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Teaching Family History
Winter semester 2014 I'll be teaching a basic family history class online for BYU-Idaho. I am so excited!
This semester I took two online classes in the new course of study leading to certification as a genealogist. They have been challenging and gratifying at the same time. I'm not taking them for credit, so some of the pressure is off, but for my own satisfaction I want to do well.
Judy.dewey 00:56, 3 November 2013 (UTC)
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