Upcoming Genealogy Classes in Brunswick

There are a number of new genealogy classes starting up around the State being taught by Maine Genealogical Society members. If you have been interested in working on your family tree but don’t know where to start, you may find one of these classes of particular class of interest:

Craig Siulinski will be teaching a beginner and advanced course in genealogical research through Merrymeeting Adult Education in Brunswick.  The beginner class starts on Feb 3, so you’ll want to sign up soon, before the seats are full, if you you’re interested in this course:

The popular television series, Who Do You Think You Are, highlights the genealogy of famous people, but what about the rest of us?  This course will guide you on a path to researching and documenting your ancestral past.  The course will cover both online and in-person strategies for doing the work of genealogy, and will very likely reveal fascinating family facts and stories.
Topics include creating a starting point pedigree chart, showing where and how to research (both online and offline), and how to organize the data and records that get collected over time.  Topics to explore include finding records in these categories: Immigration, Census, Directories, Newspapers and Churches.

Beginner Genealogy starts Feb 3, 2015. Register using the link below:
https://merrymeeting.coursestorm.com/course/genealogy-i-beginner-getting-started?page=4

Advanced Genealogy starts on Mar 24, 2015.  Register with the link below:
https://merrymeeting.coursestorm.com/course/genealogy-ii-advanced-topics?page=4


Blogging For Family HistoryCraig is also teaching a class called “Blogging For Family History

Blog writing can be an easy, enjoyable, and effective way to share family history content with a large audience.  This course will offer a starting point for creating your own blog, and support for learning the platform provided by blogger.com.  Emphasis will be placed on supporting the creation and development of one’s own blog.  Before class completion, participants will have published three to five blog posts.  Having access to a laptop for classroom use is recommended, and a gmail account is necessary.  


Blogging For Family History starts on Feb 4 and runs for five weeks.  Register using the link below:
https://merrymeeting.coursestorm.com/course/blogging-for-family-history


For more info about Craig Siulinski and his adventures in genealogy education, check out this article on the California Genealogical Society & Library blog.