RLP 119: Revisiting Research Reports

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Today's episode of Research Like a Pro is about how to write a research report after your have completed your research plan. Typically a client report is about research in progress. You discuss what was found in the amount of time that was allotted. A report for yourself can be similar. Discuss the starting objective and what was known, then go through the searches that were performed and what was found. Join us as we discuss how to begin, what voice to use, the major sections of the report, adding tables and footnotes, and more. We have enjoyed revisiting the research like a pro steps with you! We hope you will write a report about your research to help you remember what you found.

Links

Research Like a Pro Part 6: Write it Up

RLP 104: Research Reports – Certification Preparation

RLP 89: DNA Report Writing

RLP 59: Writing As You Research

RLP 9: Report Writing

Research Like a Pro eCourse

Study Group - more information and email list

Research Like a Pro: A Genealogist's Guide by Diana Elder with Nicole Dyer on Amazon.com

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