Saturday, February 8, 2014
Day 2 - RootsTech 2014
Yesterday, I only had time to view only one session, and it was entitled “Tweets, Links, Pins, and Posts: Break Down Genealogical Brick Walls with Social Media” by Lisa Alzo.
Lisa was her usual friendly self as she led us through the world of social media, and told us of her life as a writer of genealogy.
I got the impression that sometimes she was harried by all of the things that are out there these days as far as social media is concerned, but she said that if we pick two or three platforms to work with, we will become more comfortable to work with them.
For myself, the three platforms that I use are blogs, Goggle+ Hangouts On Air, and Facebook.
So what do you use?
Today, I will watch two sessions, and they are -
At 3:00 p.m. EST, “Information Overload: Managing Online Searches and Their Results” by Josh Taylor.
At 8:00 p.m. EST, “Five Ways to Do Genealogy in Your Sleep” by Deborah Gamble.
Remember, you can always watch these at a later date because they will be posted on the RootsTech website after the conference ends today at https://rootstech.org.
If you would like to read about the talks given yesterday, there are handouts available online at https://rootstech.org/about/syllabus-materials
And even though I’m not there in person, it’s still great to be able to participate from afar!
So, Happy Viewing to all, and thank you, RootsTech, for making this possible!