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Below is a list of major genealogical conferences. The sharing of information during conferences makes for quite a learning experience. It is not unusual for contacts to be made or to meet a long lost cousin during these conferences. You will also meet people who have gone through the same research experiences you are going through, and it is important to not make the same mistakes they may have made.
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SLIG Virtual Intermediate Foundations
From September 10 to November 12, 2019
Enhance your research skills from the comfort of home around your busy work schedule with this in-depth, institute-intense course.
Location: Virtual
Main Sponsor: Utah Genealogical Assocation
Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy
From January 12 to January 17, 2020
SLIG offers high-intermediate to advanced education and includes courses on methodology, standards, regional or ethnic group research, and research tools like DNA. All courses assume a working knowledge at an intermediate level or above.
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Main Sponsor: Utah Genealogical Association
SLIG Academy for Professionals
From January 19 to January 24, 2020
LIG Academy for Professionals offers high-intermediate to advanced education and includes a wide-range of courses covering professional-level topics such as business, speaking, writing, forensics, and project management.
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Main Sponsor: Utah Genealogical Association
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