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Welcome to Genetic Genealogy Links!
The links on these pages provide quick reference to several categories of genetic genealogy resources. This is a work in progress. We will add links and categories as we discover new resources, but we can't possibly keep up with all the changes in the world of DNA. If you have a suggestion for a new link or category, contact us at
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The world’s most popular webinar website for genealogy and DNA testing, where you can enjoy a robust offering of live and recorded webinars presented by top speakers.
Last Updated: 28 June 2022
The DNA Workshop at Who Do You Think You Are always features the widest range of lectures and presentations on genetic genealogy. Ranging from the basics of DNA testing to how Europe was populated by our ancestors, identifying the fallen soldiers of The Great War, and genetic investigations into the Black Death. The lectures are sponsored by FamilyTreeDNA (at and organised by ISOGG (International Society of Genetic Genealogy).
Last Updated: 10 February 2022
Family history and genealogy should be fun. Learn how to understand your DNA and research your family tree. Videos released at least twice weekly focused on genetic genealogy and genealogy research for beginning family historians. Individually, Andy and Devon Noe Lee have over 20 years of genealogy experience, each with a different focus. Andy loves breaking down the logical puzzles known as DNA since he's an engineer by trade. Devon's marketing and journalism background draw her toward research and writing.
Last Updated: 9 February 2022
This series of five short videos by the University of Utah Genetic Science Learning Center provides an introduction and description of the four types of DNA used for genetic genealogy testing.
Last Updated: 10 February 2022