• NGS 2018 Family History Conference

    by National Genealogical Society (NGS)

  • Workshop - Putting Skills to Work

    Is a full day of learning focuses on skills needed by any genealogist and advocates established genealogical standards. The morning session is “Planning and Executing Reasonably Exhaustive Research, or How to Ensure a Successful Hunt”. Group practice will make creating a research plan and then executing it, all with genealogy standards, less daunting. The afternoon session is “Citing All Kinds of Online Sources.” Through hands-on activities, participants will learn the citation implications for each of three kinds of online content and four kinds of source-image pairings

    by Connie Lenzen, CG and Thomas W. Jones, PhD, CG, CGL, FASG, FNGS, FUGA

  • Angela's Certification Discussion Group 2018.1 (winter) am

    The goal of this class is to de-mystify the portfolio process, give examples of successful portfolios (but not perfect) and inform on the techniques & methodologies learned along the way.

    by Angela McGhie and Jill Morelli

    GoToMeeting Mondays at noon, January 8, 15, 29, February 5, 12, 19, & 26

  • American Genealogical Studies: Guide to Documentation and Source Citation and Basics

    Is a course for anyone who wants to understand the principles of citation for common sources such as books, periodicals, and a variety of filmed and digitized records.

    by National Genealogical Society (NGS)

    online course

  • American Genealogical Studies: The Basics

    Is a course designed for anyone just starting out or who wants a quick refresher on genealogical principles.

    by National Genealogical Society (NGS)

    online course