RootsTech is pleased to announce the addition of Story@Home, offering a full selection of classes and workshops dedicated to the art and inspiration of connecting generations through stories.
With the addition of the Story@Home, RootsTech now provides a rich conference experience for anyone interested in learning how to preserve and share their personal and family stories. Story@Home presenters include nationally renowned storytelling experts, including Syd Lieberman and Kim Weitkamp.
Held March 21-23, 2013, in Salt Lake City, Utah, RootsTech offers an opportunity unlike any other to discover the latest family history tools and techniques in an effort to find, organize, preserve, and share family connections, history, and stories.
Story@Home helps bring family histories to life through the power of story. Over 20 classes offer insight in how to successfully research, tell, record, publish, and share family stories. Learn More
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Story@Home is automatically included in the Full Conference Pass, including 3-day, 1-day, and Student passes.
If you're registered for the Getting Started track, add Story@Home classes for just $40. Simply edit your registration, choose the Story@Home + Getting Started Combo pass, and pay the price difference.
RootsTech now has something for everyone, from the avid genealogist to those just getting started, or for those who simply want to discover the latest technologies and solutions to better connect with their family. At RootsTech, experience world-class content from speakers from all over the country, an exciting exhibitor hall, and great keynote speakers.
If they are going to have the Conference in the same venue, you had better sign-up for any classes that need a sign-up early, to make sure you have a place to sit.
Some people eat, sleep and chew gum, I do genealogy and write...
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
RootsTech Adds Story@Home Classes
I am looking forward to RootsTech in March. But even as we wait for the Conference to begin, the affair keeps evolving into a bigger and more information-packed three days. RootsTech.org announced the following: