Rootstech 2015 Update – February 2015 – A number of the Rootstech 2015 sessions are available now to watch free on-line. Go to http://www.rootstech.org/video/4050134760001 to see these. Handouts are available for most of the conference sessions at http://www.rootstech.org/About/syllabus?lang=eng
Don’t miss Rootstech 2015!
A number of sessions from the Rootstech conference in Salt Lake City will be streamed live starting Thursday morning, February 12th and continuing till Saturday, February 14th. Here is the 2015 Rootstech streaming schedule.
Sessions will be available from the Main Rootstech website page. The syllabus materials for Rootstech sessions are on-line and downloadable too.
The FamilySearch blog has 5 Tips to Ensure a Pleasant Live Stream Experience.
Many attendees, whether on site or virtual will be discussing the sessions and #genealogy on Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus and other social sites. Official Hashtag – #RootsTech
The seminar speaker will be William W. Dollarhide who has been in pursuit of his family origins since 1971. A well known genealogy speaker and author, Bill Dollarhide’s honors include an Award of Merit from the American Society of Genealogists for the Map Guide book and an Award of Appreciation from the National Genealogical Society. He’s written over ten genealogy books; the latest is Getting Started in Genealogy ONLINE.
The 2015 South Whidbey Island Seminar will include four separate genealogical sessions. Included are the four sessions, a morning snack, and tea and coffee all day long in a beautiful and comfortable setting. On-site hot lunch is also available. Pre-registration is strongly recommended.
For full details and registration information, read, download or print the South Whidbey Island Genealogy Seminar 2015 brochure here.
Coming up tonight, Monday, 24 November, at 7 pm, Pacific time, right here at www.bcgs.ca This will be the last chat for 2014.
Discuss how and when to submit your article to the BCGS journal, hear about new research resources on-line, or ? See you then.
**Tickets for the Seminar are still available, but One-On-One Brick Wall Consultations are going quickly. Call Susan Snalam now at 604 273 8209 to reserve your tickets.**
Brick Walls Seminar 2 – Sharing Strategies on Tough Genealogy Problems
with M. Diane Rogers, Brenda L. Smith, and Peter Whitlock, plus guest speaker Eunice Robinson.
Co-sponsors: British Columbia Genealogical Society and the Cloverdale Library (Surrey Libraries).
The City of New Westminster, British Columbia, unveiled a new monument early this October, a sculpture by Veronica and Edwin Dam De Nogales, based on the well known photograph often called “Wait for Me, Daddy” taken October 1, 1940 as the British Columbia Regiment, Duke of Connaught’s Own Rifles, marched down Eighth Street in New Westminster towards the train station. Continue reading