There are lots of online choices this week, too many to include. Additional mainly US events are listed at https://conferencekeeper.org/virtual.
All times are ET except as noted. Those in red are Canadian, bolded if local to Ottawa or recommended. Assume registration in advance is required; check so you’re not disappointed.
TUESDAY 17 JANUARY
2:30 pm: Reaching Local Youth by Raising the Dead, by Mona Vance-Ali for Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center.
8 pm: Document Analysis: Digging into Details, by Angela Packer McGhie for Legacy Family Tree Webinars and BCG.
WEDNESDAY 18 JANUARY
2 pm: Exploring the Records in a Slave Owning Community, by Bernice Alexander Bennett for Legacy Family Tree Webinars.
7 pm: Thinking Outside the “Strawberry Box”: exploring New Heritage Conservation Tools in Carlington, by Avery Marshall and Greg MacPherson for Heritage Ottawa.
7 pm: The Black Swamp Gang, by Dave Town for Orillia Museum of Art & History.
THURSDAY 19 JANUARY
7 am (sic): Comment retrouver ses cousins d’Amérique du Nord grâce aux collections MyHeritage, avec Marie Cappart pour Legacy Family Tree Webinars.
2:30 pm: UK Records of Education – from ragged school to university, by Else Churchill for Glamorgan Family History Society. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/records-of-education-from-ragged-school-to-university-tickets-436102513357
6:30 pm: Introduction to New Hampshire Genealogy, by Robert Cameron Weir for Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center.
FRIDAY 20 JANUARY
2 pm: Foundational Concepts & Reference Tools for Mexican Genealogy, by Colleen Robledo Greene for Legacy Family Tree Webinars.
7 pm: Navigating FultonHistory.com, by ? for Niagara Peninsula Branch OGS.
SATURDAY 21 JANUARY
10 am: Unusual Family History – What lies beneath, by SheriLyn Bell for Kingston Branch OGS.
1 pm: Transcribing Goulbourn Project (Ottawa), by Sarah Holla, for Ottawa Branch OGS.
1 pm: OnLand for Genealogists, by Ken McKinlay for Quinte Branch OGS.