The Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy (SLIG) is a week-long intensive educational experience that takes students deep into their topic of choice. Students attending SLIG have the opportunity to advance their education with renowned genealogy experts during a week-long experience, network through special events, and tap into the wealth of resources at the nearly Family History Library.
Each course offers twenty-five hours of in-depth genealogical instruction over a five-day period, with the exception of the Problem Solving and Advanced Practium courses, which are structured to focus on research with two hours in the classroom daily.
Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy
When: January 11-15, 2016
Where: Hilton City Center in Salt Lake City, Utah
Cost: Tuition for week long course = $485
As of December 27th 11:40 pm Pacific Time the following courses still have seats available IF YOU HURRY.
Course 1: Intermediate U.S. Records and Research, Part II
Paula Stuart-Warren, CG, FMGS, FUGA
Course 5: Early U.S. Church Records
Rev. Dr. David McDonald, CG
Course 9: Solving Problems Like a Professional
Michael Hait, CG
Course 11: Writing A Quality Family Narrative
John Philip Colletta, PhD, FUGA
Course 12: Problem Solving
Luana Darby, MLIS
Course 13: Advanced Evidence Practicum
Angela Packer McGhie