RootsTech 2018 keeps getting better and better and it isn’t even here yet!
RootsTech 2018 has a brand new event in the Access and Preservation Track! ProQuest and FamilySearch have partnered to sponsor Access and Preservation Day happening on Wednesday, 28 February from 9:30 until noon.
If you are already registered for RootsTech, you will be able to attend the event using your registration pass.
If you are local, but haven’t registered for RootsTech 2018, this event is FREE, but you must pre-register in order to attend.
David Rencher, CGO of FamilySearch International will give the welcome, followed by keynote speaker Brewster Kahle of Internet Archive.
Come learn more about Digital Preservation and Digital Access from the experts!
Laura Stone from the Arizona State Library, Ken Williams from the Utah State Archives and Wendy Hanamura will present on Digital Preservation.
Those speaking on Digital Access include Hollis Gentry, from the Smithsonian Institute, Curt Witcher from the Allen County Public Library and Stephen Valentine from FamilySearch.
Top-notch speakers offering a free event. What more could a genealogist ask for?
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