The National Genealogical Society will live stream 10 selected lectures from the 2014 Family History Conference in Richmond, Va. for individuals unable to attend the conference in person. These sessions are available for paid registrants in two tracks of five lectures each, which includes both access to the live streamed event, plus three months of unlimited access to the recorded sessions.
Track One: Records and Research Techniques includes sessions by Elizabeth Shown Mills, Tom Jones, Pam Sayre, Sharon Tate Moody and Michael Hait.
Track Two: Virginia Resources and Migration Patterns features lectures by David Rencher, Craig Scott, Mark Lowe, Barbara Vines Little, and Vic Dunn.
Live Stream registration is also available for those planning to attend the conference in person, allowing you to view other sessions in person at the conference, and then view these recorded sessions later from home. Pricing is $65 for one track and $115 for both tracks for NGS members, and $80/$145 for non-members. The registration deadline is set for 30 April 2014, so don't wait until the last minute! Learn more at Live Streaming at #NGS2014GEN.