Tuesday, 20 May is GRIP Genealogy Institute Registration

I’m excited. Only 2 more days until registration opens. It’s an online registration process. A few more reasons to register for the Digging Deeper: Records, Tools, and Skills course for which I am the Coordinator and one of the instructors. It will be taking place online from 23-28 June in the 2024 GRIP Genealogy Institute. […]

More Digging Deeper Sessions for June 2024, GRIP

Four Tuesday sessions, June 24, 2024 Virtual GRIP Institute PERSI: Using the Periodical Source Index  (Cari Taplin)In this session, we will take a look at Allen County Public Library’s Periodical Source Index (PERSI). We will examine its history and purpose, and its new interface at the ACPL website. Participants will also gain valuable tips and […]

2024 GRIP “Digging Deeper: Records, Tools, and Skills” Course Details

Update: The GRIP website is finally live! https://grip.ngsgenealogy.org/ This week I am sharing some additional details on the 2024 GRIP Course, “Digging Deeper: Records, Tools, and Skills.” I will post over several days due to the length of all the details. Watch for those details on the individual sessions in upcoming posts about this course […]

GRIP Genealogy Institute Summer 2024 Pricing

The long-running and fabulous Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (GRIP or GRIP Genealogy Institute) is now part of the National Genealogical Society. Registration opens 20 February 2024 and NGS promises a full website soon. Among the many courses offered, I will once again be coordinating and teaching the intermediate level course “Digging Deeper: Records, Tools, […]

IGHR Announces 2024 Virtual Genealogy Course Lineup

The Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research will take place virtually in 2024 from Sunday July 21st through Friday July 26th. With thirteen courses to choose from we are certain to have educational opportunities for everyone in genealogy. Mark your calendars: registration will begin on March 9, 2024. We are busy working on preparations for […]

Genealogists! IGHR has a new Executive Director! You may know this name.

Today’s Press Release is of great interest! Cyndi Ingle has been a long-time friend, both personally and genealogically. IGHR is a long-standing and well-known institute. I attended the excellent virtual course on New York research this past July. The details from the Georgia Genealogical Society: I am delighted to share with you that Cyndi Ingle […]

Genealogy immersion for the presenters and the students equals deep education

Over the past two weeks, I presented a total of 17 lectures and led several discussion groups as part of two genealogical institutes. Then I rested a bit for a couple days. Watching baseball is one passion that relaxes me. One institute was the Texas Institute of Genealogical Research and the other was the Genealogical […]