- Dates/Venue: February 2-4, 2012, Salt Palace Convention Center, Salt Lake City
- Call Opens: May 25, 2011
- Call Closes: June 30, 2011
- Notification: August 27, 2011
The inaugural RootsTech Conference in 2011 was a huge success. Over 3000 attendees filled the presentation venues to learn about technologies and applications that could impact the many emerging facets of family history-related consumer markets worldwide. The Community Zone bustled with technology vendors and demonstrations and the Internet buzzed with blogs, tweets, chats, and articles for a month following the close of the conference. We expect RootsTech 2012 to continue to exceed expectations.
Consider being part of the RootsTech 2012 excitement as a presenter! Please look into the list of suggested topics attached as a guideline for what we’re seeking (you are certainly welcome to suggest additional topics). RootsTech 2012 presentations will be 40-50 minutes.
Submit your presentation proposal(s) online at RootsTech 2012 Call for Presentations.
Please share this with colleagues, business partners, friends, or anyone else you think might be interested in presenting at RootsTech 2012.
The RootsTech conference is designed to bring technologists together with genealogists to learn from each other and find solutions to the challenges faced in family history research today. The conference’s activities and offerings are focused on content that will help genealogists and family historians discover exciting new research tools while enabling technology creators to learn the latest development techniques from industry leaders and pioneers.