology and Genealogy Group. 

The presentations in the table below may be sorted by clicking on the column headers.   Typing a part of a speaker name or presentation title in the search box at the upper right of the table will filter the table contents using the typed string.

In the table below, the main group presentations from the monthly meetings of the past five years are marked with an asterisk and are in bold text to distinguish them from class presentations.

To select a presentation to view, simply click the presentation title.

TitleNameDateCat
* The BYU Family History Lab (#459)Tom Sederberg9/9/17S
More From FamilySearch, Ancestry, Find My Past & My Heritage (#460)Alan Mann9/9/17LDS
* Digitizing & Using Sound in Family History (#457)Don Snow and Linda Westover8/12/17S
Evernote: The Genealogist's Workhorse (#458)Don Snow and Linda Westover8/12/17S
* Tips & Tricks for Searching FamilySearch (#454)Alan Mann7/8/17LDS
Using Photoshop in Your Family History (#456)Spencer Fields7/8/17S
Jurisdictions = When + Where (#455)Laurie Castillo7/8/17RT
* Family Tree Futures (#452)Ron Tanner6/10/17LDS
Q&A Family Tree Futures (#453)Ron Tanner6/10/17LDS
* Clothes Line Approach to Analysis (#449)Dear Myrtle (Pat Richley-Erickson)5/13/17RT
Temple & Family History Consultants (#450)Dear Myrtle (Pat Richley-Erickson)5/13/17LDS
Cemetery Records: Locating, Searching & Sorting (#451)Marilyn Thomsen5/13/17RR
* RootsTech 2017 and FamilySearch (#446)Robert Raymond4/8/17LDS
Keep Track of Your Own Life With Technology: Documents (#447)Don Snow4/8/17O
Q&A RootsTech 2017 and FamilySearch (#447)Robert Raymond4/8/17LDS
* From Archival Priorities to Record Hints: How FamilySearch Produces Billions of Searchable Records (#444)David Ouimette3/11/17LDS
DNA Evidence of Ancestral Origins (#445)David Ouimette3/11/17RT
* The British 1881 Census Indexing Project: A Window to the Past (#441)Stephen Young2/18/17I
The Family History Guide: Examples & Applications (#442)James Tanner2/18/17IR
Chinese Genealogy: Find your Ancestral Village (#443)Tony King2/18/17RL
Q&A The Chief Genealogy Office: Supporting Family Search and the Community (#439)Ed Donakey1/14/17LDS
* The Chief Genealogy Office: Supporting FamilySearch and the Community (#438)Ed Donakey1/14/17LDS
Q&A General Family History and Computers (#440)Rayanne Melick and Gerhard Ruf1/14/17IR
Q&A Chief Genealogical Office (#436)Michael J. Hall11/12/16LDS
* What is the Office of the Chief Genealogy Officer? (#435)Michael J. Hall11/12/16LDS
The Family History Guide's New Beta Site Goes Live (#437)Robert Taylor11/12/16LDS
Getting the Most From Your Ancestry DNA Results (#431)Rick Klemetson10/8/16RT
Multitasking 101: Family History While You Sleep (#434)Laurie Castillo10/8/16IR
Q&A Family Search Book Scanning (#433)Michael Hansen10/8/16LDS
* FamilySearch Book Scanning (#432)Michael Hansen10/8/16LDS
Organizing Computer Files (#430)Don Snow10/8/16D
* From Tabernacle to Temple (#429)Jay & Sylvia Newitt9/10/16I
GenGophers.com - Google Books for Genealogy (#427)Dallan Quass8/13/16IR
Finding Civil War Ancestors (#428)Marilyn Thomsen8/13/16RR
* RootsCity: A Better Way to Build Your Family Tree Online (#426)Dallan Quass8/13/16IR
* Seek and Ye Shall Find: Extraction of Pedigrees from Revenue Records of Punjab, India (#424)G. S. Gill7/9/16RL
Fun with Relative Finder (#425)Rayanne Melick7/9/16IR
* Get More From Technology: Help in Family History (#421)Cathy Anderegg6/11/16LDS
Q&A:Get More From Technology: Help in Family History (#422)Cathy Anderegg6/11/16LDS
Finding the Kin Keepers - Women in Our Families (#423)Marilyn Thomsen6/11/16RT
* Finding Elusive Records on FamilySearch (#418)Robert Kehrer5/14/16FS
Q&A Finding Elusive Records on FamilySearch (#419)Robert Kehrer5/14/16FS
US Vital Records on the Internet -- Lesser Known Sources (#420)Laurie Castillo5/14/16RR
Get Where You're Going With Maps (#417)Karen Clifford4/9/16RT
* Technology for Locating Missing or Destroyed Records (#416)Karen Clifford4/9/16RT
