Family Tree University is sponsoring the Spring 2012 Virtual Conference to be held March 9-11, 2012. Presenters include Lisa Louise Cook, Nancy Hendrickson, Lisa A. Alzo, Diana Crisman Smith, Kerry Scott, and Geneabloggers’ Thomas MacEntee. With a line up like that, you can’t go wrong.
There will be 15 half hour video classes in three tracks:
- Using Steve Morse’s One Step Site to Get Ready for the 1940 U.S. Census, by Thomas MacEntee
- Managing Your Genealogy Data, by Thomas MacEntee
- Using Evernote to make Your Research Life Easier, by Kerry Scott
- The Future of Memories, by Denise Barrett Olson
- Using Your iPad for Genealogy, by Nancy Hendrickson
- 3 Cool Tools to Help With Your Newspaper Research, by Lisa Louise Cooke
- Acres of Records: The Homestead Act and Genealogy, by Thomas MacEntee
- What’s in a Civil War Pension File? by Diana Crrisman Smith
- Getting Creative with Death Records, by Diana Crisman Smith
- Using Guardianship Records in Genealogical Research, by Marian Pierre-Louis
- The Many Names of Jewish Genealogy, by Banai Lynn Feldstein
- Strategies for Finding English Ancestral Origins, by J.H. “Jay” Fonkert
- Online Resources for Polish Research, by Lisa A. Alzo
- Understanding Scandinavian Patronyms and Farm Names, by Diana Crisman Smith
You can preview the class descriptions and register here.
Once registered, you will have the opportunity to view these sessions any time during the three days of the conference. You may also download them to watch them again and again.
Take advantage of the Early Bird price of $149 by registering before February 13, 2012. To get the discount, use the discount code FTUVCEARLY. After the 13th, the regular price is $199.
Now, if they could just get a way for us to meet and network with others and bring us a virtual exhibit hall …