It’s another wonder of current Internet technology. If you didn’t travel to Rootstech 2015 in Salt Lake City (Feb 12-14), you can now view selected presentations from there in the Rootstech Video Archive 2015
These hour-long videos cover a variety of subjects. Here are the speakers and their subjects (click on each speaker’s photo to view video) that have been made available as of this morning:
Dennis Brimhall, Mike Mallin, and Tan Le, all from the Thursday Keynote Session, 1 hr, 31 min.
Joshua Taylor, 30 Pieces of Tech I Can’t Live Without. 58 min.
Karen Auman, You’ve Master’ed the Census and Basic Search, What Next. 44 min.
Devin Ashby, What’s New at FamilySearch. 60 min.
Diahan Southard, Getting Started in Genetic Genealogy. 44 min.
Thomas MacEntee, Building a Genealogy Research Toolbox. 43 min.
Ann Leishman, Bring Your Ancestor Back to the Future. 48 min.
NOTE: I watched each of these via streaming video as they happened Thursday and Friday, and felt that each was worth my time.
More videos may be added later, so watch this space.