RootsTech Free Online Videos

RootsTech Free Online VideosI know I am being greedy, but I am so jealous at the moment!!  Here I am just off the fabulous Unlock The Past 2013 Genealogy Cruise, I’ve hardly unpacked my suitcase and I want to be off again this time to RootsTech 2013. RootsTech is the yearly event where family history and technology collides and those two are a match made in heaven!

For those of us unable to attend there is a second option – watch some of the 2012 presentation that are available on  http://rootstech.org/videos#current I suspect that these 2012 videos may be replaced by those from this years show so I’m going to have a mini RootsTech experience this evening to make sure I don’t miss out.

RootsTech Free Online Videos

The videos on offer are

  • Inventing The Future as a Community – Jay Verkler
  • Do I Trust The Cloud ? –  D Joshua Taylor
  • Effective Database Search Tactics – Kory Meyerink
  • Twitter – It’s Not Just “What I Had For Breakfast” any more – Thomas McEntee
  • Eleven Layers of Online Searches – Barbara Renick
  • Exabyte Social Clouds and other Monstrosities – Josh Coates
  • Publish Your Genealogy Online – Laura Prescott
  • Optimizing Your Site for Search Engines – Robert Gardner
  • Genealogist’s Go Mobile – Sandra Crowley
  • Google’s Toolbar & Genealogy – David Barney
  • Making The Most of Technology to Further the Family History Industry – Tim Sullivan
  • Genealogy Podcasts & Blogs 101 – Lisa Louise Cooke
  • Future of FamilySearch Family Tree  – Ron Tanner
  • Privacy in a Collaborative Environment – Noah Tutak
  • YouTube Your Family History – Devin Ashby
  • Reputation Systems for Genealogy – Jimmy Zimmerman
  • GeneTech: YDNA Solutions to Common Genealogical Problems – Nathan Murphy
  • Using Android Devices for Genealogy and Family History – David Lifferth

So settle back and enjoy a taste of the RootsTech experience from your armchair – oh and remember to buy that Lottery ticket so that you can attend the real thing next year!

http://rootstech.org/videos#current

http://rootstech.org/

 

 

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