We must always be thinking, learning, growing. Ol’ Myrt here may talk, blog, podcast, teach, cajole and brow beat her readers, listeners and study group members -- but she, too, must consider taking advantage of educational opportunities. Accordingly, though I will be serving as the dinner speaker during the 2009 Salt Lake Institute, I’ve also registered to take a number of classes in addition to coursework to assist with my British ancestral quest.
- English Research with David Rencher (full course)
- Plenary Session with Dr. Thomas Jones, Ph.D (evening session)
- Quick, Complete and Accurate: Document Analysis for Researchers, by J. Mark Lowe (evening session)
- The Jones Jinx: Tracing Common Surnames, by Thomas Jones (evening session)
- Using Original and Derivative Sources: How to Evaluate Evidence, by John P. Colletta (evening session)
- Twenty Years of Stuff. Now What Do I Do?, by Elissa Scalise Powell (evening session)
- Remembering the War: Civil War Veterans, by J. Mark Lowe (evening session)
- Discovering the Stories of Your Immigrant Ancestors, by John P. Colletta (evening session)
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