Things were hopping in the media hub at the RootsTech 2012 genealogy technology conference in Salt Lake City, Utah last week. Here's the link to my interview with Don Anderson, Senior Vice President of Patron Services at FamilySearch.org.
Ol' Myrt tends to think of Don as the "director of the Family History Library" but he actually directs all aspects of visitor experience both online and off line. Links we mention during the interview include:
FamilySearch Learning Center - https://www.familysearch.org/learningcenter/home.html
FamilySearch Discussion Forums - https://www.familysearch.org/learn/forums
Find a FamilySearch Center near you - https://www.familysearch.org/locations
FamilySearch Wiki - http://wiki.familysearch.org
See also the 1940 Census Video from FamilySearch shown to the Official RootsTech 2012 Bloggers the night before RootsTech opened. "The 1940 US Census is here, and we need your help in making it available to families everywhere. Help digitize the 1940 US Census Records. Learn more at www.the1940census.com. Are you in it?"
Sign up to index the 1940 US Federal Census now!
Happy family tree climbing!
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