Coordinator: Judith Hansen, AG
Have a brick wall in your research? This unique course is tailored to your individual research needs! Enhance your problem solving skills while working with your personal research project for a particular ancestor or ancestral couple. Develop methodology, analysis, and research skills while focusing on your own needs and using the resources at the Family History Library. Students will be divided into small groups depending on the project submitted and will meet for two hours each day to review research progress (with two consultants and about five other students). Expert consultants are available for many geographical areas and are not limited to US Research. Students pay regular tuition plus a consultant fee.
Student involvement in problem solving requires a major commitment and advance preparation. It is divided into three parts:
Contact the coordinator, for questions concerning feasibility of possible research focus, request for detailed information for the required project information or other course information.