This past week has been a whirlwind of genealogy education. I’ll give you a recap of the highlights on Monday. In the meantime, I’m sure you’re on the edge of your seat to hear the lineup for next year’s Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy, so … drum roll …
- American Research and Records: Focus on Localities, with Paula Stuart Warren, CG, FUGA
- Bridging the 1780-1830 Gap: New England to the Midwest (and points in between) with D. Joshua Taylor
- English Research
- German Research
- A Genealogist’s Guide to the Internet Galaxy, by Thomas MacEntee
- Researching in Washington DC Without Leaving Home, with Rick Sayre, CG and Pam Sayre CG, CGL
- Advanced Genealogical Methods, with Thomas Jones Ph.D., CG, CGL, FASG, FUGA
- Hanging out a Shingle: Genealogy Marketing and Business Practices, with Crista Cowan
- Producing a Quality Family Narrative, with John Philip Colletta Ph.D., FUGA
- Principles of Forensic Genealogy, with Melinde Lutz Byrne and in partnership with Boston University
- Advanced Evidence Analysis Practicum, with Angela McGhie
- Problem Solving, with Judith Hansen, AG, MLS
Now that you have the list, the hard part will be determining which course to take!
The Institute will be held January 14-18, 2013. Registration opens June 2, 2012, so circle that date on your calendar!