Sunday, December 16, 2012

Researching Your Family History on the Internet

The Spring classes for Tri County Community have been set and Larry is bringing back an update version of his most popular class - Researching Your Family History on the Internet.

The Internet offers a wonderful array of databases, records, and other resources for researching your family tree online. Knowing how to search and where to search online is a must for any genealogist using the Internet for their research. Without this information, you may just end up spinning your wheels.
This course will teach you how to search like a pro, find genealogy databases, and discover your family history on the Web. All the top sites such as Ancestry, FamilySearch, GenealogyBank, Fold3, National Archives, Google, Mocavo and many more will be covered. Students will learn how to find these resources, tips and tricks on using them, and how to put them to use in their family research.
Pre-registration and pre-payment is required in order to get a confirmed seat. This course is open to all, but some knowledge of the genealogy research process is required to make effective use of the course material. This course will be offered on two different nights and seating is very, very limited.

Instructor - Larry Van Horn (14 Week Class)
6:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Tuesday (Starts January 15)
6:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Thursday (Starts January 17)

You have basically Monday, December 17 and Tuesday, December 18 to get on the list before the college closes for the holidays. You will be able to register after the holidays starting on January 7.
As of this writing Tuesday night is filling fast with more seats available on Thursday night. Since class size is limited to 13 only, I highly recommend you do not delay in getting registered. Once they are full, I can't squeeze anyone else in.lineage
Hope to CU all in classes.
Tri County College genealogy instructor Larry Van Horn discusses a lineage and how to use DNA testing.