We are just over a month away before the start of RootsTech and the excitement is growing for the 10th Anniversary celebration!
If you haven’t signed up for RootsTech yet there is still time and there is a discount on the registration that ends on Sunday so sign up now. You can meet genealogists from across the globe and the lectures provide something for everyone!
If there is just no way you can make it then there is the live streaming. RootsTech announced its live streaming schedule and you can check it out here.
Another option is the Virtual Pass. You pay extra for this but you get 30 lectures that you can view online at your leisure.
The last two keynotes have been announced. They are Leigh Anne Touhy and Ryan Hamilton. You can read more about them and the other keynotes on the website.
One item that is a must for everyone attending RootsTech is the app. It has been updated and you can download it now. If you have downloaded it in previous years just open it up and it will update itself.
If you are going to be there in person I hope you have started working on your research plan for the Family History Library. They have extended their opening hours for RootsTech attendees.
RootsTech also have a Survival Guide that will help you navigate your way around the conference and city. You can find it on their website.
If you are from the Commonwealth Countries then there is a meet up at the Blue Lemon restaurant at 55 West South Temple. We will meet on Monday February 24th at 6 pm. We go to the back of the restaurant so as not to disturb the other patrons.
So I am hoping to see many of you at RootsTech. If you see me come up and say hello. This is where we will need to read those name badges very carefully.