“RootsTech 2017 and FamilySearch”
Categories: LDS , IR
RootsTech was held 8-11 February 2017 in the Salt Palace in Salt Lake
City, Utah. FamilySearch employees presented many classes — far more
than any one person could attend, but Robert gave it his best shot. He
will share with you many of the things that he heard, saw, and learned
about FamilySearch products during the four whirlwind days that were
RootsTech 2017. His talk will have a handout with helpful links of
Robert Raymond is a deputy to FamilySearch Chief Genealogical Officer,
David Rencher. He works to increase genealogical soundness of
FamilySearch products and helps set record acquisition and publication
strategy. Robert (pseudonymically) writes a top ranked genealogy blog
and is a genealogical technologist with more than 30 years experience
in technology and genealogy. He holds over a dozen technology patents
and earned a Master’s Degree in Electrical (Computer) Engineering from
Brigham Young University where he was honored as a Kimball
Scholar. Robert has served as a director of the National Genealogical
Society since 2012. His Association of Professional Genealogists’s
https://www.apgen.org/directory/search_detail.html?mbr_id=4060 and his
FamilySearch Wiki page is
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This presentation is part of a set of over 400 presentations on genealogy and family history produced by “UVTAGG: The Utah Valley Technology and Genealogy Group”.
For full details and to join, see the website http://uvpafug.org.