Correlation is required to meet the Genealogical Proof Standard (GPS), but what exactly is it? How do I do it? And can it help me solve genealogical problems? We will use case studies to demonstrate how to correlate evidence to generate ideas for further research, test hypotheses, and present conclusions. You will leave the webinar with clear steps to apply to your genealogy at different stages during the research process.
Shannon Green, CG, is a genealogy researcher, writer, and educator. She started looking into her ancestry in 2010 and has been debunking family lore, overturning family traditions, and wrecking the idealized version of her family history ever since. Shannon earned the Certified Genealogist credential in 2017. Her research is primarily focused on extending her female lines. She has been published in various scholarly journals, including the National Genealogical Society Quarterly and the New York Genealogical & Biographical Record. She is a Trustee of BCG and the BCG Education Fund and she is an Instructor for Boston University’s Genealogy Principles course. She has an undergraduate degree from Duke University and an MBA from Vanderbilt University. Shannon lives in Denver, Colorado with her husband and three children.