Free Genealogy Webinar Class: Reveal Your Unique Story through DNA, Family History, & Video
Reveal more about your family’s unique story through DNA and genealogy!
What You Will Learn in this Genealogy Webinar Video:
Your DNA Guide will get you started using DNA
There are more options, and possible outcomes, than you might think! Diahan will walk you through the choices.
Lisa Louise Cooke will provide strategies for filling in the gaps in your family’s story
Lisa will show you online tools that go well beyond names and dates. Then we’ll expand your story in unexpected ways by finding DNA connections.
Lisa & Beth Forester will show you how to share the story you’ve uncovered through video
You’ll discover how easy it is to tell your story like a pro!
Watch the Free Genealogy Webinar Video Below:
Genealogy Societies and Libraries:
You have our permission to show this free video class to your genealogy society or library group and you are welcome to advertise the presentation to your local media outlets, newsletter, social media, etc. Attribution Requirements: Include the text “This video is presented by Lisa Louise Cooke and Diahan Southard and sponsored by Animoto. Learn more at https://lisalouisecooke.com/webinar/” This attribution must be included in all promotions and announcements about the presentation. Please also share with your audience that we have several companion resources:
- The Genealogist’s Google Toolbox, 2nd edition
- DNA Quick Reference Guides in print or digital download
- Genealogy Gems Premium Membership
- Free weekly e-newsletter
If you’re interested in showing more video classes to your group in the future, check out our Genealogy Gems for Societies package! It is a licensing subscription service just for genealogical societies and groups such as libraries. The package provides you with a 1-year license to show one video class per event or meeting (click here for current video class catalog) and includes printable handouts. Learn more and purchase the 1-year Genealogy Gems for Societies package here.
For any questions about attribution requirements or the Genealogy Gems for Societies package, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.