Expand Your Genealogy Education Without Spending a Cent

There’s nothing better than learning something new to enhance your genealogy education, and if it’s FREE that’s even better. This week I’d like to tell you about a couple of FREE webinars that I’ve signed up for that you might find of interest.

The Southern California Genealogical Society and Family Research Library (SGCS) runs a series of webinars throughout the year. The webinars run twice-monthly and are free and open to the public. The webinar that caught my eye was the upcoming  April 1st webinar called; Finding Scottish Ancestors online.  The presentation will be given by Nancy E. Loe, MA, MLS;  who you may know from her blog; Sassy Jane Genealogy. Find out how to find and use digital records for your Scottish research.

Be sure to check out the other webinars for other topics of interest.  To find out more about the SGCS webinar’s click here.

 

AncestryDNA’s Genetic Communities

(One of my Genetic Communities)

The genealogy community is abuzz with blogs about AncestryDNA’s new Genetic Communities. I wrote about my experience a few weeks ago and you can read my blog HERE.  You can learn more by signing up for Blaine Bettinger’s webinar; Exploring AncestryDNA’s New Genetic Communities on Legacy FamilyTree Webinars on March 30th.  Blaine will explain how it works, and how you can use it.

Blaine Bettinger is Ph.D., J.D., is an intellectual property attorney by day and a genetic genealogist by night. In 2007 he started The Genetic Genealogist (www.thegeneticgenealogist.com), one of the earliest blogs on the DNA. Baine is also the author of The Family Tree Guide to DNA Testing and Genetic Genealogy.

While you’re at the Legacy Webinar site be sure to check the upcoming schedule. You can sign up for webinars for the rest of 2017.  The webinars are Free and if you miss a webinar they continue to be Free for 1 week after original air date.

Webinars are a great way to learn from the comfort of your home.

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