Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Back to School: Genealogy Style

As students of all levels prepare to begin a new school year, it's a good time to consider signing up for an online genealogy course. GenClass has a number of offerings coming up in September for the affordable price of $34.50 per course (8 lessons, plus instruction and chats from leading experts in genealogy).

09-Jewish Genealogy: Internet (Part 2)
This class builds on the basics course, providing detailed information about search engines, general genealogy sites, Jewish genealogy sites.

Duration:4 Weeks from September 1, 2008

09-Adoption Investigative Class - September 1, 2008
Detailed search advice and assistance for successfully locating and reuniting adoptees and birth families.

Duration:4 Weeks from September 1, 2008

09-Brick Wall Research - September 1, 2008
Brick Walls are common in genealogy. Learn tips, tricks, solutions and strategies to bust through them.

Duration:4 Weeks from September 1, 2008

09-Lost Friends and Family Investigative Class - September 1, 2008
Detailed search advice and assistance on the methods to use for successfully tracing "lost" relatives and friends.

Duration:4 Weeks from September 1, 2008

09-Native American Genealogy - September 1, 2008
Learn how to start your research for your Native American Ancestors.

Duration:4 Weeks from September 1, 2008

09-Organizing Your Family History - September 1, 2008
Learn the techniques to ensure efficient organisation of your research.

Duration:4 Weeks from September 1, 2007

09-Scottish Genealogy - September 1, 2008
This extensive class will provide a detailed description of what you need to know to track your Scottish ancestry.

Duration:4 Weeks from September 1, 2008

09-Research in the Great Lakes States - September 1, 2008
This course will focus on generalized and locality specific resources of six area states -Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin.

Duration:4 Weeks from September 1, 2008

You can attend these classes from home. So, why not consider taking one or more to brush up on your research skills or learn about a new technique or facet of family history?

Click here to register for the course of your choice.

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