RootsTech 2020 is now just a month and a half away. Are you wishing, like me, that you could attend the 10th anniversary conference in person, but it’s not a possibility this year?
There is a perfect solution – RootsTech 2020 just announced that the virtual pass will be available again this year.
What is a Virtual Pass?
A virtual pass allows you to watch 30 pre-recorded sessions (NOT live as they are happening) that were part of the RootsTech 2020 sessions at your own convenience from home. These recorded sessions will be posted 2-3 weeks after RootsTech 2020 closes.
What is the cost for a Virtual Pass?
The Virtual Pass costs $120 and you can watch the recordings as many times as you like for 12 months!
To purchase your RootsTech 2020 Virtual Pass, visit the RootsTech website and scroll down to the box highlighting the various types of passes available.
2020 Virtual Pass Classes
More detailed descriptions of the Virtual Pass classes are available on the RootsTech website.
Resources for Tracing Mayflower Ancestors – Lindsay Fulton, Donald LeClair, Ginevra Morse
Challenges of Jewish Research: Names, Dates, Places – Janette Silverman
What do you mean the vital record is wrong? – Shannon Combs-Bennett
Essential Tools for the Hobbyist Genealogist – Olivia Jewell
Kicking DNA Up a Notch to Unmask Unknown Ancestors – Roberta Estes
Finding My Story: Adoption and Family History – Amie Tennant
10 Years Later: 20 Ways RootsTech Changed Our World – D. Joshua Taylor
Ancestry Search Tips & Tricks – Crista Cowan
Oral History for Beginners: Interviewing Is Key – Rachel Trotter, Rhonda Lauritzen
Report for Duty: Find Stories of Veteran Ancestors – Lindsay Fulton, David Lambert, Melanie McComb
The Leeds Method: Grouping DNA Matches to Identify Shared Ancestors – Dana Leeds
Finding Your England Ancestors Online – Jana Greenhalgh
The 2020 Genealogist’s Google Search Methodology – Lisa Louise Cooke
German Vital Records: Finding the Clues You Need – Katherine Schober
British & Irish Research: The Differences – Brian Donovan
Gathering the Life Stories of Living Generations – Deborah Abbott, Sunny Morton, Jay Newton-Small
A 5 Company Comparison of DNA Ethnicity Results – Diahan Southard
Any French ancestors? Research them yourself! – Muriele Gadaut, Jerome Malhache
Super Tools: Research Plans and Logs – Heather Murphy
Using the Online Scandinavian Church Records – Jenny Hansen
Geography of the British Isles: A Crash Course! – Myko Clelland
Y-DNA Basics for Genealogy & Parentage – Gale French
The First Documented Africans and Hear Their Story – Ric Murphy
DNA Clusters: Power in Numbers – Randy Whited
Engaging the Family in Telling Your Family Story – Nicole Dyer, Jana Greenhalgh, Olivia Jewell
FamilySearch Records: The Most Valuable Collections for your Family History – David Ouimette
Three Next Steps for Your DNA Test – Diahan Southard
Not in the Census? Try again! – Drew Smith
Locating Your Immigrant’s Hometown – Debbie Gurtler