Organizing Genealogical Information Class-March 2016 Session

By popular demand, we’re bringing this course back….

Organizing Genealogical Information:

A Short Course

With Michael John Neill

(scroll down for specific schedule)

Organizing information is an important part of genealogical research—perhaps more important than the actual research. This short course (only 3 sessions) is intended to provide the students with exposure to a variety of ways to organize information with an emphasis on problem-solving. The course will consist of four lectures (topics and schedule below), problem assignments, virtual follow-up discussions, group discussion board interaction, and student submission of work (optional). There is no assigned grade—you get from this what you put into it. Students will also be able to share their work and ideas with other students.

Citation of sources is important, but presentations will not focus on citation theory.

This time the course will be presented a little bit differently. Students will be able to download the lecture and view it at their convenience–ideally all on the same day that the download link is sent to registered students.

Students will have a week to view the presentation, discuss or ask questions on the bulletin board and submit optional homework before the class discussion via GotoWebinar.

Course registration is only $30 for this run of the course. Class size is limited to 30 to encourage group interaction.

  • Assignment/Study 1Charts, Charts, and More Charts (we will discuss a variety of charts and table to organize your information and your searches—all students work on same problem
  • Assignment/Study 24 Step Research Process (we will discuss a four-step process to research organization)—pick your own problem
  • Assignment/Study 3— Constructing Families from pre-1850 Census (discuss of how to ascertain family structure from pre-1850 US census records)—all work on same problem

Register here

Lecture downloads (updated):

  • 11 March (or until day before class starts)
  • 15 March
  • 22 March

Discussions are at (updated):

  • 13 March 7:00-7:30 pm.Central Time
  • 20 March 7:00-7:30 pm. Central Time
  • 27 March  7:00-7:30 pm.Central Time
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5 thoughts on “Organizing Genealogical Information Class-March 2016 Session

  1. I paid the fee online through paypal but have not heard anything and do not want to miss the class. Is there something more I should do? Thanks!

    • Emails are going out later today. If you don’t hear by 4 pm central, please email me at the address on your receipt. That will be faster. Thanks! Michael

  2. I registered Oct 6, 2015 but could not access the material and later could not log in on the time of the class.
    Receipt No: 0702-2102-6284-8548. Can I joined this class on Organizing Genealogical Info? Charlotte Ketterer

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