* 6 Steps to Choreograph Your Research Across the Internet (#413)Janet Hovorka3/12/16IR
Using DAR Research to Strengthen and Extend Your Pedigree (#415)Marilyn Thomsen3/12/16RR
Grandma's Bullet Proof Vest: Why Your Children Need You To Do Family History (#414)Janet Hovorka3/12/16I
* Helping Others Love Family History (#411)Mike Sandberg2/13/16LDS
Helping Others Love Family History (Demonstration) (#412)Mike Sandberg2/13/16LDS
Digitize Your Photos and Movies (#409)Randy Wilson1/9/16S
* Family Search: What's In It For You, and, Can You Help (#408)Randy Wilson1/9/16LDS
Keep Your PC Healthy (#410)Jerry Castillo1/9/16S
* If Sherlock Homes Were A Family Historian (#406)Barry Ewell11/14/15RR
Use the US Census to Resolve Family History Research Problems (#407)Barry Ewell11/14/15RR
* Genealogy Wikis: A User's Guide (#405)xxx xxx10/10/15IR
Free, State-Provided Sources: Ready and Waiting Online (#404)xxx xxx10/10/15IR
* Locating the Records of Our LDS Missionary Ancestors (#402)Laurie Castillo9/12/15LDS
Finding Your Ancestors in LDS & non-LDS Newspapers (#403)Laurie Castillo9/12/15LDS
* The Best Things in Life Are Free: Freeware for Family History (#398)Don Snow and Linda Westover8/8/15S
Q&A The Best Things in Life Are Free: More Freeware for Family History (#399)Don Snow and Linda Westover8/8/15S
Facebook Your Genealogy (#400)Sue Maxwell8/8/15IR
Where There's a Will, There's a Probate, US Probate Records (#401)Beth Taylor8/8/15RR
* Copyright Law for Genealogists (#395)James Tanner7/11/15RT
Using Family History Guide to Jump Start Your Genealogy (#396)Bob Taylor7/11/15IR
It's About Time (#397)Ginny Ackerson7/11/15RT
Using DNA in Family History (#393)Rick Klemetson6/13/15RT
Q&A Finding the Living Among the Dead Using the Internet (#392)Amy Archibald6/13/15IR
* Finding the Living Among the Dead: Using the Internet to Find Your Living Cousins (#391)Amy Archibald6/13/15IR
What! My Temple Reservations Have Disappeared (#394)Marilyn Thomsen6/13/15LDS
Family Search Partner Site: American Ancestors (#389)Laurie Castillo5/9/15LDS
A Billion + Hidden Records on Family Search (#388)Robert Raymond5/9/15LDS
* A Genealogically Correct Family Search Family Tree (#387)Robert Raymond5/9/15LDS
Ratchet Up Your Research with Evernote (#390)Liz Miller5/9/15S
Grandpa Did What? How to Write a Family History the Youth Will Want to Read (#385)Heather Pack4/11/15I
Have You Checked the Legal Resources? (#384)Stephen Ehat4/11/15RR
Introduction to Kinpoint (#386)Carla Heesch4/11/15S
* What You May Not Have Noticed About US Federal & State Censuses: Look Again (#383)Stephen Ehat4/11/15RR
* The Hearts of the Children Shall Turn (#379)Devin Ashby3/14/15LDS
Introducing the Sons of Utah Pioneers (SUP) Library (#381)Roger Flick3/14/15LDS
Q&A: The Hearts of the Children Shall Turn (#380)Devin Ashby3/14/15LDS
PERSI: New Periodical Index at Find My Past (#382)Marilyn Thomsen3/14/15RR
* Family Search Mobile Apps (#376)Todd Powell2/21/15LDS
Q&A: Family Search Mobile Apps (#377)Todd Powell2/21/15LDS
Q&A: Family Search Partners Sites (#378)Sue Maxwell and Laurie Castillo2/21/15IR
Using LDS Membership Records Worldwide: A Gold Mine of Info (#375)Liz Snow1/10/15RS
Q&A: Family Search Insider Tips & Tricks (#374)Ben Baker1/10/15LDS
* Family Search Insider Tips & Tricks (#373)Ben Baker1/10/15LDS
* Adding A Visual Dimension to Your Research (#370)Peg Ivanyo11/8/14RT
Making a Case for Re-Proving Old Work (#371)Peg Ivanyo11/8/14RT
Family Search Questions & Answers (#372)Sue Maxwell and Fin Hansen11/8/14LDS
LDS Partner Web Sites: MyHeritage (#368)Sue Maxwell10/11/14LDS
Family Tree Certified Programs: TreeSeek, Record Seek, etc (#369)xxx xxx10/11/14LDS
* The Family Search Catalog: Key To The Collection (#366)Sharon Monson10/11/14LDS
Treasures Found in Military Records (#367)Sharon Monson10/11/14RR
* Presenting & Preserving Your Family History: You can't Take It With You, So How Do You Leave It? (#362)Don Snow and Linda Westover9/13/14O
Q&A: Presenting & Preserving Your Family History (#363)Don Snow and Linda Westover9/13/14O
