Family Tree University is an online education program made by the publishers of Family Tree Magazine (which is America’s number 1 family history magazine). The goal of Family Tree University is to make genealogy education rewarding and fun for family history hobbyists of all experiences and skill levels.
The webinars offered by Family Tree University are live and recorded online seminars that are presented by genealogy experts. Their Fall 2016 Virtual Genealogy Conference will take place September 16 – 18, 2016. You must enroll in the Conference if you want to participate. The cost is $199.99.
Here is what you will get:
* 16 half-hour video classes in four tracks (genetic genealogy, genealogy technology track, research strategies track, ethnic research track)
* Unlimited viewing – Your all-access pass gets you all 16 classes during the three-day conference. You can download the videos to watch again later or view the ones that you missed.
* Make your own schedule – The videos are pre-recorded, so you don’t have to show up at a specific time to catch the ones you want. You also won’t have to choose between sessions that you are interested in (or worry about missing out on something you wanted to see.)
* Live chats and message boards discussions – The live chat schedule will be posted in the Chats tab.
* Daily drawings for prizes What will the prizes be? You’ll have to attend to find out!
* Convenience – You can participate in this virtual genealogy conference from the comfort of your own home, at the library, at the coffee shop, or wherever you can connect to the internet. You can experience the virtual conference without having to incur travel costs or parking hassles.
* Value – Conference registration saves you $400 off the price of purchasing each video separately ($39.99). That means you get all those videos plus access to chats and discussion boards with Family Tree University instructors and fellow genealogists, for a third of the price.
* A “Swag bag” of freebies from the Family Tree Shop
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