Chicago, Il-Mar. 15, 2017 The Midwest African American Genealogy Institute today officially opens registration for this year’s acclaimed genealogy institute to be held July 11 thru July 13, 2017 at the Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Lead by a faculty of nationally recognized genealogists, this institute offers 12 courses in 4 tracks over a 3 day period.
Track 1: Fundamental Research Methods and Strategies
“Research, Analyze, Formulate the Question and Learn”
Track 2: DNA & Genealogy
“Review, analyze, evaluate and connect DNA with the dots with your genealogy”
Track 3: Intermediate Genealogy: Pre & Post Slavery Era Research
“New resources, document review and analysis”
Track 4: Genealogy Writing From Planning to Publication
“Learn how to turn your genealogy into Telling The Story”
When asked the value of MAAGI, genealogist, author, and talk show blogger, Bernice Alexander Bennett said, “This Institute offers a unique environment for learning where everyone is willing to answer questions and assist individuals through a maze of impossible situations. MAAGI recognizes the needs of the Adult Learner and has the right mix of didactic and experiential exercises for critical thinking and problem solving”.
To register, visit our website: www.maagiinstitute.org
MAAGI - The Teaching Institute
MAAGI is a member of the Federation of Genealogical Societies
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