Sunday, 4 October 2009

National Institute of Genealogical Studies 10th anniversary

Congratulations to the National Institute of Genealogical Studies who today, Sunday October 4th 2009, marked their 10th anniversary. This must make them the oldest/largest online genealogical education program, now offering approximately 150 online courses, and a Canadian success story.

Louise St-Denis, Institute Director, has announced a move of the Institute from the Continuing Education Department at the University of Toronto to St. Michael's College, also at U. of T. The change probably won't the noticeable for students, but does perhaps reflect that online courses are becoming increasingly part of the regular university way of doing business.

To mark the 10th anniversary all registrations received from October 4th through October 14th will receive 10% off. This includes all packages of courses as well as single courses, so the discount could be well worth while for a full package.

Louise tells me that to received this 10% discount you process your registration online at www.genealogicalstudies.com for the regular registration fee. You receive your discount by mailing your receipt for online payment to (admin@genealogicalstudies.com) who will refund your credit card for the 10%.

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