A Template for Evaluating Evidence
Genealogical Computing 24 (April
Adventures in Genealogy Education - Studying Evidence Analysis, Part 1
Blog by Angela McGhie.
Adventures in Genealogy Education - Studying Evidence Analysis, Part 2
By Angela McGhie.
African American Lives 2 . Analyzing the Evidence | PBS
BCG “Ten-Minute Methodology” Series
Ten-Minute Methodology is an occasional series intended to educate and challenge BCG associates, aspirants, and the genealogical community at large.
BCG Skillbuilding: Perils of Source Snobbery
By Thomas W. Jones, Ph.D., CG, CGL, FASG, FNGS, FUGA.
Board for Certification of Genealogists - OnBoard Articles
A series of articles from Board for Certification of Genealogists.
BCG Skillbuilding: It’s Not That Hard to Write Proof Arguments
By Barbara Vines Little, CG.
BCG Skillbuilding: Proof Arguments
By Laura A. DeGrazia , CG.
Skillbuilding: Analyzing and Reviewing Published Sources
By Elizabeth Shown Mills.
DAR Library - Using Indirect Evidence to Establish Genealogical Connections
Direct, indirect, and negative evidence
A simple analogy to explain the difference between direct, indirect, and negative evidence.
Evaluating Evidence Article - PGVWiki
By Tristan L. Tolman, AG.
Historical Analysis, Citation & Source Usage. By Elizabeth Shown Mills.
Evidence Explained - Proof Argument vs. Proof Summary
Evidence Explained - QuickLesson 13: Classes of Evidence
Evidence Explained - QuickLesson 16: Speculation, Hypothesis, Interpretation & Proof
Evidence Explained - QuickLesson 17: The Evidence Analysis Process Map
In-depth lesson by Elizabeth Shown Mills.
Evidence Explained (Facebook)
Evidence Standards in Genealogical Research - An Introduction and Guide
By Janice Selberg for the Michigan Bar Journal.
Excelsior College - Genealogy Courses
Currently offers two online 16-week genealogy courses: Genetic Genealogy with Blaine Bettinger, and Practicum in Genealogy with Melinde Lutz Byrne.
FamilySearch Learning Center - Using 'Correlation' to Reveal Facts that No Record States
A course by Tom Jones. Not the "I found it" approach to genealogical research, but the "piecing together" approach.
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