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Research A-Z ~ Heritage

For the month of April, we have highlighted some of the 225+ genealogy and research courses offered at The National Institute for Genealogical Studies. There are a variety of themes and topics to choose from. Hopefully, we will feature some courses that you were not aware of and pique your interest to explore further.


Similar to searching for Family, Heritage takes your research a step farther to record their legacy, to preserve and share life events with significance. It may include pride in the accomplishments of our ancestors, or in their origins and ancestry. “Heritage” can have different meanings, but it always celebrates our family history. We inherit our heritage from our ancestors, but unless it is shared to the next generation, it can easily be forgotten. Family historians and genealogists strive to discover and preserve our family’s history, revealing the historical events our families experienced in their lifetime. 

The National Institute offers many courses to research our ethnic origins through the country-themed packages and certificates. The following courses will take a deeper look into their lives and help you to share what you discover.

Heritage Courses

Demystifying Culture & Folklore
Electronic Resources: Using the Internet 
Genealogy Ethical Guidelines & Standards  
Google for the Wise Genealogist
Life of Our Ancestors

Methodology – Part 1: Getting Started 
Methodology – Part 2: Organizing and Skill-Building 
Methodology – Part 3: More Strategies 
Organizing a One-Name Study  
Organizing a One-Place Study   
Personal Historian: Beginning Genealogy 
Personal Historian: Oral History & Interviewing Techniques 
Personal Historian: Telling the Stories
Personal Historian: Video Techniques 
Photography: Clues Pictures Hold, Editing, Digitizing and Various Projects
Preserve Your Family History Documents & Heirlooms
Research: FamilySearch Resources – In Person and Online
Research: Grandmothers, Mothers & Daughters-Tracing Women
Research: House & Farm Histories
Research: Social History

Social Media Tools for the Wise Genealogist 
Writing for Genealogy: Articles, Blogs, Research Reports and so much more 
Writing the Genealogist’s Memoir
Writing Your Family History Book

Course Packages

You can customize your own package of courses. This is especially helpful if you have already completed some of the courses above. Register for the balance of the courses needed to complete your desired genealogy theme.

Course Package – 4 Courses 
Course Package – 7 Courses 
Course Package – 8 Courses 
Course Package – 10 Courses 
Course Package – 13 Courses

Research A-Z 

Each family has their own unique Heritage. Our ancestors each have distinctive lives. Their experiences are passed to the next generation to preserve and share, so they will not be forgotten. It is our job as family historians and genealogists to fulfill that task. How will you tell their stories?
The National Institute for Genealogical Studies offers quality online education with over 225+ courses to choose from. Some of our courses are topic/country-specific, or provide insight into research methodology, while others are skill-building courses to maximize your research time. The first Monday of a new month means another rotation of courses will start. Most courses feature 6 modules over an 8-week period, easily adapted to most busy schedules. Many courses have been bundled into packages to provide discount options. Take a look at our course calendar and see which courses will accomplish your genealogical education goals. Register today! 
Visit our website for a complete list of online courses offered by The National Institute for Genealogical Studies. Check our Course Calendar here. List of Packages available here.
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