Thursday, March 8, 2012

RootsTech Videos Now Online

Twelve video presentations from the RootsTech 2012 Conference, held in February in Salt Lake City, are now available for viewing on the RootsTech website. If you were unable to attend the conference this is a great way to hear some of the presentations. Five additional videos from FamilySearch presenters at RootsTech are also available online at the links listed below. Topics include:

Do I Trust the Cloud?

By D. Joshua Taylor

 

Effective Database Search Tactics

By Kory Meyerink

 

Twitter – It’s Not Just “What I Had For Breakfast” Anymore

By Thomas MacEntee

 

Eleven Layers of Online Searches

By Barbara Renick

 

Exabyte Social Clouds and Other Monstrosities

By Josh Coates

 

Publish Your Genealogy Online

By Laura Prescott

 

Optimizing Your Site for Search Engines

By Robert Gardner

 

Genealogists “Go Mobile”

By Sandra Crowley

 

Google's Toolbar and Genealogy

By David Barney

 

Making the Most of Technology to Further the Family History Industry

By Tim Sullivan

 

Genealogy Podcasts and Blogs 101

By Lisa Louise Cooke

Privacy in a Collaborative Environment

By Noah Tutak

Additional Videos
The following presentations were given by FamilySearch presenters at RootsTech 2012 and are also available for viewing online (links go to FamilySearch.org):

By Devin Ashby

By Jimmy Zimmerman

By Nathan Murphy

By Grant Echols

By David Lifferth


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