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.

Note: By signing up for this workshop, you agree to have your email address shared with the BCG Education Fund for the purposes of receiving information and updates regarding this year’s Putting Skills to Work. The BCG Education Fund agrees not to use addresses for any other purpose or continue their use beyond the current year workshop.

St. Charles Convention Center

TUESDAY, 7 MAY 2019
8:30 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.

CHECK-IN BEGINS:
8:00 A.M.

The $110 registration fee includes lunch, two in-depth presentations, hands-on exercises, syllabus, handouts, and active class participation. NGS Conference registration is not required. The workshop is limited to sixty students. Sponsored by the BCG Education Fund, an independent charitable trust, http://www.bcgcertification.org/educationfund.

Program

NANCY PETERS, CG, CGL

EVIDENCE ANALYSIS: THEORY, PRACTICE, AND THE REAL WORLD

Through discussion of case examples and hands-on activities, participants will learn methods for analyzing sources, information, and evidence to solve genealogical problems.

MELISSA JOHNSON, CG

MEETING STANDARDS WITH TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY RESEARCH REPORTS

Discussion and activities will focus on how to report research results in a concise and professional format that meets current standards.

Questions? Contact NGS Registrar Courtney Holmes at
[email protected] or refer to FAQs.