30 April 2014

TODAY is the LAST Day to Sign up for NGS 2014 Family History Conference LIVE Streaming -- Deadline is MIDNIGHT EDT!

Last day to sign up to watch ‪#‎NGS2014GEN live or access recorded session for three months after is today!

Can’t make it to the NGS 2014 Family History Conference? You can still catch two of our tracks from the comfort of your home or office! NGS will stream these tracks live as it happens and you will continue to have access for three months from the end of the conference.

All events are taking place 8-10 May 2014 in Richmond, Virginia (Eastern Standard Time) for the NGS 2014 Family History Conference. Times are posted in Eastern Daylight Standard Time Zone
format, please adjust viewing time.

Registration deadline for Live Streaming access is 30 April 2014 at midnight. Instructions on how to access the live streaming will be emailed to all registered attendees by 6 May 2014. All registrants will receive an electronic version of the NGS 2014 Family History Conference Syllabus. Registration is discounted for NGS Members.

Cancellation Policy
All sales are final and cannot be cancelled.

Pricing Details
Includes Formats

Track One or Track Two
Live Streaming + 3 month access to stream files
Bundled PackageTrack One and Track Two
Live Streaming + 3 month access to stream files

Track Details

Track One: Records and Research Techniques
Join the conference from home and learn about best practices and research sources from nationally known experts
Thursday, 8 May 2014
2:30 p.m. T241 – Using Evidence Creatively: Spotting Clues in Run-of-the-Mill Records, Elizabeth Shown Mills, CG, CGL, FASG, FUGA, FNGS
4:00 p.m. T252 – Can a Complex Research Problem Be Solved Solely Online?, Thomas W. Jones, CG, CGL, FASG, FUGA, FNGS
Friday, 9 May 2014
8:00 a.m. F308 – Using NARA’s Finding Aids and Website, Pamela Boyer Sayre, CG, CGL
9:30 a.m. F311 – Disputes and Unhappy Differences: Surprises in Land Records, Sharon Tate Moody, CG
11:00 a.m. F321 – “Of Sound Mind and Healthy Body”: Using Probate Records in Your Research, Michael Hait, CG

Track Two: Virginia Resources and Migration Patterns
Join us for Track Two: Virginia Resources and Migration Patterns which focuses on learning
about Virginia’s records and her people, who moved south and west to new lands pushing the frontier ever forward.
Friday, 9 May 2014
2:30 p.m. F342 – From Ulster to Virginia and the Carolinas, David E. Rencher, AG, CG, FIGRS, FUGA
4:00 p.m. F355 – Researching a Civil War Soldier in Virginia, Craig Roberts Scott, CG
Saturday, 10 May 2014
8:00 a.m. S403 – The Migration Triangle: Virginia, the Carolinas, and Tennessee, J. Mark Lowe, CG, FUGA
9:30 a.m. S415 – A Treasure Trove of Rarely Used Records, Barbara Vines Little, CG, FNGS, FVGS
11:00 a.m. S425 – Colonial Migrations In and Out of the Shenandoah Valley, Vic Dunn, CG

Additional Information
Once registered, you can watch the event live, or if you have other commitments on those dates, you can view the sessions as many times as you want for ninety days following the conference (through 10 August 2014). NGS has selected PlayBackNow to broadcast the live sessions and to provide the recorded sessions for later viewing. Instructions for viewing the live streaming will be sent to registrants before 6 May 2014.

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