When we turn our hearts to our ancestors, something changes inside of us. We feel part of something greater than ourselves~Russell M. Nelson

Online Courses



Online self-paced classes. No required start or ending date. 
Classes include video and written instruction, resources, and optional assignments to help you apply the lessons to your genealogy research. A private Facebook group for asking questions, leaving comments, and connecting with Cheri and others taking the course is also available upon registration.


Course 1:





Beginning Genealogy: Starting Off Right
Class Description
The desire to discover our ancestors continues to grow in popularity with the addition of online trees, genealogy TV shows, and the popularity of DNA tests.  How do we begin to create our family tree and know we are researching the right lines and adding the right people? How do we know where to look for the information we need and if it is correct? The process can be overwhelming.
Beginning Genealogy ~ Starting off Right will teach the basics of beginning your genealogy journey. During the four-week class, we will learn how to start, understand the terminology, organize your research, avoid common mistakes and learn what types of records are available and where to find them.
Homework will provide an opportunity to begin the process of building your tree by putting the concepts into action as we move through the class.


Whether you have never filled out a pedigree chart or have been researching for a while with Cheri’s help you will build the confidence and skills you need to climb your family tree!

4 Lessons to help you start your genealogy journey.

Already started your tree? This class will help you understand the process and build it right!
No beginning and ending dates. Study and learn at your own pace.


Class Outline:

Lesson 1-Starting the Journey
Building Your Tree and Staying Organized
 Video-Intro for the week’s lesson (explain how)
 Written instructions with Examples (show how)
 Homework (do), Due on Friday. 

Lesson 2-Knowing Where You’re Going
Mapping Out What You Need and Where to Find It.
Video- Intro for week’s lesson
Written instruction with examples
Homework

Lesson 3-
Staying on Track
Working Your Plan and Avoiding Pitfalls
Video- Intro for week’s lesson
Written instructions and examples
Homework

Lesson 4- Stopping to Smell the Roses
Understanding Your Discoveries
Video- intro of week’s lesson
 Written Lesson with examples
Homework
Final Summation Video



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Course 2:
The Genealogical Proof Standard:
A Guide for Your Genealogy Journey

Whether you are just beginning your genealogy journey or have traveled many miles up your tree, the GPS is a necessary tool to help ensure you are on the correct path to discover your ancestors.
In this class, the 5 Elements of the GPS will be discussed and put into practice. We will talk about what exactly is reasonably exhaustive search, why and how to cite those sources, what it means to analyze and correlate findings, understand what to do with conflicting evidence and how to wrap it all up by writing a sound conclusion.  

No matter your skill level, this is a class for you. With Cheri’s help, the essential elements of the Genealogy Proof Standard will become a part of or sharpened in your genealogy toolbox.


Class Outline
Lesson 1-Reasonably Exhaustive Research
Gathering the Information
 Video- for the week’s lesson (explain how)
 Written instructions with Examples (show how)
 Homework (do)

Leaving a Trail to Follow
Video- for week’s lesson
Written instruction with examples
Homework

Lesson 3-Analysis, Correlation, and Conflicting Evidence
Taking a Good Look
Video- for week’s lesson
Written instructions and examples
Homework

Lesson 4- The Written Conclusion
Summing it Up
Video-for week’s lesson
 Written Lesson with examples
Homework

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