Can’t make it to Ft. Lauderdale for the 2016 NGS Conference? You can still take advantage of ten lectures streamed to you live. They will also be accessible for three months after the conference closes. Several lectures from the BCG Skillbuilding track are included in “Day Two: Methods for Success.”
The signup deadline is approaching, so be quick if you want access to these lectures.
The live streaming signup deadline is midnight, Friday, 22 April 2016. Register here.
Live-streamed BCG Skillbuilding lectures, Friday, 6 May, 2016
Jeanne L. Bloom, CG, “Sharing With Others: How to Convey Evidence”
Techniques to construct and arrange genealogical reasoning so that our research is useful to future generations and facilitates effective collaboration with other genealogists.
Thomas W. Jones, PhD, CG, CGL, “Systematically Using Autosomal DNA Test Results to Help Break Through Genealogical Brick Walls”
A case study set in the early 1800s demonstrates methodology for using autosomal DNA test results to help solve longstanding genealogical problems.
Stefani Evans, CG, “Doughnut Holes and Family Skeletons: Meeting the GPS through Negative and Indirect Evidence”
When one Matteson family branch shunned its prominent renegade, it created a doughnut-hole pattern of negative evidence that, ironically, helps strengthen the case for connection.
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