Join Me for a Live Online Webinar on Facebook Live

I would like to invite you to attend a free live webinar on Wednesday, June 17 at 2pm Eastern U.S. Time. I will be discussing “Research Methods, Sources, and Citations.” You can join in at the appointed time at

To convert 2pm Eastern U.S. Time to your local time zone, use any of the web-based time zone conversion services by starting at:

See you there!


could you please tell me if we can not watch it live will we be able to go to face book or to you tub and watch it at another time. I really would like to see it but will be unable to watch it at that time. Thanks for the help in this matter.


Is this webinar going to be recorded? I have a doc appointment at that time. thanks, Trudy


I’d like to attend this session but it is too difficult to figure out what time it will be in my neck of the woods. I can’t find a world clock that will transfer to UTC-3. Since most of your viewers will probably be in North America, would it be possible to state the time as American Time Zones?


    Where are you located? During Daylight Savings Time, UTC-3 would be in the Atlantic Time Zone in the Maritime provinces of Canada. The time there would be at 3pm. Of course, there is always Newfoundland where it will be 3:30pm. Yes, the Newfoundlanders like to be different.

    —> Since most of your viewers will probably be in North America,

    Probably most but certainly not all. On the last webinar I presented, we had attendees from Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii, several European countries, 2 or 3 in South America, and one from an island in the Caribbean. The coordinator (or master of ceremonies) usually is in Israel. The webinar was held in the middle of the night in some of those countries but these are gung-ho genealogists!


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