If you’ll be sitting out next week’s RootsTech conference in Salt Lake City as attendees giddily blog, Facebook and Tweet about it:
You’ll be able to watch many of the classes online. RootsTech will live stream all the keynote lectures and other sessions taking place in classroom 155 of the convention center.
I checked over the RootsTech session schedule for each day (look in the left column for the room number and click each presentation title for details about it), and found great presentations going on all day in this room 155. My top picks are:
- Effective Database Search Tactics by Kory Meyerink, Feb. 2, 1:45-2:45 p.m.
- Twitter: It’s Not Just “What I Had For Breakfast” Anymore by Thomas MacEntee, Feb. 2, 3-4 p.m.
- Genealogists “Go Mobile” by Sandra Crowley, Feb. 3, 1:45-2:45 p.m.
- Genealogy Podcasts and Blogs 101 by Lisa Louise Cooke, Feb. 4 9:45-10:45 a.m.
- Privacy in a Collaborative Environment by Noah Tutak, CEO of Geni.com, Feb. 4, 1:45-2:45 p.m.
Remember, all session times are in Mountain Time. Details about how to access the live-stream sessions are still to come—watch the RootsTech website and this blog.
Update: All you need to do to watch the live presentations is go to the RootsTech home page.
If you’re going to be at RootsTech (like our own Allison Dolan and Kerry Scott), you can make sure you check off your conference to-do and to-see lists with the RootsTech2012 app for iPad, iPhone and Android.
You can get them from the Apple App Store or the Android Marketplace and use them to keep track of your scedule, see venue maps, get conference news and more. Randy Seaver goes into detail about the app at his Genea-Musings blog.
RootsTech, organized by FamilySearch, takes place Feb. 2-4 in Salt Lake City.