DNA webinar tonight!

Tonight: free APG webinar on autosomal DNA

One last chance for the procrastinators to register:

Tonight, Tuesday, April 30, 2013, at 9:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time (8:00 Central, 7:00 Mountain and 6:00 Pacific), I’ll be presenting a webinar sponsored by the Association of Professional Genealogists. It’s part of the series of webinars being produced by APG and, through APG’s generosity, it’s free to all:

An Autosomal DNA Primer: “Sex Doesn’t Matter Any More”

A plain English introduction to autosomal DNA for non-tech types. Learn how this newest type of DNA testing works across gender lines to tell you more about your deep genetic past and help you find cousins to share your genealogy with today.

Again, this webinar is free and open to all genealogists, courtesy of the Association of Professional Genealogists, so reserve your webinar seat now at:


Remember: after tonight, the recording of this webinar — like all recordings of the APG webinars — will be available to APG members only. So be sure to reserve your seat!

We now return you to your regularly scheduled programming…

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5 Responses to DNA webinar tonight!

  1. Karla says:

    Will this be useful for those of us who have already jumped in and are working with autosomal results, or is it truly introductory? I don’t have a lot of experience yet but I think I’m clear on all the very basics and hope to learn more about analyzing what I see.

    • Judy G. Russell says:

      If you’re really already working with your results, understand how autosomal DNA can be used, and the pros and cons of the various testing companies, you may be better off waiting for a more advanced presentation — and I know APG has plans to continue this series on DNA well beyond what I’m presenting tonight. I hope there’s at least some tidbit in here for everyone below the expert level, but I understand people have to prioritize their time!

  2. Ruby says:

    Judy … your webinar last night was wonderful. You are a great speaker, and the information you gave was easy to understand. I am thinking about doing autosomal testing … actually waiting for a friend to get her results first.

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