Last week I attended the Roots Tech conference in Salt Lake. It was amazing and the Expo area was fantastic! I wanted to make sure and share the video classes that are located at the RootsTech.org site. There are a variety of classes for the beginner and advanced genealogist. Some of the classes are focused on how to search the internet effectively, other classes are about gathering and preserving family stories. Take a minute to check out the great resources at this site.
Presented by the International Commission for the
Accreditation of Professional Genealogists and the BYU Center for Family
History and Genealogy
October 19-20, 2012
Ernest L. Wilkinson Center, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah
Featuring 60 different classes in six tracks:
Preparing for Accreditation
Resources for Professionals
Skills and Methodology
Technology and the Internet
Special guest speaker at the Friday ICAPGen Annual Meeting
Don Anderson, "FamilySearch and Family History
Full conference registration includes two full days of
conference classes, vendor booth access, lunch both days, and time for
early-bird price for the full two-day conference is $80 for AG Professionals
and $90 for general registration. This price includes a nice luncheon both
days. One-day registration is also available, and the early-bird price for a
one-day registration is $50.
Register at: icapgen.org, then chose ICAPGen Store
I belong to a family, I am the mother of 8 beautiful children, I am a sister, daughter and wife. I am a mother who knows. I am also an Accredited Genealogist. I have a B.A. degree in Family and Community History from Brigham Young University. I am a Masters student in Instructional Design & Educational Technology at the University of Utah. I currently teach Family History & Genealogy classes part-time at Brigham Young University and online classes at Salt Lake Community College. My research interests include: United States, Latin America, Spain & Scandinavian countries.