Paula Stuart-Warren, CG, FMGS, FUGA
It's time. We all reach the point where we need to learn about other resources and delve more deeply into those we already know. This is the way we take our research to a higher level, solve problems, and advance our family history. This course provides in-depth learning on 19th-21st century U.S. resources and the methodology for using them. We probe deeper into the content, origin, location, and interpretation of records. It's not just listening to lectures, but interactive classroom time that takes you beyond basic research tools. On-site Family History Library support and a computer lab from course instructors provide one-on-one assistance and guidance with your own research.
Experience researching in a variety of records and repositories, familiarity with FamilySearch.org and other family history websites, reviewing at least one basic genealogy guide, and previous classroom learning related to family history.
Students are encouraged to bring a laptop computer or tablet for project work during the week.
Luana Darby, MLIS, AG
Debra Mieszala, CG
Bio:Paula is a Certified Genealogist® working in genealogical and historical research, consulting, and writing. She focuses on unusual resources, manuscripts, problem solving, and Native Americans. Paula has researched onsite across the U.S. She’s been a Course Coordinator for SLIG since 1997, lectured at National Genealogical Society and Federation of Genealogical Societies conferences, and in 30 states and Canada.
A former officer of the Association of Professional Genealogists, and former board member of the Minnesota Genealogical Society, she is currently on the Board of Directors of the FGS. She is a faculty member of the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh. She has written for Ancestry Magazine, FGS FORUM, NGS Magazine, New England Ancestors, Minnesota Genealogist, and has her own blog, GenealogybyPaula.com.
For more information about this course please visit www.slig.ugagenealogy.com