- Are you not sure where to go next after exhausting many online resources?
- Do you think the are more online resources you don’t know about?
- Wish you had a highly experienced genealogy professional with whom to discuss your research?
- Want to take other courses at an institute but know you aren’t quite ready to keep up?
- Thinking about learning more about analysis and methodology?
- Need to know you do have a pretty good grasp on genealogy?
- Need to learn in-depth about a number of records?
- Wish you had some assistance at the Family History Library?
- Been away from family history research for a while?
Then join us at the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy’s intermediate course from 11-15 January 2016. For all these reasons and more, this is the course for you. SLIG’s Course Intermediate U.S. Records and Research, Part II will handle all those questions and more.
Part 1 was offered this past January and will return in 2017. These two parts do not need to be taken in any specific order. Students that took this course years ago, return for a refresher when a number of years has passed! Plus the session content and the syllabus are always being updated by the instructors. The changes in the field of family history are numerous and often.
This course offers greater understanding of records, learning more unusual resources, one-on-one consultations at the Family History Library, a computer lab session, and some surprises.
Please join me, Debbie Mieszala, CG and Josh Taylor, MA, MLS, for a great week of learning, some fun, and camaraderie that is amazing. If you have any questions, please add it in the comments for this post. If you are thinking winter is not the time to be in Salt Lake City, you couldn’t be more wrong. It’s warmer than my home state of Minnesota. The sidewalks and streets are kept clear if there is snow. (I have been there many times in January when we barely saw snow).
More than 600 of your fellow genealogists have taken this course over the years. What are you waiting for? Visit the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy website to learn more and to register.
© 2015, Paula Stuart-Warren. All rights reserved.