The NGS 2015 Family History Conference in
was a success! St. Charles, Missouri
The final registration was 2,189 which included conference attendees, speakers, exhibitors, and volunteers.
Demand Recordings of Live Streamed Presentations is Still Available
In addition, 423 people signed up for live streaming. If you are interested in signing up for on-demand viewings or if you have a friend who missed the conference, you still have a chance to view ten of the conference presentations. The on-demand recordings will be available for viewing through 10 August 2015 and include a full downloadable version of the syllabus. The details and costs for the recordings, previously offered as ten live-streaming sessions, are available here.
NGS Members may use the following codes for the member discount at checkout:
Bundle ($30 off) = NGSMBR30
Track 1 or 2 ($15 off) = NGSMBR15
A number of awards were presented at the conference. Details about the 2015 awards and the recipients can be found at:
+ 2015 William Filby Award for Genealogical Librarianship Awarded at National Genealogical Society Family History Conference in St. Charles, Missouri
2016 Awards Competition
We encourage you or your society to enter the 2016 competitions and awards. Details about the awards and submission deadlines can be found here.
NGS 2016 Family History Conference
We hope to see you next year 4–7 May at the NGS 2016 Family History Conference in
. Details will be available on the NGS 2016 Family History Conference website. Conference hotel details and booking will become available 27 May 2015. Fort Lauderdale, Florida
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