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Monday, October 9, 2017

RootsTech 2018 Class Schedule


RootsTech 2018 has released the daily class schedule! Below is the first day. Go to RootsTech Sessions to browse and sign up for the complete schedule, Wednesday-Saturday. 

"FamilySearch Mobile Apps:  Family History, Anytime, Anywhere" looks like a class to take to update my choices. What's the first class that you will take?  See you there!

Not registered yet? Register for RootsTech 2018.

9:30                Sessions/Labs

Big Data: Buzz Word or Family History Revolution?
Real-World Examples of Frustrations of Endogamy
FamilySearch Mobile Apps: Family History, Anytime, Anywhere
The Search for Anna Hansen: Finding German Records
Family Lore: The truth and power behind our myths
The New Deal: Putting Genealogists to Work
A Gift of Life: Who's Writing Your Story?
Consultant Class: Start with the Heart
Scottish Ancestry in The National Archives (UK)
Making the most of English & Welsh Parish records
11:00 am

Integrating Your Software with FamilySearch
Behind Your DNA Results
Deed You Hear About These Underutilized Records?
Translation & Transcription Tools for Genealogy
The Ancestors Await: Finding Your Ancestors through Archival Research
Research Strategies For Newbies - learn how to search like a genealogist.
DNA - One Family, One World
Missing – Presumed Dead: A Case Study of Civil War Records
What’s New in Family Tree Maker?
Consultant Class: Ministering to Others Brings Joy
Smart Scans With Your Smartphone
Beating OCR Bugs to Bag More from Old Newspapers
Family Story Slam - making the family story cool.
Organize decades of family heritage on your phone!
How Close Are We Really? Evaluating Shared DNA
Story Telling for Posterity with Podcasting
British Geographic Resources: an Introduction
1:30 pm

Organizing and Documenting Plantation Slaves
How Can FamilySearch Help You with Nordic Research?
Finding the Right DNA Test for You
Managing Your Tree on Ancestry Made Simple
Downsizing with Family History in Mind
The Irish Registry of Deeds: a hidden treasure
Consultant Class: Living Memory Discovery Experiences
Are You Your Own Brick Wall
Digital Library on American Slavery & More
The Open Death Records Initiative
Yes! You Can Read That Handwriting!
Timelines are for you!
Collaboration: A Hat for Everyone
War of 1812 Pension Files
EXIF Marks the Spot: The critical need for metadata portability
Share Your Family’s Story with Custom Google Maps
Battlefield Stories: Writing Your Stories of War
3:00 pm

Records - different sizes, types and names
Which Hans Jensen is Mine? Navigating Patronymics in Scandinavian Research
Turning Ancestors Into Art
Connect families through family history
Finding Elusive Records at FamilySearch
You're on Social Media. Now What?
Organizing and Preserving Photograph Collections
Consultant Class: Discovery Experiences in the Tree
Ancestry's Apps: Great Companions to Your Research
Getting the Most Out of Your AncestryDNA Results
Get to Know the National Genealogical Society
Top Ten Clues Provided by Death Records
Prosecuting Dissent: Security records for Irish family history 1836-1922
Introduction to Chromosome Mapping
Dropbox Basics
4:30 pm
General Session

General Session - Wednesday


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