How do you judge the quality of free instruction on the web? Good question. You might go take a look at a couple of sites and see what others have done before you create your own on-line education. Debbie Duay mentioned one such site the other day on the list, Librarians Serving Genealogists. She described it as follows:
"The tutorial is for anyone interested in using the Internet for genealogy research, but it is an especially helpful resource for beginners to genealogy. It provides a demonstration of each Internet resource, and it allows users to practice with the resource while following step-by-step instructions." Check out this on-line tutorial at:http://www.learnwebskills.com/family/intro.html
Then come back and tell me what you liked about the site. Comments most welcome.