World Vital Records Now MyHeritage Library Edition

MyHeritageLibraryWorld Vital Records was recently purchased by EBSCO. They have now launch it as MyHeritage Library Edition™ which has been created specifically for library patrons who are looking into their own roots or doing scholarly research of historical sources that document the lives of individuals and groups of people.

MyHeritage Library Edition was created to make it easier for people around the world to discover their heritage and strengthen their bonds with family and friends. My Heritage enables users of all ages and means to satisfy their curiosity and enjoy the thrill of discovering their family history at the click of a button.”

MyHeritage now offers libraries a one-stop shop to help families around the world effortlessly discover and preserve their unique history. Not only can they research original records, but the users can also access the family trees created by MyHeritage users around the world, enabling them to build connections and share research. Its flagship technologies, Smart Matching™ and Record Matching, connect family trees and relevant historical records; and the unique Record Detective™ technology takes research one step further by recommending additional records for each discovered record.

MyHeritage has the widest selection of historically valuable and internationally diverse genealogical content on the market today. Its intuitive interface is available in 40 languages, enabling researchers to seamlessly cross both geographical and language barriers. The data repository contains rich genealogical documents, including birth, death, and marriage records from 48 countries; the complete US and UK censuses; immigration, military, and burial records; and more than 1.5 billion family tree profiles created by users all from around the world. In addition to its already unparalleled collection of documents, MyHeritage Library Edition continues to add more than one million records each day.

For now you can still find a link under World Vital Records but there is also a link for MyHeritage Library Edition as well.