Author Archives: Kelly Martin
RootsTech 2015 was held in Salt Lake City in February with over 18,000 attendees from every state in the union and many foreign countries. But if you were not able to come because of work, other commitments, or difficult winter … Continue reading
Sorry for not posting anything for the past few months. Looking back, our lack of postings was simply an indication of increased activity in other areas. During the summer, Karen started writing a new edition of her beginning textbook. In … Continue reading
Content by Karen Clifford There are several online genealogy companies that provide good resources not available at FamilySearch. Ancestry.com, MyHeritage.com, and FindMyPast.com have formed a partnership with FamilySearch to help locate, index, and make available over 5.5 billion records in … Continue reading
Just a Reminder: The 6th of September is the last day you can add LIBR60 with instructor approval. We have 24 students currently enrolled, so there is room for a few more.
In the last blog post Karen indicated she would be making resources available at the blog to help students in pursuit of a genealogy certificate to update new developments that would affect a genealogy credential. Please find below four options. … Continue reading
Sent on behalf of Karen Clifford: Hi, good to hear from you! I just received notification that both LIBR61 and LIBR62 were canceled due to low attendance again. MPC needs to have 15 students in a course for the school … Continue reading
Take six courses for credit or non-credit to earn a Genealogy Certificate while also preparing to become a credentialed Genealogist! Detailed information below. Click on the image to enlarge it.
Register now for Fall Classes, which start at Salt Lake Community College August 20. Register online at www.slcccontinuinged.com/genealogy_registration. Look at the yellow Program Links box to the right, and click on “Current Courses.” Karen will be teaching the following courses … Continue reading
The world of genealogy has changed drastically in the past year. A better understanding of history as well as Excel and online electronic resources is critical to your success. An Associate of Arts Degree in Family Research is available at … Continue reading