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Are oral history interviews part of your family history research strategy? Don’t pass up the opportunity to capture the memories and stories of your loved ones.
I recently gave a webinar for Legacy Family Tree Webinars about my best practices for planning and recording these types of interviews. Since this webinar is part of their annual Webtember conference, the recording is available for free through the month of September instead of the usual one-week window.
This Webinar & Recording
Capturing their Stories: Best Practices for Recording Family History Interviews
Family history interviews are invaluable sources for our genealogy research that can also be converted into meaningful keepsake gifts for family. Explore tips and free or inexpensive tools to use with your smartphone, tablet, or laptop to capture family interviews in-person or from afar via Zoom. Learn best practices for planning and directing your interviews.
- Recording: Available in the Webinar Library
- FREE for Webtember 2023 (through September 30, 2023)
- Then available to Legacy Family Tree Webinar subscribers
- Handout: Available to Legacy Family Tree Webinar subscribers
About Legacy Family Tree Webinars
Legacy Family Tree Webinars produces a regular series of high quality educational webinars on a variety of genealogy topics, for all levels of experience. Live webinars are available free to the public. However, a subscription membership provides on-demand access to their robust library of previously recorded webinars and a copy of the presentation handout.
I factor an annual membership ($49.95) into my genealogy education plan and budget.