Introduction to Genealogy 
 Instructor: Diane Macgowan
A 3-Session Class
 
Session I:
 Lecture: How to get started.  How to record and organize your facts. How to search for additional information. How to find
and use available resources.
Session II:
 Lecture and demonstration: Covers finding information on the internet. Learning to use the IRC Library's Genealogy Department
resources.
Session III:
Hands-on session using the IRC Library's Genealogy Department computers to search online for your ancestor's records and
 information.
 
Sessions I and II: May 13 - May 20    10 AM to 12 Noon
Location: IRC Main Library History Room - 2nd Floor
 
Session III: May 25      10 AM to 12 Noon
Location: Genealogy Department at the IRC Main Library - 2nd Floor
 
Classes are free - but you must pre-register.
 You may bring in your laptop computer.
Wi-fi is available.
 
Classes also scheduled for June 10, 17 and 23
 
 
To Register - a sign up sheet is located on the IRGS table outside the Archive Center and Genealogy Department
at the IRC Main Library or call 772-444-7470.
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