FamilySearch has a number of excellent resources for researchers to pore over in search of individual, location, and topical information. These are sections we highly recommend.
Note: You will need a free FamilySearch login to view the material at these links.
The largest shared family tree in the world, editable by anyone. Information about living individuals is masked.
This annual event has hundreds of live and virtual sessions on a huge variety of topics (not just technology!) that are useful to researchers at all levels. Many videos from past sessions are available after the event.
Links to full-text books and publications available for you to read and download. Some require you to login at an LDS FamilySearch Center or affiliated library.
Users can upload stories, photos, documents, and more to share with others for free.
What resources exist for you to expand your research? Start with suggestions among billions of microfilm images!
Join in the crowd-sourced efforts to get more records indexed!
FamilySearch Genealogies is a large directory of family trees people and organizations have shared. FamilySearch organizes the information into collections.
This section is loaded with fun and informative activities for you and others in your family to learn and share, even with those who may not be as interested in heritage and research.
FamilySearch Site Map (quick links in a menu format)