Putting Skills to Work, BCG Education Fund The workshop helps attendees develop skills that serious genealogical researchers use as family historians, librarians, dedicated hobbyists, or writers. Instructors target intermediate and advanced practitioners in accord with current genealogical standards. SOLD OUT Raleigh Convention Center TUESDAY, 9 MAY 2017 8:30 A.M. – 4:30 P.M. CHECK-IN BEGINS: 8:00 A.M. The $110 registration fee includes lunch, two indepth presentations, hands-on exercises, syllabus, handouts, and active class participation. NGS Conference registration is not required. The workshop is limited to 60 students. Sponsored by the BCG Education Fund, an independent charitable trust, http://www.bcgcertification.org/educationfund. Program NANCY A. PETERS, CG MAKE YOUR CASE: CORRELATING EVIDENCE TO SOLVE GENEALOGICAL PROBLEMS Are you stuck on a brick wall problem? Solutions to complex kinship and identity problems require skill in working with direct, indirect, and negative evidence. This workshop provides practical methods and hands-on experience in correlating evidence to recognize patterns, connections, and inconsistencies that will help you make your case. SARA ANNE SCRIBNER, CG MAKE YOUR CASE: CONSTRUCTING AND WRITING PROOF ARGUMENTS You solved your brick wall problem. Can you prove your case in writing to the toughest critic? This workshop begins with resolving conflicting evidence and moves on to constructing and writing proof discussions. The bulk of the workshop explains logical progression and deconstructs creating a compelling proof argument. Questions? Contact NGS Registrar Courtney Holmes at email@example.com or refer to FAQs.