Many of the conference sessions will be recorded by Fleetwood Onsite Conference Recording, Inc. What is new this year is that there will be digital downloads of sessions instead of CDs to purchase at <www.fleetwoodonsite.com> after the conference. I am hoping the following sessions are among those recorded as they are the ones I would most like to hear this year. Everyone will have different sessions that they feel they need, as we are all at varying places in our genealogical education. We may need lectures on records, methodology, or specific locations or ethnicities.
What sessions are you most interested in? I would love to have you leave a comment and let me know what you would like to download this year. The FGS conference program can be found here.
-->Angela's picks for 2013
|Finding Fathers: Bridging the Generation Gap||Elizabeth Shown Mills||S-401|
|A Wife, or Rather a Woman: Identifying the Wife of Edward Worthington, Kentucky Pioneer||Karen Mauer Green||S-409|
|Three Ways to Improve Your Speaking Ideas||Harold Henderson||S-404|
|Creating Family Histories for Future Generations||Thomas W. Jones||S-412|
|It Takes a Human: Genealogists and Writing||Jeanne Larzalere Bloom||S-421|
|Smiths and Joneses: Success with Families of Common Name||Elizabeth Shown Mills||T-213|
|Planning and Executing Efficient and Effective Research: A Case Study||Thomas W. Jones||T-202|
|Going Nuclear: DNA Discoveries to Trace All Lines of Descent||Debbie Parker Wayne||T-217|
|Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Research, Methods and Skills||Debbie Mieszala||F-318|