So You Can’t Make It To Rootstech…

Rootstech is coming up at the end of the month! The genealogy community will converge in Salt Lake City, only there is one issue.

You can’t make it.

I am in the same boat. As an ambassador, I was looking forward to attending the conference. But as it happens, I am unable to go.

But never to worry, the organizers have thought of this!


The streaming schedule can be found HERE, which gives you the opportunity to watch a few sessions a day, along with the keynote speakers!

In addition, Rootstech is offering a paid pass! This is a great option for those unable to attend, but also for those attending the conference.

The virtual pass has 18 recorded classes (different from the free streaming ones!), and the ability to watch the sessions for a year.

To register for the virtual pass: CLICK HERE.

(You can also still register to attend in person as well!)

And as always, you can follow along with the hashtags on Twitter, as many attendees will be sharing their experience: #RootsTech or #NotAtRootsTech.

As a reminder, RootsTech runs February 27th through March 2nd!

I will be watching the virtual sessions and sharing some things here and on my Twitter.

Feel free to post your Twitter below if you are going (or not!). We would love to follow along!


Exciting Rootstech Updates!

Have you signed up for Rootstech yet? If yes, awesome! It will be an exciting time!

If no, there is still time! If you register by January 25, you get the promotional price of $209! For more information: click here. Rootstech will be held in Salt Lake City February 27-March 2, 2019 (three months away!).

Rootstech is more than the world’s largest genealogy conference and informational sessions. Guest speakers and musical performances also mark the event. Already announced: Steven Rockwood, the president and CEO of FamilySearch; Saroo Brierley, subject of the award-winning film Lion; and ukulele artist Jake Shimabukuro, with more announcements to come!

Plus, the full list of sessions is now available! I have been going through each description with a fine-tooth comb. The session I am most looking forward to? The Magic of German Church Records by Katherine Schober. I have a ton of German ancestors, and I am always up to learning new tips and tricks to hunt them down!

Please let me know if you want any further information! And with the holidays fast approaching, a ticket to the conference would be the perfect thing to gift the budding family historian of the family!