22 December 2007

GenClass: January-March classes

GenClass.com offers online, short-term, fact-packed courses in a multitude of relevant subjects.

You might want to add one or more of these classes to your holiday wishlist!

Most of the founding instructors previously taught these successful online classes at MyFamily.com, and new staffers have since joined. The group now represents instructors living in the US, Canada, England, Scotland and Israel.

Classes for January, February and March 2008 are now open for registration, and include Jewish Basic Research and Jewish Internet Research. Micha Reisel and I team-teach those two classes.

In addition, new instructor Alexandra Goldberg will offer "Genealogy for Kids" in January. If you are wondering how to get your children interested in this quest, this might be the perfect introduction.

The classes will help prepare newcomers or more advanced researchers by providing essential tools and information.

Class offerings:

January 2008

Adoption Investigative Class
Canadian Research - Internet Resources - Part 1
Genealogy for Kids
Jump Start your Genealogy!
Lost Friends and Family Investigative Class
Native American Genealogy
Salt Lake City: Part 1 - the Largest Genealogical Library in the World!
Write Your Family History Step-by-Step

February 2008

Adoption Investigative Class
Basic English Research
"Brick Wall" strategies
Canadian Research - Internet Resources - Part 2
Eastern European Genealogy Research: Part 1 (Basic)
Family Tree Maker 2008 - Advanced
Lost Friends and Family Investigative Class
Jewish Genealogy: Researching on the Internet (Part 2)
Northeastern United States Genealogy
Salt Lake City: Part 2 - the Largest Genealogical Library in the World!
Scottish Genealogy

March 2008

Adoption Investigative Class
Canadian Research - Internet Resources - Part 3
Eastern European Genealogy Research: Part 2 (Intermediate)
Family Tree Maker 2008 - The Basics
Genealogy Research in the Great Lakes States
Lost Friends and Family Investigative Class
Native American Genealogy
Organizing Your Family History
Salt Lake City: Part 1 - the Largest Genealogical Library in the World!

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