Tags » Genealogy Education

Published by Sourceline Blog|Cemeteries: A Research Library for Genealogists

Cemeteries offer a treasure trove of information for the genealogist. Cemetery Location Just knowing the location of the cemetery your ancestor is buried in can give you information or help you to establish more questions to be answered. 22 more words


Published by Genealogy's Star:  The Elements of Research -- Part Twenty-five: The not-so-final conclusion

All things, both good and bad, come to an end sometime and this series is no exception. I guess, what it boils down to is that genealogical research is a rather complex activity and encompasses a huge spectrum of individual interests and goals. 22 more words


Published by Dick Eastman: Society of Genealogists and Pharos Tutors and Tutoring announce a New Joint Programme of Education

The following announcement was written by the Society of Genealogists: Friday 26th June, 2015: The Society of Genealogists & Pharos Teaching & Tutoring today announced a new joint programme of education, the distance learning Certificate of Family History Skills and Strategies (Advanced). 18 more words


Genealogy Education on the Web

I am starved for education in my favorite activity, GENEALOGY!  One of the best “affordable” online genealogy education sites I have found is Legacy Family Tree Webinars.   112 more words

Let's Talk about YOUR Genealogy

Here’s a great opportunity for those in Central Iowa (Ames) to get some expert help with those “brick walls” in their own family research.

The Story County Genealogy Society has teamed up with the Ames Public Library to sponsor two workshops this summer, free of charge, at the library. 102 more words

Ames Iowa

Free Genealogy Classes, Tutorials, Webinars, and Online Learning

Everyone likes “free”, right? And genealogists love to keep learning.  Here are a few resources I have come across that provide both.  They range from short videos to full multi-class college courses. 291 more words

Research Tips

Genealogy Do-Over~Week 6

Week 6: 6 Feb – 12 Feb 2015

* Evaluating Evidence
Is the source original or derivative? Primary information or secondary or even tertiary? Direct or indirect evidence or unknown? 800 more words