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INTRODUCTION TO GENEALOGY RESEARCH ON THE INTERNET
This 4 week course is an introduction to doing research on the Internet. Some topics will include:
- Separating fact from fiction when visiting Genealogy websites.
- How to find difficult to find records online.
- The major Genealogy portals and communities
- Understanding the Internet Culture for Genealogy
- Understanding the Internet Blogsphere for Genealogy
- Using Facebook and Twitter to find family.
- This 4 week class is taught online and will be accessible to students on March 15 2012 Students may take this course anytime any day because the classes are 4 pre recorded lesson modules. Students will interact with the teacher using our vanished.com “Internet Genealogy” class forum which is for signed up students only.
- We begin by an analysis of each student’s present level of research. Students send this information to the teacher prior to the start of class. This allows the teacher to analyze the research and be able to instruct the student on research sources to look at during the course.
- COST OF CLASS $9.00 This class will be offered at this rate until Feb 27, 2012
After you click the pay button go to the bottom of the page for credit card submission.
Terry Houghland has an M.A in Historical Museum Management and has taught this class and other Genealogy classes
at Scottsdale and Mesa Community Colleges since 1990. Terry has been involved in Genealogy since 1970 and owns vanished.com a Genealogy research website.
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