[APG Public List] State and local society genealogy education programs

JFonkert at aol.com JFonkert at aol.com
Sun Feb 20 09:45:21 MST 2011


Dear APG members and friends,
 
I am preparing a presentation on the challenges of creating and marketing  
genealogical education programs in state or local genealogy societies.  If  
you are involved in the education programs of your state or local society, I 
 would appreciate hearing from you.
 
1) What kinds of educational programs does your society offer? -- lectures, 
 workshops, conferences, discussion groups, etc.? What is most popular?
 
2) How do you select topics?  What topics are most popular? Who  decides? 
Do you have a functioning education committee?
 
3) What role do professional or board-certified genealogist play in your  
education program?
 
4) Has your organization had any experience with distance-learning -- for  
example, webinars, Skype, etc.? How has it worked?  What do you like or not  
like about these technologies?
 
 
Jay Fonkert,  CG
_http://fourgenerationsgenealogy.blogspot.com/_ (ht
tp://fourgenerationsgenealogy.blogspot.com/) 
Saint  Paul, MN

Director, Association of Professional  Genealogists
(professional profile at _www.apgen.org)_ (http://www.apgen.org)/) 
Member, Genealogical  Speakers Guild
(professional profile at _http://www.genealogicalspeakersguild.org/)_ 
(http://www.genealogicalspeakersguild.org/)) 

Member, International Society of Family History Writers and  Editors 

CG (Certified Genealogist) is a service mark of  the Board for 
Certification of Genealogists, used under license by  Board-certified associates after 
periodic competency evaluations.
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