Researching and Writing Family Histories GNRL 9286 Email to a Friend Our Researching and Writing Family Histories course reviews the basics of family history research as well as the different approaches you can take to inform, inspire and illuminate others with the stories you discover. Start by exploring the basics of both traditional and online research as well as the use of artifacts (photos, letters, diaries, scrapbooks, recipes and personal effects) to uncover information. Then learn how to develop a research plan for a multi-generational family history. Consider the various ways your family's history can be presented – from reports and family trees to narratives and memoirs. Develop your writing skills as you learn how to report on your ancestors in a compelling way, and learn how to share those stories through social media, self-publishing and formal publishing. This genealogy basics course is centred around English-language resources but is accessible to writers from a variety of backgrounds. Recommendation(s) You will have the most success in this course if you are already proficient in written English before you start this course. Contact Information 416-415-5000, ext. 2092 firstname.lastname@example.org Course Section(s) Available CRN: W53093 Delivery Method: Date(s) Day(s) Time Building Room 09 Feb 2021 – 30 Mar 2021 Tu 6:15 – 9:15 p.m. ONL TBA Hours: 24 Fee: $226 Note: Delivered through online scheduled sessions. Register Now Some courses require you to purchase a textbook. The cost of the textbook is not included in the course fee unless otherwise indicated. If there is a textbook assigned for this course, it will be listed on the bookstore website.