All Smiles at FGS!

All Smiles at FGS!

A couple of photos for you from the Federation of Genealogical Societies conference in Knoxville, Tenn:Terry Nicholson (right), a fellow Ohioan, was the lucky winner of our door prize, our 10 Years of Family Tree Magazine DVD. That's Family Tree Magazine publisher and editorial director Allison Stacy congratulating her.Four...

A couple of photos for you from the Federation of Genealogical Societies conference in Knoxville, Tenn:

Terry Nicholson (right), a fellow Ohioan, was the lucky winner of our door prize, our 10 Years of Family Tree Magazine DVD. That’s Family Tree Magazine publisher and editorial director Allison Stacy congratulating her.

Four of our Family Tree University instructors gathered at our booth yesterday for a meet-and-greet with FTU students and prospective students. There was even some “FTU!” chanting, led by Find Your German Roots instructor James M. Beidler (second from right). The others pictured are (left to right) Tim Pinnick, instructor of Finding African-American Ancestors in Newspapers; Jana Sloan Broglin, Finding Ancestors in the US Census; and Diana Crisman Smith, US Military Records and Land Records 101.

You can read all about FTU instructors at Family Tree University.

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  1. I am a middle school teacher and avid genealogist. Naturally, I started a genealogy club at my school, and I enjoy the enthusiasm of my students for family history. However, at this point in time, I need to take 3 more graduate credits to renew my license next year. I don’t want to take another course such as "Creating Learning Communities", or "Metacognitive Approaches to Classroom Reading" – yuck! I would really prefer to take a genealogy course online. Do you know of any online courses for graduate credit when my undergraduate degree is in teaching rather than family history?