Each year the National Genealogical Society (US) hosts its annual conference. The 2009 NGS Family History Conference will be held in Raleigh, North Carolina and online registration is now open.
Developing an educational plan for building research skills is something we're working on in our ProGen2 Study Group, but the concept of educating oneself isn't limited to professionals. It is incumbent upon all family historians to learn the skills of this craft. From a recent mailing list posting we discover:
View the online 2009 NGS conference program at: http://ngsgenealogy.org/Conferences/2009/index.htm
or download a PDF version.
For more information visit http://www.ngsgenealogy.org/Conferences/2009/
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TODAY
If you have trouble logging on or registering, please e-mail Rochelle Compton or call her at (703) 525-0050 ext. 114.
Register now to get the best price. The early-bird registration deadline is 31 March 2009.
Attendees of the 2009 NGS Family History Conference will receive the conference syllabus on CD only.
Attendees who register prior to early-bird deadline (31 March 2009) can purchase a printed syllabus for an additional $20. Be sure to choose the option for conference registration with printed syllabus when you register.
After 31 March 2009, the conference syllabus is available on CD only, with no option to purchase a print copy.
To receive a conference brochure, please email Rochelle Compton.
Questions? Call (703) 525-0050 ext 112, or email Jeanne Lund.
Happy family tree climbing!
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