Every January, the Utah Genealogical Association invites genealogists to their annual Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy (SLIG). Each attendee signs up for a specific track where they learn in-depth research information about their chosen topic.
Some courses fill up fast when registration opens in June, so if you’re interested, you want to keep an eye out for it each summer.
Besides the main courses, SLIG also offers evening sessions beginning at 7pm and 8:15pm. The first night is free and other sessions are only $10. These are open to the public.
SLIG runs from January 14-18, and takes place at the Radisson Hotel, about a block from the Family History Library.