On the last Thursday of the month, the NZSG Education Portfolio are making presentations to provide information on and promote NZSG resources. You can join them live by checking out our Events Calendar for a link, or watch them here afterwards. These presentations are available to everyone, so let your friends know!
In addition to these, we have a selection of other Video and Audio Presentations you might find interesting.
In Case You Missed It 2023/24
In our January 2024 presentation, Sarah Hewitt talks about things NZSG put in place in 2023, and takes a sneak peak at what's coming up in 2024.
Le Quesnoy Project with Christine Barbour
In our November 2023 presentation, Christine Barbour talks about the project she led to identify the soldiers who survived the Battle of Le Quesnoy on 4 November 1918. The information from this project is on the December 2023 Kiwi Collection update, as well as being contributed to the New Zealand Liberation Museum Te Arawhata at Le Quesnoy.
In our August 2023 presentation, Robyn Williams shows us some of the resources available to members once their research takes them outside of New Zealand.
Whakanuia te whanaungatanga: Using DNA test results to connect with whānau and whakapapa
In July 2023 and to celebrate Puanga Matariki, we welcomed NZSG member Elena Fowler. Her presentation entitled Whakanuia te whanaungatanga: Using DNA test results to connect with whānau and whakapapa is a great introduction to DNA. Elena has produced a number of more detailed presentations that you can find on her YouTube channel.
Using DNA for Family History
In our May 2023 presentation, Sarah Hewitt presents a case study of how DNA can be used to help break down more distant brick walls in your family history.
In our March 2023 presentation, Sarah Hewitt talks about the many Collections that NZSG has available.
Choosing Genealogical Software
In our February presentation, John Soppet from the Genealogical Computing Group talks about Choosing Genealogical Software. There is an accompanying handout on the Genealogical Computing Group page.
In Case You Missed It
In our January presentation, Sarah Hewitt talks about things NZSG put in place in 2022, and takes a sneak peak at what's coming up in 2023.
The NZSG's Kiwi Collection
In our November presentation, Sarah Hewitt gives an overview of the Kiwi Collection.
Exploring With the Library Cat
In our October presentation, Robyn Williams gives an overview on using the NZSG Library Catalogue.
Treasures in the Depths - the NZSG Website
In our first presentation, Megan Orme-Whitlock provides an overview of our website, highlighting resources available to non-members and the additional resources available to our members.