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Registration Open for May Webinars!


Relative Roots is pleased to announce our May webinar schedule!

Tuesday, May 3
Two sessions: 1pm Eastern (5pm GMT) and 8pm Eastern (12am GMT)
Genetic Genealogy for Beginners: DNA is the “Gene” in Genealogy
FREE!

What is Genetic Genealogy? What tests are available and which one should I order? How much does a Genetic Genealogy test cost? Do I need to be a geneticist to understand my results?

If you’re a complete beginner to Genetic Genealogy and want the answers to these questions and more, then this webinar is for you! Attendees will learn about the history of genetic genealogy, be introduced to DNA basics and inheritance paths, learn about the different types of DNA tests available for genealogy, and learn about resources that will help you make the most of your Genetic Genealogy experience.

Tuesday, May 17
1pm Eastern (5pm GMT)
Genetic Genealogy Demystified: Reading and Understanding Your Family Tree DNA Results
Part 1: Y-DNA

You’ve taken the plunge and ordered a genetic genealogy DNA test from Family Tree DNA, but now that you have your results, you don’t understand them? Join us for an information-packed webinar focusing on how to read and understand your Y-DNA results.

Thursday, May 19
1pm Eastern (5pm GMT)
Starting and Managing a Family Tree DNA Project

Family Tree DNA has over 6,000 surname, geographical, heritage and haplogroup projects. All of these projects are run by volunteers who have a passion for genetic genealogy. Join us to learn about starting and managing a Family Tree DNA Project. We’ll go over the Group Administrator Page (GAP), tools that are available for project administrators, and issues such as member recruitment.

Tuesday, May 24
1pm Eastern (5pm GMT)
Genetic Genealogy Demystified: Reading and Understanding Your Family Tree DNA Results
Part 2: mtDNA

You’ve taken the plunge and ordered a genetic genealogy DNA test from Family Tree DNA, but now that you have your results, you don’t understand them? Join us for an information-packed webinar focusing on how to read and understand your mtDNA results.

Tuesday, May 31
1pm Eastern (5pm GMT)
Genetic Genealogy Demystified: Reading and Understanding Your Family Tree DNA Results
Part 3: Family Finder

You’ve taken the plunge and ordered a genetic genealogy DNA test from Family Tree DNA, but now that you have your results, you don’t understand them? Join us for an information-packed webinar focusing on how to read and understand your Family Finder results.

ON-DEMAND NOW AVAILABLE!
Starting this month, recordings of Relative Roots webinars will now be available for viewing on-demand. Recordings will be availble within 24 hours after each live webinar. There are two ways to access a recording: 1) sign up for the live webinar, then within 24 hours after the webinar ends, you will receive an email containing the link to the recording; or 2) visit the Relative Roots website the day after the live webinar and you’ll be able to sign up for the recording there.

REGISTRATION
For further details about any of these webinars and to register, please visit our Webinars page: http://www.relativeroots.net/webinars/.

COST
Genetic Genealogy for Beginners – FREE
All others – $10 each

DISCOUNTS!
Relative Roots is offering two specials for this month’s webinars:

  • All 3 “Genetic Genealogy Demystified” webinars for only $25 (normally $30) when purchased in the same shopping cart by Tuesday, May 17. Price will automatically be adjusted once all 3 webinars are in the shopping cart.

  • $5 off the purchase of any three (3) May webinars with coupon code RRW5GGD3MAY when purchased in the same shopping cart by Tuesday, May 17. This coupon may be used in conjunction with the above discount.

SPECIAL OFFER FROM FAMILY TREE DNA
Attendees of Relative Roots’ genetic genealogy webinars will receive an exclusive 10% discount on select tests from Family Tree DNA! Details are provided at the end of each live webinar.

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