Looking for a way to sharpen the saw without having to attend an entire conference? The Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy will be hosting evening classes taught by nationally-known genealogists on a variety of subjects. Classes will be $10 at the door.
TUESDAY January 8
Derek Dobson "FamilySearch Indexing-A new key to unlocking digial records" (this class is free)
Alan Mann "Shaping the Future of Family History: New Sites and Insights"
or Elissa Scalise Powell "Eating an Elephant: Organizing Large Projects"
WEDNESDAY January 9
John Colletta "Using Original and Derivative Sources: How to Evaluate Evidence"
or Mary Hill "Organizing Your Paper Files in a Computer Day-and-Age (part 1)"
Mary Hill "Organizing Your Paper Files in a Computer Day-and-Age (part 2)"
or Barry J. Ewell "How to Conduct, Records, Edit and use Oral and Audiovisual Interviews"
THURSDAY January 10
Pat Hatcher "Writing for Scholarly Journals"
or Elissa Scalise Powell "Rubik's Cube Genealogy: A New Twist on Your Old Data"
Pat Hatcher "Techniques to Help Good Genealogists Become Even Better"
or John Colletta "Discoverings the Stories of Your Immigrant Ancestors"
Questions? See https://www.infouga.org/members/choose_event.php for more information.
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