Saturday, April 25, 2015

BCG Webinars Now Available Online

I was excited about the announcement this week that the webinars hosted by the Board for Certification of Genealogists are now available on demand. I attended most of these webinars thwen the were offered live, but have been waiting for the one I missed to become available as a recording. 

These presentations are excellent, and I recommend them to others interested in these topics. Two of the presentations are available to view for free, and the others are available for a very reasonable price of $2.99. You can watch a review of each presentation to be sure you like it before making a purchase. For more details, or to watch the recorded presentations see 

Here is a listing of the topics and presenters:

Baker, James A., “Elementary, My Dear Watson! Solving Your Genealogy Puzzles with Clues You Already Have”

Bittner, F. Warren, “Complex Evidence What it is, How it Works, Why it Matters”

Hait, Michael, “‘Of Sound Mind and Body’ Using Probate Records in Your Research”

Hibben, Jean Wilcox, “Certified or Certifiable? Why a Genealogist Would Go Through All that Trouble”

Jones, Thomas W., “Fine Wine in a New Bottle: Guidelines for Effective Research and Family Histories” (FREE)

Russell, Judy G., “Kinship Determination: From Generation to Generation” (FREE)

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