How to Max a Website: What Every Internet Researcher Needs To Know (#364)Laurie Castillo9/13/14IR
Online Newspapers: Tips & Comparisons of Databases (#365)Marilyn Thomsen9/13/14RR
* Discovering Stories on Google Books (#358)Jimmy Zimmerman8/9/14IR
Mac Users - Simple Tricks to Save Your Time (#359)Jimmy Zimmerman8/9/14S
Online Cemetery Sites: More Than Just Tombstones (#360)Sharon Monson8/9/14Restricted
German Research on the Internet - At BYU FHL (#361)Laurie Castillo8/9/14RL
* Common Surnames: Finding Your Smiths (#355)Juliana Smith7/12/14RT
Getting the Most From Your Discoveries (#356)Juliana Smith7/12/14RT
LDS Partner Web Sites: Find My Past (#357)Sue Maxwell7/12/14LDS
* Are You Your Own Brick Wall? Genealogy Common Mistakes & How to Overcome Them (#352)Beth Taylor6/14/14RT
The Tired, The Poor, The Huddled Masses: US Immigration (#353)Beth Taylor6/14/14RR
Online Helps for Family History and Consultants (#354)Don Snow and Linda Westover6/14/14LDS
* Ancestry.com: Ready, Set, Go! Here's What You Need to Know (#349)Sue Maxwell5/10/14IR
Ancestry.com: Strategies for Effective Searching (#350)Sue Maxwell5/10/14RT
Ancestry.com: Strategies for Effective Searching (#350A)Sue Maxwell5/10/14RT
Last 50 Minutes of German Research: Online Resources (#351)Laurie Castillo5/10/14Retired
Can You Hear Me Now? Voice Recognition Software and Genealogy (#347)Luana Darby4/12/14S
* Using State Archives and Local Libraries Online (#346)Luana Darby4/12/14RT
Intro to LDS Partner Web Sites (#348)Beth Ann Wiseman4/12/14LDS
Family Newsletters: Where to Start (#344)Suzanne Hansen3/8/14RT
* Family History with Heart: Digging Info Out of Distant Relatives (#343)Suzanne Hansen3/8/14I
Using Puzzilla and Other Affiliated Apps (#345)Marilyn Thomsen3/8/14LDS
Elections and Introduction (#342)Gerhard Ruf2/8/14
* Discover the Future of the Family History Library and Centers (#338)Diane Loosle1/11/14LDS
Evernote: Your Virtual Genealogy Assistant (#340)Sue Maxwell1/11/14S
Q&A: Discover the Future of the Family History Library and Centers (#339)Diane Loosle1/11/14LDS
Making Your Trip to the Family History Center More Productive (#341)Ron Snowden1/11/14RT
Presenting and Preserving Your Family History: You Can't Take it With You (#335)Don Snow11/9/13O
* The Latest & Greatest in Family Search Photos &Stories (#334)Tim Cross11/9/13LDS
Are There Germans in Your Past? (#336)Laurie Castillo11/9/13RL
Q&A: Family Search Photos and Stories (#337)Tim Cross11/9/13LDS
Q&A: A Fanciful Genealogy or Clues to the Past. (#331)Karen Clifford10/12/13RR
* A Fanciful Genealogy or Clues to the Past. (#330)Karen Clifford10/12/13RR
Accessing and Using Roots Tech and Other Family History Videos (#333)Gerhard Ruf10/12/13IR
Mobile Device Apps (Cont) (#332)Bret Petersen10/12/13S
* Making the Most of Your Mobile Devices (#326)Bret Petersen9/14/13S
Advanced Animap (#329)Marilyn Thomsen9/14/13S
A Comparison: Ancestral Quest, Roots Magic and a Touch of Legacy (#328)Bud Wood9/14/13S
The shady Side of Your Family Tree Prisons, Criminal, Asylum and Other Records (#327)Bret Petersen9/14/13RR
Zap the Grandma Gap: Leave A Heritage Hands-on Workshop (#324)Janet Hovorka8/10/13I
* Zap the Grandma Gap: The Ten Best Ideas to Bridge the Generation Gap (#323)Janet Hovorka8/10/13I
A Genealogy Tour of the BYU Library Map Collection (#325)Rick Grapes8/10/13RT
Evernote: The Genealogist's Workhorse (#322)Don Snow7/13/13S
* Treasures in Your Own Backyard: Genealogy Resources in the BYU Library (#321)Terry Dahlin7/13/13RT
Ward Family History Web Sites: A Unifying Tool (#320)Abe Martin6/8/13LDS
English Research in the 21st Century (#318)Alan Mann6/8/13RL
Genealogy and Law: How Law Helps You Understand Records (#319)Stephen Ehat6/8/13RR
* Techniques for Successful Searches (#317)Alan Mann6/8/13RT
* Writing Your Personal or Family History (#314)Don Norton5/11/13O
Protecting Your PC (#316)Jerry Castillo5/11/13H
Organizing Your Genealogy and Family History Files (#315)Robert Lasson5/11/13O
