Just a reminder that registration is open now for GenClass's new March and April classes. Several new courses will be offered, and the line-up includes many useful topics for readers of this blog.
Jewish Genealogy - Researching on the Internet (Part 2): Focus on finding the information you need on the web, search engines, general and Jewish Web sites, building on Part 1's basic skills.
If you plan to attend the 27th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy this summer in Salt Lake City, consider this two-part class:
Salt Lake City: the Largest Genealogical Library in the World! (Part 1): Using the Internet, access the largest genealogical library in the world. Perform searches, knowledgeably; and understand what you've found. Part 2 (in April) will take you into sections most people never use.
If you use Family Tree Maker software and want to get more out of it, Family Tree Maker 16 (Advanced) demonstrates advanced features such as books, trees, reports and web sites.
Eastern European Genealogy Research: Part 2 (Intermediate): Continues from the basic class, and focuses on expanding research beyond your own family into a more community-oriented protocol.
Other March classes are Adoption Investigative Class, Lost Friends and Family Investigative Class and Native American Genealogy, while new classes in April are Jump Start your Genealogy, Basic English Research, Canadian Research (Part 1), Genealogical Research in the Great Lakes Statesand Scottish Genealogy (Intro).
Go to GenClass for all details, instructors and registration.