RootsTech SLC 2020

RootsTech Salt Lake City 2020 will run from Wednesday, February 26th to Saturday, February 29th at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. Early bird registration will open in the fall of 2019.   RootsTech London 2019 is set for 24 - 26 October 2019 at the ExCeL London. Registration for RootsTech London is now open.   You can visit the RootsTech video archive page to watch a select number of recordings from RootsTech SLC 2019. You can also purchase a Virtual Pass for access to 18 more recorded classes.  
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RootsTech London 2019

RootsTech London 2019 is an expansion of RootsTech to the European continent this year and will be held in London, England October 24 - October 26, 2019. RootsTech London will be held at the ExCeL London Convention Centre.   RootsTech is the world’s largest family history event and this convention will include: More than 150 hands-on lectures on topics such as DNA records preserving family memories   An exhibition hall with vendors showcasing books, products, and supplies for family historians (DNA kits as well) Keynote Speakers, this year Nick Barratt with the BBC's Who Do You Think You Are? series World-class entertainment & more   Price is yet to be determined and registration for RootsTech London 2019 will open after registration for RootsTech Salt Lake City 2019 closes (Feb 27-Mar 2, 2019).
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How I’m Using Curt Witcher’s RootsTech class: Five Things All Genealogists Should Do Before They Die

I attended Curt Witcher's RootsTech class "Five Things All Genealogists Should Do Before They Die" because I looked over the handout and knew he was part of my tribe. He is the Senior Manager for Special Collections at the Allen County Public Library. Each of his bullet points is something I'm working on and care about deeply. He is a brilliant, engaging lecturer and has a lot of great ideas.

 

 

His bucket list items were:

Tell Your Own StoryInterview as many Relatives, Family, Friends, and Colleagues as possibleOrganize your ResearchDeal with your ImagesExplore new Technologies

 

 

1. Tell Your Own Story

I've written a couple of blogs about this and am carving some time in my weekly monthly schedule to record stories of my life. I'm writing episodic stories about specific events and then I'd like to create short Animoto videos to go along with the longer, written version. Both of my parents di…

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