* Are You Ready Now That Family Search Family Tree Is Live? (#311)James Tanner4/13/13LDS
Effectively Using the Cloud: Dropbox, Evernote, Skype, etc. (#312)James Tanner4/13/13IR
Tips & Tricks for Searching Historical Records on Family Search (#313)Sue Maxwell4/13/13LDS
Q&A: Solving Difficult Family History Problems (#310)David Ouimette3/9/13RT
* Solving Difficult Family History Problems (#308)David Ouimette3/9/13RT
Family History in Bulk - More Bang For Your Buck (#309)Linda Westover3/9/13RT
* Nobody Knows: The Untold Story of Black Mormons (#305)Margaret Young2/9/13LDS
Jump Starting Your English Research (PC & MAC) (#307)Ron Snowden2/9/13RL
Record Seek - A New Tool to Add Sources to Family Tree (#306)Marilyn Thomsen2/9/13RT
* The Church History Library's Online Presence Database (#303)Alan Morrell1/12/13LDS
Introducing Family Tree Photos (#304)Beth Ann Wiseman1/12/13LDS
* Programs of the Center for Family History and Genealogy at BYU (#300)Jill Crandell11/10/12IR
Research Ties: An Online Research Log (#300A)Jill Crandell11/10/12O
Creating Your Own Website with TNG (The Next Generation) (#302)Darrin Lythgoe11/10/12S
FamilySearch Family Tree Update #3 (#301)Merlin Kitchen11/10/12LDS
* Fifty Google Searches Every Genealogist Needs to Know (#296)Barry Ewell10/13/12IR
How to Discover Treasures in the Library, Archives & Societies (#297)Barry Ewell10/13/12RT
State and Local Census and Census Substitutes (#298)Laurie Castillo10/13/12RR
Family History Consultants Help People Change Their Lives (#299)John Blake10/13/12LDS
Evaluating Databases & Overcoming Their Errors (#294)Kory Meyerink9/8/12IR
Research, Collaboration & Learn on the Go (#295)Sue Maxwell9/8/12H
* Genealogy Jeopardy: The Technology Edition (#293)Kory Meyerink9/8/12I
Easier Scanning for Better Results (#290)Marlo Schuldt8/11/12H
Using US City Directories (#291)Marilyn Thomsen8/11/12RR
More Time in the Cloud (#292)Bret Petersen8/11/12S
* New Ways to Share and Interest Others in Family History (#289)Marlo Schuldt8/11/12O
The Other Federal Census Records (#287)Laurie Castillo7/14/12RR
* New FamilySearch Family Tree, and What to Expect in The Transition (#286)Jim Ericson7/14/12LDS
Free Software to Organize Your Digital Photos (#288)Marlo Schuldt7/14/12S
* Your Personal Genealogy Library: Family History Books Online (#283)Don/Diane Snow6/9/12IR
Family Search Family Tree #2 (#285)Merlin Kitchen6/9/12LDS
FastStone Capture and Q and A (#284)Don/Diane Snow6/9/12S
Provo City Center Temple Ground Breaking and Meeting Opening (#280)xxx xxx5/12/12
Are There Germans in Your Past? Web Resources to Help You (#282)Laurie Castillo5/12/12RL
* Finding All Your Relatives in the 1940 US Federal Census (#276)Stephen Ehat4/14/12RR
Are Your Ancestors Frozen in Time? (#278)Claire Brisson-Bank4/14/12O
Analyzing Census Records (#277)Stephen Ehat4/14/12RR
Where Did That File Go? Understanding and Organizing Files (#279)Sue Maxwell4/14/12H
Evernote & Other Free Transcription Helps for Docs & Audio (#281)Don Snow4/12/12S
* Increasing Productivity on NFS with Sharing Time (#273)Andrea Schnakenburg3/10/12LDS
Family Search Family Tree (#274)Merlin Kitchen3/10/12LDS
Your Head in the Cloud: Your Feet on the Ground (#275)Bret Petersen3/10/12IR
Using US Census (#272)Marilyn Thomsen2/11/12RR
Using Ancestry's Family Trees (#271)Kathy Magleby2/11/12IR
Utah Research Beyond LDS Records (#269)Laurie Castillo1/14/12RR
Using Google Maps (#267)Ron Snowden1/14/12IR
* The Changing Pace of Family History Research (#266)Karen Clifford1/14/12RT
Using Facebook as a Family History Tool (#268)Stephen Ehat1/14/12IR
Using Technology to Involve Youth in Family History (#264)Claire Brisson-Banks11/12/11IR
* The Perfect Social Media: Family History and Genealogy (#263)Claire Brisson-Banks11/12/11IR
Fold3 - Access to Government Records (#265)Marilyn Thomsen11/12/11IR
Data and the Nauvoo Databank (#261)Don Snow10/8/11LDS
Tips and Tricks for Using Ancestry.com on MAC or PC (#262)Cathy Magelby10/8/11IR
* Dead Men Do Tell Tales (#259)Loretta Evans10/8/11RR
