Advancing Your Education: Free BCG Webinar, Tuesday, March 17th

The Board for Certification of Genealogists has announced their free March webinar. This popular series has a limited number of virtual seats. They fill up quickly, so pre-registration is highly recommended.

A BCG press release provides the following information on the webinar, Elementary, My Dear Watson!  Solving Your Genealogy Puzzles with Clues You Already Have.

“What can a genealogist do when key direct evidence is missing or inadequate? The Board for Certification of Genealogists will present a webinar on this question free to the public at 8pm EDT 17 March 2015.  James M. Baker, CGSM, will offer step-by-step approaches for using inferential and analytic thinking to solve these challenging genealogy problems – including the use of naming patterns, birth/marriage witness data, inheritance data, sibling research, timelines, and family migrations.”

Register at:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2391757013757559042

If you have not attended a webinar before, it is fairly simple. Registrants receive email instructions on how to access the presentation. A reminder with a link to the session is sent before the webinar. You need a computer or other device with sound and an Internet connection. The webinar is presented via Go-to-Webinar.

For further information contact Nicki Birch, CGSM, at office@BCGcertification.org.

CG, Certified Genealogist, CGL, and Certified Genealogical Lecturer are service marks of the Board for Certification of Genealogists, used under license by board certificants after periodic evaluations. The board name is a trademark registered in the US Patent and Trademark Office.

© 2015, Debbie Mieszala. All rights reserved.

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