Genealogy’s Star: Looking forward to RootsTech 2022 Virtual. “RootsTech 2022 is coming faster than you expect. This year it is 100% virtual and 100% free (if you already have an internet connection and a device to connect). I am involved as an ‘Influencer.’ I guess my perception of reality should begin adapting to linguistic changes. Most of my time during RootsTech from the 28th of February to the 5th of March is going to be spent helping people around the world with their genealogical questions.”
Deseret News: FamilySearch wants to build on success with another free, all-virtual RootsTech in 2022
Deseret News: FamilySearch wants to build on success with another free, all-virtual RootsTech in 2022. “Empowered by its success earlier this year, FamilySearch is planning to take a similar approach with another free, entirely virtual RootsTech in 2022. The worldwide online event is scheduled for March 3-5, FamilySearch announced in a news release Wednesday.”
RootsTech: RootsTech 2020 Free Livestream Schedule. “If traveling to Salt Lake City isn’t an option for you, don’t worry! Many of the sights and teachings from the conference will be streamed live on our home page—for free!”
FamilySearch: #NotAtRootsTech 2018? Here’s How to Participate Virtually. “…the world’s largest family history conference isn’t just for those who live close enough to go. In fact, many of the sights and sounds and much of the learning from the conference will be streamed live online for free. Over the years, this live stream has made RootsTech events and classes accessible to tens of thousands of online participants. If you can’t make it to RootsTech in person, here are a few ways you can participate virtually…”
Genealogists! RootsTech has started, and even if you can’t attend there’s plenty to livestream from your computer. “Not able to attend in person? Several sessions at RootsTech 2017, including the general keynote sessions, will be streamed live on the home page of RootsTech.org. After the conference, recordings of these sessions will be posted on the website for a limited time.”
FamilySearch has announced the free broadcasts for this year’s RootsTech. Two of my favorites, Amy Crow and Anne Mitchell, are on the list.