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
Analysing our Evidence
Most family historians are more adept at gathering information than determining if it is accurate. Let genealogist and “true historical crime” author, Carol Baxter, teach you some important evidence analysis skills.
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.
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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