Heading to RootsTech: Classes you won’t want to miss – MyHeritage February 18, 2020

I found this today on MyHeritage – Heading to RootsTech: Classes you won’t want to miss – MyHeritage February 18, 2020: https://blog.myheritage.com/2020/02/heading-to-rootstech-classes-you-wont-want-to-miss/. A bit more on the link above.

 by Talya February 18, 2020 MyHeritage News

The countdown to RootsTech is on! RootsTech, the largest worldwide family history event of the year, is holding its 20th annual conference this year from February 26–29. This year, we are aiming to give attendees the best on-the-ground experience yet and to offer a booth lecture schedule so rich and plentiful it could be a conference of its own.

Starting from the moment the Expo Hall opens, we’ve got a jam-packed schedule of lectures. You’ll have the opportunity to learn from some of the most talented and knowledgeable genealogists and DNA experts in the field, get to know some of the new and exciting features MyHeritage has introduced this year, and meet some of the people behind the innovative technology of MyHeritage. Even if you aren’t at RootsTech this year, stay tuned to our social channels as we will be bringing you live lectures and interviews throughout the conference!

You’ll have endless options as to how to fill your schedule at RootsTech, so be sure to take a look at both our session schedule and booth lecture schedule to block off the time for your favorite lectures and activities.

Here is a preview of the scheduled MyHeritage lectures from each of the days:

Wednesday, February 26

Kick off the conference with Master Your Family Tree on MyHeritage with Daniel Horowitz, our Genealogy Expert, at 11 A.M. in Room 258-LAB.

Then, from 6–7:30 P.M., head over to the MyHeritage booth to hear presentations from several MyHeritage team members on the latest and greatest features and collections on MyHeritage.

Stay tuned for a special live session from our booth on our Facebook page!

Thursday, February 27

Our Thursday lecture offerings include Planting a Family Tree Online at MyHeritage.com with Daniel Horowitz at 3 P.M. in Room 150, and Sephardic Jewish Research and Resources with Schelly Talalay Dardashti, our U.S. Genealogy Advisor, at 4:30 P.M. in Room 251.

At our booth, world-renowned genealogists and experts will be speaking throughout the day on topics ranging from MyHeritage features to historical research to genetic genealogy to genetics and health.

Wrap up the day with a screening of our deeply moving documentary The Missing Piece, produced by Roi Mandel, Head of Research at MyHeritage, at 6 P.M. in Room 255.

Friday, February 28th

Friday is our sponsored day, with fantastic, not-to-be-missed events in store! We’ll start off the morning with MyHeritage: New Collections, Finding Relatives & DNA Discoveries with Daniel Horowitz, Mike Mansfield (our Director of Content) and Ran Snir (our DNA Senior Product Manager) at 8 A.M. in Ballroom A.

Then, at 11 A.M., Aaron Godfrey, our VP of Marketing, will introduce the featured Keynote speaker in the Main Hall.

Next comes our highly anticipated MyHeritage Sponsored Lunch with Gilad Japhet, CEO of MyHeritage at 12:15 A.M. in Room 251.

After lunch, head over to the Onyx Room for City Directories and Other New Collections at MyHeritage with Mike Mansfield — or to Ballroom A for Your MyHeritage DNA Results Are Ready. Now What? with Ran Snir, both at 1:30 P.M.

Lectures from the MyHeritage team and guest experts at the MyHeritage booth will include topics ranging from using SuperSearch™ for historical research to the MyHeritage Knowledge Base to new record collections and getting the most out of MyHeritage matches and the Geni World Family Tree.

Saturday, February 29

On Saturday, we’ll conclude the conference with sessions on using photos on MyHeritage, solving DNA Match mysteries, using the Consistency Checker, and a special lunch & learn about Tribal Quest with Maya Lerner, our VP of Product, at 12:15 P.M. in the Expo Room, a pro bono initiative with the mission to record and preserve the family histories of tribal people.

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