Course Description
The Getting Started course will acquaint students with the methodology for conducting successful family history research, including preliminary information gathering, organziing and planning your research, introduction to original and published records located in libraries, archives, and on the internet as well as evaluating and documenting research findings. This course is designed for the beginner and those more advanced researchers who want to update their skills.
Course Objectives

Familiarize yourself with basic genealogical methods, records, and repositories.

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Course Syllabus
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