RLP # 101: Proof Disagreements– Qualification Prep Work

 

Today’s episode of Research Like a Pro is about proof arguments. We discuss different types of proofs, including proof statements, proof summaries, and proof arguments. Then we discuss the requirements for the case study element of the portfolio for certification and go over the rubric indicators that show if a case study has met the standards. We talk about resources for helping you with proofs and logical arguments. We also discuss various methods for organizing proof arguments.

Links

BCG Application Guide – at BCG’s website

RLP #99: Writing a Narrative Family History – Certification Preparation

RLP 86: Mining Records for Research Opportunities – Certification Preparation

Certification Discussion Group – Sign up for next group

Research Like a Pro eCourse

Study Group – more information and email list

Research Like a Pro: A Genealogist’s Guide by Diana Elder with Nicole Dyer on Amazon.com

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