The following is an announcement from the Utah Genealogical Association:
One of the most popular educational forums in the country, the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy, is set for 10-14 January, 2005 in Salt Lake City. This seminar offers nine courses, each tailored to a specific research topic that provides 20 hours of classroom instruction, taught by nationally known, experienced researchers.
Personal research time is especially productive with easy accessibility to the Family History Library, the world's largest repository of genealogical records. Upcoming courses include American Records and Research; Mid-South States Research; English Research; Researching Romance Language Areas (families from Italy, France, Portugal, Spain, and Latin America); Colonial American Research; Effective Software Use in Genealogy; Teaching Genealogy; U.S. Military Records; and Producing a Quality Family History.
In addition, a special problem-solving course allows an individual to work on one of his or her own research projects, in lieu of classroom instruction. Students meet in an assigned group of six students with two consultants for two hours each day to discuss their specific problems and then to use the resources of the Family History Library for research.
To register, visit www.infouga.org today! For questions, email us at email@example.com or call 1-888-INFO-UGA.