Searching Not Asking: Mastering Online Genealogy

ILR918 Searching Not Asking: Mastering Online Genealogy
3 sessions, 6 hours

 
 
While online resources are only a small percentage of the records that family historians should investigate, they are an important part of one’s genealogy practice, especially if you cannot travel to pursue your research. This course, designed for genealogists of all levels of experience, will discuss how to make the most of the well-known resources, FamilySearch, HeritageQuest, and Ancestry, as well as how to locate unique websites and online sources. Improve your genealogy journey as you learn to “search” the internet, not just “ask” the web.

Instructor: Mary Mannix is currently the Maryland Room Manager of the C. Burr Artz Public Library of the Frederick County Public Libraries. She is very active in MARAC (the Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference). She has been involved in the History Section of RUSA and was the 2011 winner of the Genealogical Publishing Company Award. In 2015, she was given the Martha Washington Medal from the Sergeant Lawrence Everhart Chapter of the Maryland Society of Sons of the American Revolution. She has taught genealogy librarianship at the University of Maryland and public history courses at Hood College.

ILR918 Searching Not Asking: Mastering Online Genealogy
5 digit #: 17619
Thurs, 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m., 8/1 – 8/15
Location: Linganore Hall/L109
Fee: $49 Tuition: $15 Total: $64
Maryland Residents Age 60+ Pay Fee Only.

2 Comments on “Searching Not Asking: Mastering Online Genealogy

  1. I would love to take this course. If I can arrange to change my work schedule, I will sign up. Jean Van Tassell

  2. This sounds GREAT—but we will be traveling. I hope it is offered again!

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