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Thursday, February 1 through Friday, May 31
Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy (SLIG) - 2024 Virtual, Weekly Courses  (Institutes)
Virtual Event
 
SLIG weekly classes are being offered virtually in the Spring of 2024.
 
Registration: SLIG 2024 registration is open.
 
Course Information: Still wondering which course is right for you? View course outlines and videos for SLIG here: Utah Genealogical Association - Courses (ugagenealogy.org) including:
 
Bring 'Em Back to Life: Writing Our Ancestors' Stories by Annette Burke Lyttle; Wednesdays, 10:00 am–2:00 pm MT, 14 February through 24 April 2024
 
You're Invited: Public Speaking from Concept to Delivery by D. Joshua Taylor; Thursdays, 10:00 am–2:00 pm MT, 15 February through 25 April 2024
 
The Art of Writing a Research Report by Debra A. Hoffman; Wednesdays, 8:30 am–4:00 pm MT, 28 February through 27 March 2024
 
BCG Certification: Understanding and Meeting Standards by Angela Packer McGhie, Karen Stanbary; Thursdays, 8:00 am–3:30 pm MT, 15 February through 28 March 2024
 
DNA Dreamers in Action: Writing Proof Arguments by Karen Stanbary: Fridays, 8:00 am–4:30 pm MT, 1 through 29 March 2024
 
Editing Genealogical Writing by Karen Mauer Jones; Tuesdays, 11:00 am–3:30 pm MT, 5 March through 7 May 2024
 
Gothic Script and Fraktur Workshop: Reading Records of Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, and the Czech Republic, plus German-American Church Books and Newspapers by F. Warren Bittner; Wednesdays, 10:00 am–2:00 pm MT, 14 February through 24 April 2024
 



Sunday, June 23 through Friday, June 28
Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (GRIP) - 2024 Virtual  (Institutes)
Virtual Event
 
Registration for GRIP 2024 will begin in ~ February 2024. More detailed information will be coming soon.
 
GRIP will be providing at least 9 courses virtually for 2024. Course titles and instructors can be seen at 2024-GRIP-Flyer-7-25x10-1.pdf (gripitt.org). Including: 
 
Advanced DNA Evidence by Blaine Bettinger
 
Digging Deeper: Records, Tools, and Skills by Paula Stuart-Warren
 
Ireland and Northern Ireland Research, Part II by David Rencher
 
Genealogical Organization: Increase Your Productivity by Kelli Jo Bergheimer 
 
Mastering the Art of Genealogical Documentation by Thomas W. Jones
 
Not Just Farmers: Records, Relationships, and the Reality of Their Lives by Cari Taplin
 
Midwest Family History Research: Migrations and Sources by Jay Fonkert
 
Tools & Strategies for Tackling Tough Research Problems by Kimberly Powell 
 
Women and Children First!: Research Methods for the Hidden Half of the Family by Judy G. Russell



Sunday, July 14 through Friday, July 19
Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (GRIP) - 2024 In-person  (Institutes)
La Roche University, Pittsburgh, PA
 
Registration for GRIP 2024 will begin in ~ February 2024. More detailed information will be coming soon.
 
GRIP will be providing 8 courses in-person for 2024. Course titles and instructors can be seen at 2024-GRIP-Flyer-7-25x10-1.pdf (gripitt.org). Including:
 
Advanced DNA Evidence by Blaine Bettinger
 
Organizing and Analyzing Your DNA Tests: Hands-on Genetic Genealogy by Kelli Jo Bergheimer
 
Introduction to Ashkenazic Jewish Genealogy by Emily H. Garber 
 
Marching Off to War: Advanced Military Research and Methodology by Michael L. Strauss
 
Using U.S. Church Records for Family History by Sunny J. Morton
 
Putting Those Records to Work by Judy G. Russell
 
Get Your Hands Dirty! A Workshop in Land and Property Records by Kimberly Powell 
 
Working with Virginia Records from Jamestowne to the Civil War by Barbara Vines Little
 
 


Sunday, July 21 through Friday, July 26
Institute of Genealogical and Historical Research (IGHR) - 2024 Virtual  (Institutes)
Virtual Event
 
IGHR week-long classes are being offered virtually in January 2024.
 
Registration: Opens 9 March 2024.
 
Class information and other information can be found at: 2024 IGHR – IGHR – Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research (gagensociety.org). Courses include:
 
Methods and Sources by Rebecca Whitman Koford
 
Intermediate Genealogy and Historical Studies by Debra A. Hoffman
 
Advanced Methodology and Evidence Analysis by Judy G. Russell
 
Writing and Publishing for Genealogists by Thomas W. Jones
 
Genetics for Genealogists: Beginning DNA by Patti Lee Hobbs
 
Military Records I: The Colonial Era to the Vietnam War by Michael L. Strauss
 
Irish Genealogical Research and Methodology by David E. Rencher
 
Understanding Land Records by Angela Packer McGhie
 
Research in the South: Trans-Mississippi South by Kelvin L. Meyers
 
Advanced Library Research: Law Libraries and Government Documents by Benjamin B. Spratling III, JD and Patricia Walls Stamm
 
Researching African American Ancestors: Government Records and Beyond by Deborah A. Abbott
 
Intermediate DNA: Planning for and Conducting Research Using DNA and Documentary Sources by Karen Stanbary
 
Researching French Ancestors by Forrest R. Hansen