The Board for Certification of Genealogists, better known as the BCG, has created a great resource for genetic genealogy, including books, blogs, lists, forums, classes, institutes and webinars.
If you want to learn about how DNA assists genealogists, there is a plethora of resources available today. Thanks to the BCG for putting this information in one place.
I love their opening statement: “We can’t stick our heads in the sand anymore.” Genetic genealogy is a fait accompli today. It’s here to stay and every genealogist should have at least a very basic understanding of what it can do and how.
For a short, basic, easy to understand introduction, my “4 Kinds of DNA for Genetic Genealogy” is one of the most visited articles on my website.