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Genealogy Education Review

Genealogy Education is a key part of learning how to do family research in a way to help you learn the skills needed to find your ancestors and the clues they left behind. As I researched to see what educational opportunities there were for those who wish to enhanced their skills, I was amazed to see what was available. Some did have a fee, but quite a bit was FREE and available to do in our own homes. Here are some of the things I learned are available.
Books ConferencesWebinars

Casefile Clues
by Michael John Neill

Eastmanís Online Genealogy Newsletter, National Genealogical Society, NGS Home Study Course, BYU Free Courses, Magazines, Quarterlies & Journals

ConferencesGenealogy Cruises, ProGen Study Group, NGSQ Article Study Groups

Other Resources Genealogy Slideshare submissions, Podcasts, BlogTalkRadio

Volunteer & Mentoring College Courses BYU Ancestorís, Case Studies

FamilySearch Genealogy Tip - Even if you can not attend a conference or lecture, review the list of topics. That topic is what the conference feels researchers need. Who are the speakers? They are some of the leaders in the genealogical community! See if they have a blog, written a book, presented a Webinar and learn from them!

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