22 April 2016

WDYTYA? Live speaker handouts and some lectures FREE to access

Event is now past and you can still learn from it!  Read below about how.

Many are familiar with WDYTYA?  Did you know that it started as a UK series on the BBC? Did you know that since 2006 there has been a Who Do you Think you Are? Live program in the UK and that it’s massive?

Well, even if you did know about all that, did you know that some of the programs and handouts are available online and for FREE?

I might have gotcha with that one.

The Society of Genealogists (SOG) has a collection of handouts (also includes handouts from 2014 & 2015). Handouts from 2013 are here.

DNA Lectures given are available on this YouTube channel.  The event itself also has a YouTube channel though it only seems to have a few older video clips.

If you know of any other resources available from this event, please let me know.

Again, just because you cannot attend event, doesn’t mean that you cannot still share in some of what happened and learn from experts, whether near or far.

Which WDYTYA? Live handout or video did you find most helpful?

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