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Discover Your Family Connections At RootsTech

Posted by Nick Cifuentes on February 4, 2013 in Events

RootsTech, hosted by FamilySearch and sponsored by Ancestry.com, offers a unique opportunity to learn about the latest technology to start or accelerate your efforts to find, organize, preserve, and share your family’s connections, stories, and history.

What Does RootsTech Offer?

In addition to over 250 informative classes and hands-on workshops available for those from beginner to expert levels, RootsTech offers a number of fun, family history related activities:

  • Scan an old book or documents
  • Record a favorite family story
  • Print a large format copy of your family tree
  • Learn how to create a blog
  • Discover ways to organize and share our photos

Just Getting Started?

New for 2013, RootsTech has a special Getting Started track designed especially for those who are just beginning their family history journey. Partner a Getting Started pass with Story@Home and discover the art of storytelling in order to preserve and share your family stories.

Register NOW and take advantage of limited time early bird pricing!

Registration Options

Full Three Day Pass - $149 (Early Bird)
Access to everything RootsTech has to offer.

One Day Only Pass – $89
Full admission for just one day.

Student Three Day Pass – $39
Student ID required.

NEW! Story@Home+Getting Started Combo Pass – $79
Access to all the Story@Home and Getting Started classes, all three days of RootsTech

Getting Started 3-day Pass - $39 (Early Bird)
Beginner track with access to over 30 classes.

Getting Started One Day Only Pass – $19
A selection of fundamental classes to help you get started.

Ancestry Article—February 4, 2012
RootsTech has something for everyone, whether you are an avid genealogist, just getting started, or simply want to discover the latest technologies and solutions to better connect with your family.  At RootsTech, come prepared to experience world-class content from speakers all over the country, an exciting exhibitor hall, and great keynote speakers.
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