07 January 2007

Online basic Jewish genealogy begins in February

Back in December, I mentioned the start of GenClass - Online Genealogy Classes.

The first series of January classes is underway, and registration is open now for February and March, when two Jewish genealogy classes will be offered.

On February 1, Basic Jewish Genealogy will start. This is a step-by-step introduction to Jewish genealogy covering calendars, languages, geography, names, archives, emigration, immigration, searching online and more. It provides all the essentials to start making great discoveries.

In March, Jewish Internet Research is all about how and where to find the online information you need, and builds on information provided in the basic class, as it covers general sites and indices, general genealogy sites, general Jewish sites and resources, major Jewish genealogy sites and much more.

The four-week classes are an easy, practical, economical way to learn the essentials and begin making major discoveries in the comfort of your home. Each class has a detailed syllabus, lessons to download, and twice weekly online class chats.

Both Jewish genealogy classes are co-taught by Internet specialist Micha Reisel and myself - we formerly provided them at MyFamily.Com for several years.

Other February classes, taught by experienced instructors, include Adoption Investigative Class, Eastern European Genealogy Research Part 1 (Basic), Lost Friends and Family Investigative Class, Organizing Your Family History and Write Your Family History Step-by-Step

Visit GenClass for more details, including information on all scheduled classes, instructor bios and easy online registration.

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