Illustrating Your Family History (#260)Loretta Evans10/8/11RT
* The Power of DNA in Unlocking Family Relationships (#255)Ugo Perego9/10/11RT
More New Family Search Best Practices - Surviving in the Trenches (#258)Laurie Castillo9/10/11LDS
Three Wikis: Family Search, Ancestry and Wikipedia (#257)Marilyn Thomsen9/10/11IR
Q and A: The Power of DNA in Unlocking Family Relationships (#256)Ugo Perego9/10/11RT
* New Family Search Best Practices - How to Survive in the Trenches (#252)Laurie Castillo8/13/11LDS
Q&A: New Family Search Best Practices - How to Survive in the Trenches (#253)Laurie Castillo8/13/11LDS
Beginning Genealogy: A Case Study (#254)Don Engstrom8/13/11RT
* Family Search Products and Features (#249)David Rencher7/9/11LDS
Q&A: FamilySearch Products and Features (#250)David Rencher7/9/11IR
Research at BYU - the Other Family History Library (#251)Laurie Castillo7/9/11LDS
* Forming and Analyzing a Database of Letters Using the Erastus Snow Family to Illustrate (#245)Don/Diane Snow6/11/11RT
Get Help From Strangers by Publishing on the Internet (#248)Merlin Kitchen6/11/11IR
Increasing Productivity on the new FamilySearch Website (#247)Andrea Schnakenburg6/11/11S
Forming and Analyzing a Database of Letters - Q and A (#246)Don/Diane Snow6/11/11RT
* Resources Available at the Riverton Family Search Library (#243)Suzanne Curley5/14/11LDS
Tips to Avoid Barking Up The Wrong Family Tree (#244)Bret Petersen5/14/11RT
* Eating an Elephant One Bite At A Time (#240)Marilyn Thomsen4/9/11O
Getting Genealogy Clutter Under Control (#241)Marilyn Thomsen4/9/11O
Comparing Ancestral Quest, Legacy and Roots Magic (#242)Debbie Gurtler4/9/11S
* Back-Door Research Breaks Through Brick Walls (#237)Stephen Ehat3/12/11RT
Back-Door Research Examples (#238)Stephen Ehat3/12/11RT
Strategies for Searching Ancestry.com (#239)Sue Maxwell3/12/11IR
* New Family Search - Future Direction (#234)Ron Tanner2/12/11LDS
The Future of New Family Search - Q and A (#235)Ron Tanner2/12/11LDS
Techniques and Tools for Streamlining Your Research (#236)Laurie Castillo2/12/11RT
* E-Publishing (#230)Barbara Renick1/8/11IR
Fun Ideas for Family History Consultants (#233)Bret Petersen1/8/11LDS
Scandinavian Research on the Internet (#232)Rick Mathews1/8/11RL
Making a List and Checking It Twice (#231)Barbara Renick1/8/11O
Using Google in Family History (#229)Sue Maxwell11/13/10RT
Introduction to Waypointing (#228)Travis Mecham11/13/10LDS
Preserving Your Family History Records Digitally - Q and A (#225)Gary Wright10/9/10H
Family History Books Online (#226)Don Snow10/9/10I R
Vital Records Indexes on the Internet (#227)Laurie Castillo10/9/10IR
Preserving Your Family History Records Digitally (#224)Gary Wright10/9/10H
Connecting New Family Search Ancestors with Original Records (#221)George Ryskamp9/11/10LDS
New Family Search and Original Records - Q and A (#222)George Ryskamp9/11/10LDS
Using Multimedia with PAF (#223)Bret Petersen9/11/10S
FamilySearch Wiki and Forums Q&A (#218)Kara Wahlquist8/14/10LDS
Keeping Your PC Healthy - Jerry Castillo (#219)Jerry Castillo8/14/10S
Using Ancestral Quest to Modify New FamilySearch (#220)Merlin Kitchen8/14/10S
Answers to World-Wide Research Problems Using FamilySearch Wiki and Forumst (#217)Kara Wahlquist8/14/10LDS
Are You My Mother? - Finding Maiden Names (#214)Bret Petersen7/10/10RT
Cemetery Symbolism in Stone (#215)Bret Petersen7/10/10RR
Military Research on the Internet (#216)Laurie Castillo7/10/10RR
How to Light a Fire Under Your Ward (#210)Andrea Schnakenburg6/12/10LDS
The Basics of Photoshop Elements (#212)Barry Ewell6/12/10S
Family Insight: Separating Incorrectly Combined Individuals (#211)Andrea Schnakenburg6/12/10S
MAC or PC: The Best of Both Worlds (#213)Larry Hudgins6/12/10S
Freeware and Shareware for Family History (#207)Don/Diane Snow5/8/10S
Freeware and Shareware for Family History Q&A (#208)Don/Diane Snow5/8/10S
Hardware and Software Q&A (#209)Jerry Castillo5/8/10H
Family Search's Extended Tree and Q and A (#204)Tim Cross4/10/10LDS
