Bonnie Belza from Arizona is the winner
of a free 3-day Rootstech 2016 pass from
Sassy Jane Genealogy.

Bonnie is most interested in learning “how to do methodical research whether online or at a repository.” A worthy goal and one I think she will find lots of help with at Rootstech.

Thanks to the other contestants for entering, and I hope I see you all at the Salt Palace. RootsTech 2016 is February 3–6, 2016, at the Salt Palace in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. With an excellent exhibit hall, more than 200 classes, and inspirational keynote speakers (Doris Kearns Goodwin!!), RootsTech 2016 is bigger and better than ever.

It’s not too late to register to attend Rootstech 2016. More than 15,000 people from across the world are expected to make the trek to Salt Lake City on February 3–6, 2016, to learn, discover, preserve, and share family stories across generations. FamilySearch has created a Rootstech 2016 app for download.

This year at RootsTech, I’m presenting Managing Your Digital Research Environment on Saturday 6 Feb 2016. When you organize your digital records and online life, your genealogy research is more effective. My session helps you: 1) put your digital research records in order, using professional archival organization techniques, and 2) manage your online life. Avoid information overload and get organized online using specific Internet tools, and genealogy and productivity apps. The companion e-book Organizing Your Genealogy Research Using Archival Principles is available for download.

Congrats again to Bonnie Belza for winning a Rootstech 2016 pass. See you in Salt Lake!