22 January 2009

GenClass.com: A new year, a new format

GenClass.com offers many genealogy classes in diverse topics, and is now using an improved format for these practical and economical online classes. Think of the new format as providing a personal genealogy tutor for each student.

GenClass instructors are excited as it will provide a greater opportunity to work more closely with each student in a more effective and enjoyable learning experience.

Each class is designed in an independent study format where each student works at his or her own pace on eight lessons (two per week) over four weeks, and interacts via e-mail with the instructor, who may also schedule optional class chats.

February's lineup - registration open now - includes the following:

Jewish Internet Genealogy
Adoption Investigative Class
Basic English Research
Brick Wall Research
Canadian Research - Internet Resources - Part 3
Eastern European Genealogy Research: Part 1 (Basic)
Jumpstart your Genealogy!
Salt Lake City: Part 1 - the Largest Genealogical Library in the World!
Scottish Genealogy

Click each class to learn more.

Want to plan ahead? March classes include: Australian and New Zealand Genealogy, Canadian Research - Internet Resources - Part 1, Eastern European Genealogy Research: Part 2 (Intermediate), Family Tree Maker 2009 - The Basics, Finding your Female Ancestors, Jumpstart your Genealogy, Lost Friends and Family Investigative Class, Native American Genealogy, Organizing Your Family History, Salt Lake City: Part 2, the Largest Genealogical Library in the World.

For other details, click GenClass.com.

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