Internet Tools for Locating and Using Newspapers (#205)Laurie Castillo4/10/10RR
Family Insight: NewFamilySearch Sync and Ordinance Prep (#206)Andrea Schnakenburg4/10/10S
How to Be A Better Genealogist (#201)Barry Ewell3/13/10RT
Decluttering Your Family History Closet (#203)Ralph Hansen3/13/10O
How to Effectively Conduct Family History Research on the Internet (#200)Barry Ewell3/13/10RT
Solving Problems in New Family Search (#202)George Scott3/13/10LDS
Building Strong Relationships Between Priesthood Leaders and Family History Workers (#197)Art Johnson2/13/10LDS
Getting to Know New FamilySearch #4 (#198)George Scott2/13/10LDS
Genealogy on Your MAC (#199)Venita Parry2/13/10S
Getting to Know New FamilySearch #3 (#195)George Scott1/9/10LDS
Will Your Family History Work Survive the Digital Age? (#194)Janet Hovorka1/9/10H
Comparing New FamilySearch Certified Software (#193)Janet Hovorka1/9/10LDS
Genealogy on Your MAC - Set Up and Enter Data in Reunion (#196)Venita Parry1/9/10S
Easier Scanning (#189)Marlo Schuldt11/14/09H
Scanning Q&A (#190)Marlo Schuldt11/14/09H
Getting to Know New FamilySearch #2 (#191)George Scott11/14/09LDS
Photo Editing and Multimedia on the MAC (#192)Venita Parry11/14/09S
Getting to Know New FamilySearch #1 (#187)George Scott10/10/09LDS
The Genealogy Game show (#186)Robert Raymond10/10/09RT
Genealogy on Your Mac, Sources (#188)Venita Parry10/10/09S
Facebook and Google (#184)Crista Cowen9/12/09RT
If you get Stuck Going Backward - Go Forward: Tracing Descendants of Your Ancestors (#183)Crista Cowen9/12/09RT
Using A Digital Camera To Copy Records (#180)Mary E. V. Hill8/8/09H
How to Teach New FamilySearch to Members (#181)Laurie Castillo8/8/09LDS
Google for Family History (#182)Sue Maxwell8/8/09RT
FamilySearch Support for Family History Consultants (#178)Lance McIntosh7/11/09LDS
What's Coming with New FamilySearch and The Family Tree Project (#179)Ron Tanner7/11/09LDS
Genealogy in 2020 (#175)Beau Sharbrough6/13/09RT
Workshop: Organizing Your Family History System (continued) (#177)Renee Zamora and Ralph Hansen6/13/09O
Medieval Genealogy (#176)Brigham Cheney6/13/09LDS
Discussion: Genealogy Software For the Mac (#174)John McKinney5/9/09S
Organizing Your Family History System - Workshop part 2 (#173)Beth Ann Wiseman5/9/09O
Finding Grandma Q and A (#172)Don/Diane Snow and Linda Westover5/9/09RT
Finding Grandma Through the London Family History Center (#171)Don/Diane Snow and Linda Westover5/9/09RT
Exciting Discoveries in the BYU Special Collections Library (#169)Roger Flick4/11/09RT
Organizing Your Family History System: Workshop Part 1 (#170)Beth Ann Wiseman4/11/09O
The New Search at Ancestry.com (#167)Kendall Hulet3/14/09IR
The Value of the Pedigree Resource File (#168)John Blake3/14/09LDS
Avoiding Pitfalls in Your Research (#165)Jake Gehring2/14/09RT
Using LDS Family History CDs (#166)Pat Andrus2/14/09LDS
FamilySearch Wiki: How It Can Help Now and How It Will Grow This Year (#162)Michael Ritchey1/10/09LDS
Keeping Your PC Healthy (#164)Jerry Castillo1/10/09S
FamilySearch Wiki - Q&A (#163)Michael Ritchey1/10/09LDS
Free Look-Ups and Free Web Sites (#161)Laurie Castillo11/8/08IR
Using Google in Genealogy (#160)Lila Soward11/8/08RT
Using WorldConnect at RootsWeb to Publish and Backup (#159)Gerhard Ruf11/8/08IR
A Practical Guide For Family History Consultants (#156)Pat (Dear Myrtle) Richley10/11/08LDS
Family Pursuit (#157)Michael Martineau10/11/08S
A Record Search Overview (#153)Tim Crabb9/13/08LDS
Roots Magic 3 - Multimedia (#155)Sue Maxwell9/13/08S
LDS Databases (#154)Pat Andrus9/13/08LDS
Danish Research on Web (#152)Sherry Stevens8/9/08RL
Family History Research at BYU - The OTHER Family History Library (#151)Laurie Castillo8/9/08RT
Exploring Legacy 7 (#150)Joel Graham7/12/08S
Using Subscription Services at Your Family History Center (#149)Sue Maxwell7/12/08LDS
Digital Photography in Family History (#148)Marlo Schuldt7/12/08H
Self-Publish the Easy and Free Way (#144)Matt Misbach6/14/08RT
Using Footnote and other Programs in Family History Centers (#146)Robert Raymond6/14/08LDS
