Family Tree Live - DNA workshops

Family Tree Live

Alexandra Palace, London, 17th - 18th April 2020

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The workshop schedule is detailed below - book your place now!

Booking your place using the Ticket Factory website: simply scroll through the lecture and workshop listing on the Ticket Factory website (lectures are listed first, in time order, following by all workshops), or use the search facility at the top of the page to find your chosen lecture or workshop.

The workshops are split into the following categories:  

DNA workshop programme is as follows…

  Friday 17 April Saturday 18 April
10.30am FULLY BOOKED I’ve taken a DNA test, now what? with Karen Evans: An absolute beginner guide on your first steps to take when receiving your autosomal results FULLY BOOKED DNA third party tools with Michelle Leonard: Covering the different third party tools available to use with DNA tests and giving a practical demonstration of how to use them 
11.30am

FULLY BOOKED Working with DNA matches with Michelle Leonard: Covering how to work with DNA matches across the different testing sites and including practical tips to help attendees make progress

FULLY BOOKED Using DNA to break down brick walls with Laura House: A look at the practical applications of genetic genealogy
12.30pm FULLY BOOKED Clustering - why and how? with Donna Rutherford: Explaining why clusters are so useful for autosomal dna results and how they can be created FULLY BOOKED Useful tools and tips for DNA research with Michelle Patient: Using tools is essential in extracting genealogy evidence from our DNA results. Some are within the company websites, while others are available via a third party. Join Michelle as she explores some of the more recently released tools along with those currently considered "essential" by the genealogy community.
1.30pm FULLY BOOKED DNA third party tools with Michelle Leonard: Covering the different third party tools available to use with DNA tests and giving a practical demonstration of how to use them  FULLY BOOKED Working with DNA matches with Michelle Leonard: Covering how to work with DNA matches across the different testing sites and including practical tips to help attendees make progress
2.30pm An unknown way with Michelle Patient: A technique for resolving unknown ancestral lines FULLY BOOKED Clustering - why and how? with Donna Rutherford: Explaining why clusters are so useful for autosomal dna results and how they can be created
3.30pm   FULLY BOOKED DNA projects – with James Irvine: learn how to set up a surname project and how doing so will help your research 


Lectures and workshops are included with admission, but booking is required, and places are reserved on a first-come-first-served basis. Programme may be subject to change.