Today’s episode of Research Like a Pro is about the most efficient way to write reports. We discuss the pros and cons of writing as you research and writing at the end of your research. We discuss the process of analyzing the source and information in the records you find in your research notes and report, and when to correlate the information that you find. Listen in to find out what conclusion we came to – is it better to write as you research or write your report at the end of your research?
RLP 9: Report Writing– Episode 9 is about report writing
Research Like a Pro Part 6: Write it Up– Diana’s post about report writing in the original RLP blog series at Family Locket
Mastering Genealogical Proofby Thomas W. Jones, link to the book on Amazon (affiliate link)
Research Like a Pro with DNA Study Group– sign up for our Fall study group
Study Group– more information and email list
Research Like a Pro: A Genealogist’s Guideby Diana Elder with Nicole Dyer on Amazon.com
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