Documenting Sources in PAF and New FamilySearch (#145)Duane Dudley6/14/08RT
Tips for Getting Unstuck (#147)Laurie Castillo6/14/08RT
new FamilySearch Synchronization with Ancestral Quest, Family Insight (1 of 2) (#142)Gaylon Findlay and John Vilburn5/10/08LDS
new FamilySearch Synchronization with RootsMagic - QíëŒÇíë_& A session (2 of 2) (#143)Bruce Buzbee5/10/08LDS
Blessings of Knowing My Native American Ancestors (#140)Larry EchoHawk4/12/08I
Managing PHPGedview Web Site #4 (#141)John Finlay4/12/08S
The Future of Family History Centers (#137)Don Anderson3/8/08LDS
The Future of Family History Centers - QíëŒÇíë_&íëŒÇíë_A (#138)Don Anderson3/8/08LDS
Administering PHPGedview Web Site #3 (#139)John Finlay3/8/08S
FamilySearch Web Services and 3rd Party Products (#135)Gordon Clarke2/9/08LDS
Digital Photography for Genealogists (#132)Barry Ewell1/12/08H
Installing and Configuring a PHPGedview Website (#133)John Finlay1/12/08S
FamilySearch indexing and Record Search (#134)Duane Dudley1/12/08LDS
Family History Library Internet Favorites (#129)David Dilts11/10/07S
Sharing Your Genealogy Using PhpGedView (#127)John Finlay10/13/07S
Ancestral Quest V 12 (#126)Gaylon Findlay9/9/07S
Cleaning Up Your PAF Database (#125)Laurie Castillo9/9/07S
GenealogyBank.com - Unique Content for Documenting Your Family Tree (#124)Thomas Kemp9/9/07IR
Using Google in Genealogy (#121)Duane Dudley8/11/07RT
Enhance Your Experience With PAF Wiz 2.0 (#123)Paul Johnson8/11/07S
Where to Find What We've Indexed (#120)Merlin Kitchen7/14/07LDS
Your Genealogy In Your Pocket - PDAs (#118)Beau Sharbrough7/14/07H
Using BLOG and RSS Feeds (#117)Renee Zamora6/9/07IR
Footnote.com (#116)Justin Schroepfer6/9/07IR
Using Voice Recognition In Microsoft Office (#115)Paul Buss5/12/07S
WorldvitalRecords.com (#114)Yvette Arts and Whitney Ransom and Jason McGowan5/12/07IR
Adapting to the Ancestry Change in Family History Centers (#113)Robert Raymond4/14/07IR
A New Property Database & Information about Early LDS Members in Nauvoo & Iowa (#112)Harvey/Susan Easton Black4/14/07I
Family History Consultant Training (part 1) (#109)Merrill White3/10/07LDS
Family History Consultant Training - Q&A (part 2) (#110)Merrill White3/10/07LDS
New England Research on the Internet (#111)Laurie Castillo3/10/07RL
Using Location to Improve Search Results (#108)Rae Lee Steinacker2/10/07RT
Discovering Lost and Hidden Relationships: Using DNA in Family Research (#106)Sasha Masek2/10/07RT
Collaborating with a WIKI: Posting Genealogy and Images (#104)Dallan Quass1/13/07IR
Mapping Your Family History with Family Atlas (#101)Bruce Buzbee11/11/06S
Using Charts in Family History Research (#103)Janet Hovorka11/11/06RT
Care, Repair & Digitization of Old Photographs (#99)Janet Hovorka10/14/06O
PC Computing - Make it All Work (#100)Sue Maxwell10/14/06H
WIKI Pages: Formatting (#95)Solveig Quass8/12/06IR
German Research on the Internet (#94)Laurie Castillo8/12/06RL
WIKI Pages: Getting Started #1 (#92)Solveig Quass7/8/06IR
Creating a Family History Website #6 (#93)Robert Raymond7/8/06IR
Creating A Family History Website: #5 (#90)Robert Raymond6/10/06IR
Platting Land to Identify Family Relationships (#89)Mary E. V. Hill6/10/06RR
Get Your Free RootsWeb Website (#87)Robert Raymond5/13/06IR
Using Wikis for Genealogical Research (#86)Dallan Quass5/13/06IR
Getting from Indexes to Originals (#82)Pat (Dear Myrtle) Richley4/8/06RT
The New Look at NARA.gov (#85)Bret Petersen4/8/06IR
Images Add Interest (#83)Robert Raymond4/8/06IR
Your Website is a Book (#80)Robert Raymond3/11/06IR
Building a Fantastic Map Collection (#79)Holly Hansen3/11/06RR
Creating a Digital Archive (#81)Lynne Shumway3/11/06O
Introduction to HTML (#77)Robert Raymond2/11/06IR
Using the Internet for Scottish Research (#76)Laryn Brown2/11/06RL
Early Membership Records - a Nauvoo Databank (#75)Milt Backman1/14/06RR
Online Census Indexes: Finding Your Hard to Find Ancestors (#73)Laurie Castillo11/12/05RR
RootsMagic 3 & Personal Historian (#70)Bruce Buzbee and Mike Booth10/8/05S
