Wednesday, June 1, 2016

SLIG 2017 Highlight: Taking Your Research to the Next Level

Are you ready to take your research skills to the next level?

Paula Stuart-Warren and her expert team of instructors combined the most requested and acclaimed sessions from their past intermediate course series and combined them into one intermediate-level course. 

This is suited for learners beyond beginning stages, who have used online material extensively, aren’t quite ready for an advanced course, but hope to build toward that level.

Learn how to find and understand the records needed to complete missing family history details. Venture beyond online checks and relying on unsourced online trees. Learn about valuable records and strategies to locate them, the benefits of preparing research plans, and how to analyze findings. 

In-depth instruction on 19th--21st century U.S. resources and the methodology for using them prepare learners for more advanced courses. Hands-on experience and a homework project reinforce the lessons. Course instructors offer one-on-one consultations at the Family History Library. A computer lab provides guidance with your personal research.

Paula is a dedicated educator and has teaching genealogists how to elevate their skills at SLIG for over twenty years. She has been a Board-certified genealogist since 1988 and was awarded a fellowship from the Utah Genealogical Association in 2011. To learn more about Paula go to

Registration opens July 9th!

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