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Bill Buchanan is a long-time genealogy enthusiast, living in Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada. This blog will describe my experiences as I research my family history and help others.

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I am a retired online school teacher. I love family history. Since 2007, I have spent much of my time providing part-time support for the world's largest free family history site https://familysearch.org This is very rewarding. I have helped others with the Family Tree and related FamilySearch products.
Since April 2010, I have served in the Edmonton Riverbend Family History Centre. I have a FHC blog at Bill's Family History Center Blog For information the Latter-day Saints and family history click http://mormon.org/

Thursday, March 02, 2017

RootsTech and Beyond

RootsTech is finished for another year. I have enjoyed watching all of the RootsTech2017 presentations that are available for viewing on the internet. They can still be seen. The list of recorded sessions follow. To view them click https://www.rootstech.org/ Fun! Motivational! Helpful!

Wednesday Sessions

Full Session
Innovator Summit General Session 2017

Liz Wiseman
Innovator Summit General Session 2017

Steve Rockwood
Innovator Summit General Session 2017

Ben Bennett; Craig Bott, Grow Utah; Heather Holmes, TapGenes; Nick Jones, JRNL, Inc; Robert Kehrer, FamilySearch
Industry Trends and Outlook

Cydni Tetro
Innovation: Best Practices and Applications

Showdown Semi-Finalists
Innovator Showdown Semi-Final

Alison Taylor, Pictures and Stories
Metadata—Writing on the Back of a Digital Photo

RootsTech Logo
 Menu
Blog Innovator Summit Innovator Showdown Family Discovery Day
 

Thursday Sessions

Full Session
RootsTech General Session 2017: Thursday

Drew and Jonathan Scott
RootsTech General Session 2017

Steve Rockwood
RootsTech General Session 2017

MyHeritage
RootsTech General Session Sponsor 2017

Kelli Bergheimer
Getting Started in Genealogy

Diahan Southard, Your DNA Guide
DNA: The Glue that Holds Families Together

Dana Drutman
DNA Matching on MyHeritage

Lara Diamond
Jewish Genealogy: Where to Look and What's Available

Angie Bush
My Ancestors are in MY DNA!

Crystal Farish; Rhonna Farrer
Family History Is Anything but Boring

RootsTech Logo
 Menu
Blog Innovator Summit Innovator Showdown Family Discovery Day
 

Friday Sessions

Kenyatta Berry; Sherri Camp; Melvin Collier
RootsTech General Session 2017: African Heritage Presentations

findmypast
RootsTech General Session Sponsor 2017

Jason Hewlett and Finalists
Innovator Showdown Finals 2017

Judy G. Russell
Mothers, Daughters, Wives: Tracing Female Lines

Mary Kircher Roddy
Censational Census Strategies

Amy Harris
Next Steps in British Research

Sunny Morton
Big 4: Comparing Ancestry, findmypast, FamilySearch and MyHeritage

Rorey Cathcart; D. Joshua Taylor; Rich Venezia
You Found it Where? Unusual Records

Jen Baldwin
Cross the Atlantic with Religious Records

Anna Graff; Jennifer Hadley; Katie Smith; Andrew Thomas; Tyler Thorsted
How to Preserve Your Family Heirlooms


Saturday Sessions

Full Session
RootsTech General Session 2017: Saturday

Buddy Valastro
RootsTech General Session 2017

CeCe Moore
RootsTech General Session 2017

Ancestry
RootsTech General Session Sponsor 2017

Steve Reed, JRNL, Inc.
Journaling Principles that Work

Crista Cowan, Ancestry
Don’t Just Be a Searcher, Be a Researcher

Katherine R. Willson
Creating Google Alerts for Your Genealogy


So what is missing? Ron Tanner, that's what! 

Ron is a perpetual favorite as he is highly entertaining as well as being the general manager of Family Tree, Historical Records and other fascinating stuff! He can give us a glimpse of what is under consideration for future changes at FamilySearch.org Somehow his session did not get recorded. ... or did it?

A friend gave a link to where I could find several Ron Tanner videos, including a home video of much of Ron's RootsTech presentation.
https://www.facebook.com/pg/familyhistoryron/videos/

I hope you enjoy it as much as I did! Maybe your FHC can make use of some of these presentations,


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