Sunday, July 9, 2017

Registration Ongoing for SLIG 2018

Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy (SLIG) continues registration for the January 21-26, 2018 institute with courses and rooms available at the Hilton SLC Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. Saturday, July 8, was the first day of registration for SLIG 2018.

While the two courses Advanced Genealogical Methods and Establishing Proof with DNA  were filled in the first 10 minutes, there continues to be one seat left in the Pennsylvania German Research taught by Michael D. Lacopo.

Advanced Legal Concepts for Genealogy by Judy G. Russell, Advanced Land Tools: Maps with Richard C. Sayre and Digging Deeper: Pre-1837 English Research  by Paul Milner are filling fast.

Many other course options are still available. Consider registering to attend Original Source Repositories by John Philip Colletta and Taking Your Research to the Next Level by Paula Stuart-Warren.

For those seeking regional and/or ethnic research, seats remain in the following courses: Researching Your Swedish and Finnish Ancestors, In-Depth Sources for Portuguese Research, Exploring Quaker Records--At Home and Abroad and the Research in the Great Lakes Region.

The Advanced Evidence Analysis Practicum by Angela Packer McGhie presents a challenging and popular experience for those seeking to prepare research in a professional manner.  Family historians might consider a new course being offered, Writing and Publishing Family Histories in the Digital Age by Dina C. Carson.

Register today! SLIG 2018 will be fun! There is something for everybody! C'mon--join us in January!

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