Fabulous Free Webinar Offerings for February You Do Not Want to Miss.

Do you love free webinars?

I love free webinars.

There are some great webinars this time of year and if you are like me you want to mark your calendar now.

One thing you need to have on your February calendar is the RootsTech Salt Lake City live stream.

RootsTech is like the Super Bowl of genealogy and some of the greatest minds in the field gather at RootsTech.

RootsTech offers several of their presentations live via streaming.

RootsTech SLC runs February 26 -29, 2020. It is the anniversary event celebrating 10 years.

There are three options for joining in on the genealogy fun.

  1. Travel to SLC for the conference
  2. Catch the free live stream
  3. Purchase a virtual pass

Free live streams from the event start at 8am MST on February 26, 2020 and each day offers a full day of learning opportunities. The last free stream session starts at 3pm MST on February 29, 2020.

Some of the great presenters that I am looking forward to include Angie Bush, Blaine Bettinger, and Judy Russell.

If the 3-day free live stream is not enough knowledge, consider the Virtual Pass. For $129 USD you can access 30 presentations not available in the free live stream for the next 12 months. Some great presenters who will be available in the Virtual Pass presentations include Roberta Estes, Dana Leeds, and Lisa Louise Cooke.

Another wonderful thing to check out about the RootsTech page is the free video archive. The archive includes hours of great presentations from previous RootsTech events. Great presentations available in the free video archive include presentations by Amy Crow Johnson, Diahan Southard, and Jonny Perl.

The RootsTech site offers up hour after hour of great genealogy learning opportunities. If you haven’t added it to your genealogy toolbox you need to do it today.

Do you have any can’t miss genealogy events on your calendar for the coming months?

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4 replies »

  1. I don’t usually have the patience to sit in front of the computer to watch these kinds of things—I always end up switching to another site to research or write while noise goes on in the background. But maybe I will try again this year!

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