- Instruction – Classes for beginning your research, intermediate and advanced research techniques. Most are conducted in a series of one hour sessions, once or twice a week for a total of 3 to 6 sessions. All sessions include a half-hour Q&A for a total of one and a half hours.
- Lectures – Single events with a variety of subjects such as “The ABC’s of Family Research”, “DNA – Just the basics, please!”, “Interviewing your relatives”, “Search strategies you never thought of – Search sites you never heard of!” and others. These are also generally one hour events with a half hour of Q&A
Single session lecture on the basics of family research
- Consultation – Personal attention to your research needs intending to define a specific research goal prior to contracting for services. Specific goals are critical so as to set the boundaries on what will be researched and the limits of time and expense.
“The only people with whom you should try to get even with are those who have helped you.”
― John E. Southard