Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Tuesday's Tip: Watch RootsTech 2015 Livestreamed Sessions

This week's Tuesday's Tip is to:  Further your genealogy education by watching the RootsTech 2015 livestreamed sessions at  http://rootstech.org/video/4050134760001.

As of 26 February 2015, these videos are available from the sessions:

*  Thursday Keynote Session - Dennis Brimhall, Mike Mallin, Tan Le (91 minutes)

*  Friday Keynote Session:  Annelies van den Bent (20 minutes)

*  Friday Keynote Session:  Josh Taylor (15 minutes)

*  Saturday Keynote Session:  A. J. Jacobs and Donny Osmond (92 minutes)

*  D. Joshua Taylor: 30 Pieces of Tech I Can't Live Without (58 minutes)

*  Karen Auman: You've Mastered the Census, What Next? (44 minutes)

*  Devin Ashby:  What's New at FamilySearch (60 minutes)

*  Diahan Southard:  Getting Started in Genetic Genealogy (44 minutes)

*  Thomas MacEntee:  Building a Genealogy Research Toolbox (43 minutes)

*  Anne Leishman:  Bring Your Ancestors Back to the Future (48 minutes)

 Innovator Showdown (60 minutes)

*  Valerie Elkins:  The Write Stuff: Leaving a  Recorded Legacy (55 minutes)

*  Crystal Beutler:  Family History on the Go: Using iPhones and Tablet Apps (53 minutes)

*  Alison Taylor:  Personal History Triage: How to Tell the Ten Best Stories of Your Life (57 minutes)

*  Peter Drinkwater:  Finding Your Family on Newspapers.com (48 minutes)

*  Amy Archibald:  Finding the Living Among the Dead: Using the Internet to Find Your Living Cousins (52 minutes)

*  Mark Olsen:  Discover New Research Opportunities with the MyHeritage and FamilySearch Partnership (55 minutes)

*  Crista Cowan and Juliana Szucs:  Getting the Most Out of Ancestry.com (48 minutes)

*  Ron Tanner:  FamilySearch Family Tree 2014 and Beyond (61 minutes)


Updated 26 February 2015, 9 a.m.

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1 comment:

Cassmob (Pauleen) said...

These are great aren't they ...a chance to catch up on some of those competing priorities. Thanks Randy.