For sixteen years, genealogy researchers have basked in an exciting week of in-depth learning. The majority also took the opportunity for personal research at the renowned Family History Library.
In 2010,the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy will take place January 11-15, taught by expert genealogists, such as Paula Stuart-Warren, Thomas W. Jones, Kory Meyerink, John Philip Colletta, Mary E.V. Hill, Barbara Renick, Patricia Law Hatcher, Craig Scott, Elissa Scalise Powell, Karen Clifford, John M. Kitzmiller, Debby Horton, and Kahlile Mehr.
BECOME more effective with:
Computers and Technology
Accreditation and Certification Preparation
Personal Project Problem Solving
EXPLORE the many possibilities of the records of:
Central and Eastern Europe
Mid-Atlantic States (New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland)
American Records and Research
Producing a Quality Family Narrative
American Land and Court Records
U.S. Military Records
Choose one of the above courses for an extensive learning experience. Classes finish in the afternoon each day allowing research time at the FAMILY HISTORY LIBRARY, located just two blocks away.
In addition, there are 15 optional evening classes on dynamic topics ranging from maximizing Internet searching to solving research problems to organizing what you find. So much to choose from! These classes are open to all for a minimal price.
No matter which course you attend, you will have improved skills by January 15th. Why wait? The early bird special ends November 15, 2009. For more information and to enroll online, visit www.infouga.org.