MSOG is committed to genealogical education and is proud to now offer its members a webinar series of additional learning opportunities. This series is presented through the GoToWebinar software.

Once you register, you will receive an email with a link that will take you to the GoToWebinar website, where the software can be downloaded for free. You will need headphones or speakers to hear the presentation. There is no need for anyone other than the speaker to share their webcam during the presentation. You will be asked to evaluate each webinar and the results of the evaluations will be shared with the speakers. Begun in the 2015/16 Membership Year, our monthly webinar series is for members only!

Please contact the Research & Education Committee at if you have any questions or would like to volunteer to present.

Registration is required for attendance. The MSOG webinar series is available as a member benefit. Registration, handouts, and recordings will be made available only for members — for up to three months after the live presentation for those members who cannot attend. 

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Webinar News

November Webinar: The Wonderful World of WikiTree

Date: Thursday, November 12thTopic: The Wonderful World of WikiTreePresenter: Hillary Gadsby Join us Thursday, November 12th when Hilary Gadsby of Wales, UK will talk with us about the Wonderful World of WikiTree! WikiTree is one of the newer kids on the block and has...

May Webinar: Lucidcharts

May 19, 2020 Presenter: Emily Hackett-Fiske Bio: Topic: Learn how Lucidchart, an online diagram and visualization application, can help create genealogical diagrams and charts with ease. The online application gives the user freedom when developing charts, such as...

April Webinar: Getting into Genealogy

April 21, 2020, 7:00 PM - 8:30PM Presenter: Diane Brooks-Sherry, President, Merrimack Valley Chapter TOPIC: Just how does one get started researching their family tree? This program is meant to answer that question and provide additional information on local resources...