Sunday, March 16, 2014

Fearless Females: Educational Resource: Special Women's History Month Offer from the National Institute for Genealogical Studies


To help celebrate Women's History Month, the National Institute for Genealogical Studies is offering a special 25% off discount, good for one of the following three courses:

1) Research: Grandmothers, Mothers & Daughters-Tracing Women - Our female ancestors played significant roles in history. Yet, researching and writing about the women in our families can be a daunting task. If you have hit a brick wall in the quest to find information about your female ancestors, this course covers strategies and key sources to assist you with your research and show you how to document “her” story.  Click here to view the course outline. 

2) Writing Your Family History Book - Recording interesting family stories is essential if you want future generations to read your family history book. This course will help you write the story of your life or your ancestors'' lives. Techniques for researching the facts, remembering the events, writing the text, adding visuals with graphics or pictures and finally reproducing your book will all be discussed. Click here to view the course outline.

3) Connecting Family: Online and Virtually - Computers and the Internet have revolutionized the way families communicate. This course will highlight a few specific ways to use your computer and the Internet to build and strengthen family ties. Click here to view the course outline. 

The promotion coupon code is: grand2014pe and is good until the end of this month.

Visit the National Institute for Genealogical Studies to register online or by telephone, or to learn more about the offer and the courses. 

A special thanks to Director, Louise St. Denis for this special offer, and to Gena Philibert-Ortega for assisting in arranging it.

The National Institute for Genealogical Studies was established to assist all genealogists---from family historians to practising professionals---by providing studies in a variety of genealogical topics. Education provides an important role in raising levels of personal and visible growth and in the certification or accreditation of genealogists.  Click here to learn more about the Institute's mission.


[Disclaimer:  I work as an instructor for the NIGS and have received compensation for course development].

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