Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Indiana Librarians Can Earn LEUs at IGS Annual Conference

The Indiana State Library has approved Library Education Units (LEU) and Technology Library Education Units (TLEU) for Indiana library professionals at the Indiana Genealogical Society’s 2018 conference on Saturday, April 28, 2018 at the Indiana University Southeast campus in New Albany, Indiana.

The sessions approved for Library Education Units are:
  • The New York Gateway: Immigration, Emigration and Migration, presented by Jane Wilcox (1 LEU)
  • A Tale of Woe: An Eighteenth Century Woman’s Story Using Original and Authored Sources, presented by Jane Wilcox (1 LEU) 
  • The Kentucky Vital Records Law, presented by Joe Hardesty (1 LEU) 
  • New York City and State Government Vital Records and Alternatives, presented by Jane Wilcox (1 LEU) 
  • Finding American Women’s Voices through the Centuries: Letters, Journals, Newspapers, and Court Records, presented by Jane Wilcox (1 LEU) 

The sessions approved for Technology Library Education Units are:
  • Researching Your Kentucky Civil War Ancestors, presented by Joe Hardesty (1 TLEU) 
  • The Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center: Update on Collections and Access, presented by Curt Witcher (1 TLEU) 
  • Researching in the Sons of the American Revolution Library, presented by Joe Hardesty (1 TLEU) 

Registration for the conference can be made on the Indiana Genealogical Society’s website at indgensoc.org/conference.php.

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