Below is the schedule. Note that time is listed in MOUNTAIN STANDARD TIME.
Thursday, March 21
|8:30 AM (Mountain)||Keynote – Dennis Brimhall, Syd Lieberman, and Josh Taylor|
|11:00 AM (Mountain)||The Future of Genealogy – Panel|
|1:45 PM (Mountain)||Tell It Again (Story@Home) – Kim Weitkamp|
|3:00 PM (Mountain)||The Genealogists Gadget Bag – Panel|
|4:15 PM (Mountain)||Finding the Obscure and Elusive: Geographic Information on the Web – James Tanner|
Friday, March 22
|8:30 AM (Mountain)||Keynote – Jyl Pattee and Tim Sullivan|
|9:45 AM (Mountain)||Researching Ancestors Online – Laura Prescott|
|11:00 AM (Mountain)||FamilySearch Family Tree – Ron Tanner|
|1:45 PM (Mountain)||Google Search...and Beyond – Dave Barney|
|3:00 PM (Mountain)||From Paper Piles to Digital Files – Valerie Elkins|
Saturday, March 23
|8:30 AM (Mountain)||Keynote – David Pogue and Gilad Japhet|
|9:45 AM (Mountain)||Using Technology to Solve Research Problems – Karen Clifford|
|11:00 AM (Mountain)||Digital Storytelling: More Than Bullet Points – Denise Olson|
I haven’t seen any concrete instruction, but I believe that you go to the RootsTech website at the scheduled time and look for a webcast window. Even though I attended the conference last year, I did watch the Saturday keynote from my hotel room because I was running behind, so I watched it while I got ready. But I don’t really remember how I accessed it.
I also believe that, like last year, these will be recorded and available at the RootsTech website sometime after the conference. Last year I took advantage of this because there were two sessions that I wanted to attend during the same time slot. One of them was going to be streamed and recorded, so I attended the other one, then watched the recording after the conference.