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Wednesday, February 8: The "WHO" of Genetic Genealogy
For intermediate level researchers, Blaine Bettinger will be talking about which of your family members to test.
Friday, February 10: Deciphering German Script
Learn how to train yourself to read and interpret enough of the records to make substantial progress on your genealogy from Gail Blankenau. This is a beginner level presentation.
Wednesday, February 15: Be Your Own Digital Archivist: Preserve Your Research
Cindi Ingle will talk about safeguarding your genealogical research--another program for beginners.
Tuesday, February 21: Weaving DNA Test Results into a Proof Argument
For intermediate and experienced researchers, Karen Stanbary's lecture illustrates how to integrate each element of the Genealogical Proof Standard in a proof argument that relies heavily on autosomal DNA test results.
Wednesday, February 22: Finding Missing Persons With DNA Testing
Diahan Southard provides more DNA information for beginners. The topic description follows: "Do you have an adoption in your line, or are you adopted yourself? Do you have an ancestor who just refuses to be found? DNA testing can be a very powerful tool to help fill in the blanks in your family tree. But how helpful can it really be when you know absolutely nothing about the person you are trying to find? As it turns out, with the right techniques and a careful search, your DNA might be able to tell you more than you think."