Don't Gloss Over Your Glossary

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 Have you ever wondered what needs to be included in your glossary in your appraisal report? Have you ever tried to explain "damascening" or "smalls," or "free edge" to your clients or intended users? This webinar will explain the nuances and importance of the glossary in the appraisal report. Dr. Goldman, a Certified Member of the Appraisers Association, will explain how to create specific terms for an appraisal assignment, how to keep an organized database of these terms and how to use these terms to market your business.

Appraisers Association of America members will receive 1 C.E. (Continuing Education) Credit.

This is a recording of a webinar previously held live on May 21, 2024.

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RGDr. Rachael Goldman holds a Ph.D. from the City University of New York-Graduate Center in History. She is the author of “Color-Terms in a Social and Cultural Context in Ancient Rome” published by Gorgias Press.  She has studied at the Summer Classical School at the American Academy in Rome and won awards for the New York Classical School. She has been published in the journal Glotta, the Bryn Mawr Classical Review, the Classical Journal, the Renaissance Quarterly and the Decorative Arts Journal of the Bard Graduate Center. She has taught at Adelphi University, the College of New Jersey, Rutgers College, and at various schools in City University of New York. She completed the Sotheby’s American Fine and Decorative Arts course. As a specialist for Bonhams, she ushered in the first Judaica sale. Rachael is a Certified Member of the Appraisers Association of America.

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