Saturday, May 20, 2006

Ideas for a Genealogy Course Syllabus



The May-June 2006 issue of Everton's Genealogical Helper magazine has an article by Anne Hart titled "How to Write a Beginning Genealogy Course Syllabus."

The article describes planning a syllabus, generating a resource list, and creating a course description, an overview of the syllabus, learning objectives, suggested assignments and projects, and course competencies for successful students. Anne has done a wonderful job summarizing a very large subject.

Even though Everton is a subscription site (and therefore there is no link to this article or other current articles), there is a Free section here with older articles. There is also a Links section here with many links to genealogy web sites.

Can anyone recommend other sites with a genealogy course syllabus?

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Randy, I am working on a beginning genealogy class right now for our Park & Rec Dept @ the Senior Center. 10 Sessions this Summer. When I get it done I'll share it with you. Keep in touch. Damaris Fish, Central Point, Oregon

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