Genealogical Research on The Internet Part II: International, African-American, and Native American research
Date & Time
Thursday, November 15, 2001
9:00 AM-4:00 PM
Cuyahoga County Public Library--Administration Building
Electronic Classroom
2111 Snow Road Parma, Ohio
Register Below:

Fee includes materials

CEU Credits:
Deadline: Thursday, November 08, 2001
Limit: 18
Registered Now: 13
In this hands-on Web-based workshop, students will learn to effectively and efficiently use the Internet for advanced genealogical research or to assist others in doing advanced genealogical research. The focus is on the best Internet resources to use in doing International, African-American, or Native American genealogical research or assisting others in doing genealogical research in these areas. Knowledge of genealogical research is required.
Intended Audience
This workshop is intended for people who want to learn about using the Internet to find high quality, authoritative information for International, African-American, or Native American genealogical research.
Key Takeaways
  • International Genealogy Resources on the Internet
  • African-American Genealogy Research on the Internet
  • Native American Genealogy Research on the Internet
  • Heraldry Resources
  • Lineage Societies on the Web
Diane K. Kovacs writes the monthly Business Bytes for the Ohio Public Library Information Network (OPLIN) and is OPLIN contributing editor for Business Information. Diane holds an M.L.S. as well as a M.Ed. in Instructional Technology. She is the author of 8 books on using the Web for research and training. She is president of Kovacs Consulting Internet & World Wide Web Training. Her vitae is online at