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From: "Debbie Mayes" <>
Subject: [APG] BCG portfolio questions, Requirement #6
Date: Fri, 13 Feb 2009 22:13:55 -0500
I'm working on Requirement #6, the case study. One of the points in my proof argument is determining a year of birth for an ancestor. I made a table comparing his ages on various records to those of other family members whose year of birth has been proven. Most of the records for this were censuses.
The instructions say to use footnotes, not endnotes for the citations. To cite all of the records used on the table, is 32 citations. I think that takes up way too much space as a footnote & looks bad. Is there another way to cite the table or records in it? Maybe a footnote with the citation for the table (that I made it) & then a note that the citations for the records used in the table is at the end of the case study & if at the end, would it be an endnote or a bibliography?
My other question is when I print out the final copies to put in the portfolio, should I change the dates on the requirements so that each requirement has the same date on each page? I assume each requirement should have only 1 date on it even if you worked on it for several days or a couple weeks. It looks weird for each page of the same requirement to have a different date. Would you use the date you started it or finished it? Since the 7 requirements are worked on over a period of a year, should each one have the date for when you did that one or should I change the date on all of them to when I finished them and put the portfolio together so they all have the same date or is it necessary to have a date on them? Could I just put BCG Portfolio Requirement # and the year? The examples don't show show the portfolios should be dated.
Deborah Carder Mayes
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