Recordings of lectures presented at the NGS 2013 Family History Conference in
from 8–11 May 2013 are now available from JAMB, Inc. The CDs may be purchased
from the JAMB online store for $12.00 each. A full list of available lecture CDs
can be found on their website at http://www.jamb-inc.com/genealogy/ngs/2013-ngs-conference-las-vegas-nv. Las Vegas,
Were you unable to attend the NGS conference in May? Were you at the conference but did not make it to a session you wanted to hear? Listening to lectures on CD is a great way to avail yourself of expert knowledge and learn at your own pace. You can start and stop the CD to easily make notes or create a list of suggestions for records or methodology you may want to pursue at a later time. This is your chance to hear speakers and topics of interest that may not be typically available at a local society meeting or conference. While not every session was taped, most were. Peruse the list of lecture topics available at http://www.jamb-inc.com/genealogy/ngs/2013-ngs-conference-las-vegas-nv to make your selection.
Editor’s Note: Lecture Recordings back to the 2007 NGS conference are also available.
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