Getting Started with PowerPoint (#69)Gerhard Ruf9/10/05S
Organizing Your Family History Records (#68)John Blake9/10/05RT
Irish Family History Research Web Sites (#63)David Ouimette7/9/05RL
Vital Records Indexes Available on the Web (#64)Laurie Castillo7/9/05RR
Preparing to Visit The Family History Library in SLC (#65)John Blake7/9/05LDS
Building An Exciting Ward Family History Program (#61)Lloya Hall6/11/05LDS
Building and Sharing with PowerPoint - Preliminary Class (#62)Gerhard Ruf6/11/05S
Search Smarts: Fee-based Web Sites (#60)Roger Flick5/14/05LDS
Search Smarts: FamilySearch.org (#57)Roger Flick4/9/05IR
Copyright, The Internet, and Family History (#56)Carl Johnson4/9/05RT
Search Smarts: Genealogical Search Engines (#55)Roger Flick3/12/05IR
Sharing Family History Using PowerPoint (#54)Apryl/Bill Cox3/12/05S
Searching the Internet with Internet Search Engines (#52)Roger Flick2/12/05IR
What's On This Disk? (#53)Duane Dudley2/12/05S
Your Home Library Just Got Bigger (#50)Roger Flick1/8/05IR
Timelines and Chronologies (#48)Geoff Rasmussen11/13/04RT
Update on Digital Roots at BYU (#46)Jeremy Robertson and Joseph Cooper10/9/04IR
Writing a Personal or Family History (#43)Don Norton8/14/04RT
PAF 5: Come alive with Photos (#38)Lee Pitts5/8/04S
Gensmarts - Your Personal Genealogy Advisor (#37)Bret Petersen5/8/04S
Land Records and GPS(Global Positioning Systems) (#35)Ken Head4/10/04RR
Windows Basics (#34)Jerry Castillo3/13/04H
The Internet IGI (#31)Paul Starkey2/14/04IR
Digital Photo Basics (#32)Marlo Schuldt2/14/04H
Research & Service Opportunities at the Family History Library (#29)Don/Vivian Ostler1/10/04LDS
GenMerge (#30)Sue Ditelman1/10/04S
Message Boards, Queries and Mailing Lists (#27)Geoff Rasmussen11/8/03IR
Getting the Most Out ofíëŒÇíë_ USGenWeb (#25)Gerhard Ruf10/11/03IR
GENViewer (#26)Don Snow10/11/03S
LDS and Utah Records (#23)Don Snow9/13/03RL
Digital Relationship Finder roots.cs.byu.edu/digroots/ (#22)William Page8/9/03IR
Using The Pedigree Resource File & PAF Companion (#18)Lynel Shock6/14/03LDS
Census Indexes on the Internet : Where to Find 'Em and How to Use 'Em (#15)Marie Taylor5/10/03IR
Documentation and Evidence:íëŒÇíë_ What Am I Supposed to Document? (#11)Alan Mann3/8/03RT
Let's Improve Your Scanning Skills (#12)Floyd Nordin3/8/03H
Center For Family History & Genealogy at BYUíëŒÇíë_ (#5)Raymond S. Wright10/10/02IR
Cleaning Up Your PAF Database (#6)Don Snow8/10/02S
Family Reunion (#005D)Bruce Buzbee7/13/02IR
1930 US Census (#005C)David Ouimette5/11/02RR
One Great Family: Connecting Humanity (#004A)Alan V. Eaton4/13/02IR
Utah GenWeb Project (#005A)Andy Wold3/9/02IR
Ani Map (#004C)Geoff Rasmussen1/12/02S
Organizing Your Paper Files in a Computer Age (#004B)Mary E. V. Hill9/8/01O
1880 US Census on CD (#4)Ray Madsen8/11/01RR
PAF CompanioníëŒÇíë_5 + PRF (#3)Dennis Meldrum7/9/01S
Technology (#1)Roy Benion5/9/98LDS

Borrowing/Purchasing Videos

Contact Bruce Merrill at (801)802-7343 or via email at video@uvtagg.org to borrow or purchase videos. They may then be picked up at Bruce Merrill’s home or mailed to you for a nominal shipping and handling charge.

Category Key

Category Description
H Hardware and peripherals: Scanners, cameras, storage, GPS, PC, Mac
I Inspire & Motivate
IR Internet Resources
LDS FamilySearch & LDS Support & Resources, FH Consultants
N Not Categorized
O Getting organized, preserving your records and objects
RE Research – Ethnic: Native American, African American, Hispanic, Asiatic, Polynesian
RL Research – Location: British, Irish, Germany, New England, Denmark, Scandinavian, US, Southern States, Midwest
RR Research – Record Types: Land, military, newspaper, church, civil, census, directories, court, tax records
RT Research Techniques: Planning, documenting sources, DNA, publishing, searching, using Libraries, copyright, using maps
S Software: PAF, FTM, AQ, RM, Family Insight, Legacy, Reunion, backup, GEDCOM, PowerPoint, operating systems, virus and malware, scanning