06 October 2010

Back to school: Online gen classes begin, Oct. 11

It's back to family history school on October 11 with Family Tree University classes.

New classes this term at the education site of Family Tree Magazine include Death Records 101, Cemetery Research 101 and a two-week sampler class called "Discover Your Family Tree."

Here are all the classes offered at Family Tree University:
  • Advanced Google for Genealogists: Techniques to Take Your Research to the Next Level
  • Build a Family Website: Make a Site for Your Family in Four Weeks
  • Cemetery Research 101: Dig Up Your Family History
  • Creating a Family History Book: Start-to-Finish Guidance for Assembling and Printing a Family Keepsake
  • Death Records 101: Find What Your Ancestors Left Behind
  • Digital Photography Essentials: Techniques to Capture and Preserve Your Family History
  • Discover Your Family Tree: Genealogy for the Absolute Beginner
  • Exploring City Directories: How to Trace Your Family in Yesterday’s Yellow Pages
  • Find Your German Roots: From America to Deutschland
  • Finding African-American Ancestors in Newspapers: Research Strategies for Success
  • Finding Ancestors in the US Census: Online and Offline Research Strategies
  • Finding Your Ancestral Village: Strategies and Tools to Pinpoint Your Family’s Place of Origin
  • Google Earth for Genealogists: Plot Your Ancestors’ Lives
  • Google Tools for Genealogists: Four Resources to Enhance Your Family History
  • Land Records 101: Using Deeds, Plats, Patents and More
  • Mastering Google Search: Secrets to Smarter, Faster Online Research
  • Newspaper Research 101: Find Your Ancestors in American News Sources
  • Organize Your Genealogy: Get Your Research in Order (and Keep It That Way)
  • Published Genealogies: How to Use Others’ Research to Grow Your Family Tree
  • Research in Foreign Records: How to Find Your Family Across the Pond
  • Reverse Genealogy: Working Forward to Break Down Brick Walls
  • Trace Your Polish Roots: Strategies for Searching in the US and Poland
  • Tracing Immigrants: How to Research Your Family’s American Arrivals
  • US Military Records: Trace Your Ancestors’ Service
  • US Vital Records: Researching Births, Marriages, Deaths and Divorces
  • Writing Your Family Memoir: Create a Capitvating Record of Your Family’s Story
For more information on classes, instructors, cost and registration, click here.

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