The Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy (SLIG) continues to reach out to advanced, experienced teaching professionals in the genealogical community for new content and proposals annually.
Deadline: June 1, 2018
SLIG will hold its second annual SLIG Tech Day on Saturday, January 19, 2019 – the Saturday that follows SLIG and runs prior to the new SLIG Academy. Proposals will be accepted for half-day (3.5 hour) workshops and 1.5 hour classes on technology-related topics that will enhance participant research and documentation.
- Workshops are intended to provide hands-on experience and should be instructed at a pace that allows the majority of students to follow along easily; participants will be required to bring their own laptops; internet and electricity will be provided.
- Classes may be instructional or demonstrative in nature and should be instructed at a lecture pace.
Interested parties may submit up to six proposals for consideration; each should include learning objectives, pre-requisites, and equipment requirements beyond those mentioned above. Presenters should assume students will have intermediate to advanced research skills; the class/workshop description should describe the level of technical skill or experience expected.
Audio-visual equipment is provided; presenters should provide their own laptop, HDMI connectors, and assure all video and images are used with permission. Detailed handouts are required. Compensaton $250 per class, $600 per workshop, includes lab assistance and co-presenters unless otherwise agreed.
Please note that Tech Day will run concurrently with the 5th Annual SLIG Colloquium during morning hours. If you plan to also submit a paper or attend the colloquium, please note this on your proposal.
Proposals should be submitted using the form below no later than June 1, 2018.