Between March and May, the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland ran a ten-week lecture series entitled Your Family Tree. These lectures explored some of the key archival sources available to family historians and were presented by specialists from a number of Northern Ireland repositories including PRONI. If you weren't able to attend them in person, you'll be pleased to know they have now been uploaded to PRONI's You-Tube channel.
Just click on the link for each lecture. Most run for around 40–50minutes. The main exception is Tracing WW1 Ancestors, which is 1hr 40mins long, and includes three lectures from a separate conference exploring the stories of Irish women during the First World War.
Getting Started, with Janet Hancock
Using Street Directories, with Des McCabe
Using Church Records, with Valerie Adams
Tracing World War One Ancestors, with Ian Montgomery
Using Education Records, with Valerie Adams
Using Workhouse Records, with Janet Hancock
Using Valuation Records, with William MacAfee
Using Landed Estate Records, with Stephen Scarth
Using Court, Prison and Coroners Records, with Wesley Geddis
Using the General Register Office, with Emma Elliott.