Einige der Live- und On-Demand-Vorträge werden in der deutschen Sprache präsentiert, die restlichen Live- und On-Demand-Vorträge werden in der englischen Sprache vorgetragen. Sie können aber jede englischsprachige Sitzung mit übersetzten deutschen Untertiteln ansehen, wenn Sie möchten. Um die Sprache der On-Demand-Vorträge in eine andere Sprache zu ändern, schalten Sie die Sprachuntertitelung ein und wählen dann die gewünschte Untertitelsprache in den Einstellungen des eingebetteten Videoplayers auf der Konferenz-Website.
Although nearly all the Live and On-Demand lectures will be presented in English, several lectures will be presented in German. But you can watch any German-language lecture with translated English subtitles if you wish. To change the language of the live and on-demand presentations to English, turn on captioning and then select “English” in the embedded video player settings on the conference website.
Are you excited about the upcoming IGGP German Genealogy Conference, but don’t know exactly what to expect?
Are you interested in attending, but want to make sure you get the best package for your genealogy goals?
Do you have other questions about the conference that you want answered before you register?
Or are you already registered, but want to know how to plan your week?
Then mark your calendars for Tuesday, March 30! Next Tuesday, March 30, at 12:00 ET, is your chance to get all those conference questions answered live – and hear other people’s questions that may help you as well.
To get any and all questions answered, register for the Conference Q&A with IGGP conference committee members James Beidler, Nancy Myers, and Katherine Schober here. This will be a live event where you can type your questions in the chat box, and get the answer then and there from the three above-mentioned committee members. Looking forward to talking with you!
The program of Live! and On-Demand presentations for the International German Genealogy Conference is now available! Check out the eight live Marquee speakers, plus the list of 54 expert On-Demand presentations, by clicking the button below. Each and every presentation has been hand-picked to help you with your German genealogy research – are you registered yet?
The Early-Bird special expires soon – don’t miss out!
The Legal Genealogist Judy G. Russell is a genealogist with a law degree. She writes, teaches and lectures on a wide variety of genealogical topics, ranging from using court records in family history to understanding DNA testing. A Colorado native with roots deep in the American south on her mother’s side and entirely in Germany on her father’s side, she holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism with a political science minor from George Washington University in Washington, D.C. and a law degree from Rutgers School of Law-Newark. Before she retired, she worked as a newspaper reporter, trade association writer, legal investigator, defense attorney, federal prosecutor, law editor and, for more than 20 years, was an adjunct member of the faculty at Rutgers Law School.
She is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, the National Genealogical Society and numerous state and regional genealogical societies. She has written for the National Genealogical Society Quarterly (from which she received the 2017 Award of Excellence), the National Genealogical Society Magazine, the FGS Forum, BCG’s OnBoard, and Family Tree Magazine, among other publications.
On the faculty of the Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research, the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy, the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh, the Midwest African American Genealogy Institute, and the Genealogical Institute on Federal Records, she is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Board for Certification of Genealogists®, from which she holds credentials as a Certified Genealogist® and Certified Genealogical Lecturer℠. Her award-winning blog appears at The Legal Genealogist website (http://www.legalgenealogist.com).
At the IGGP Conference in July, Judy will be presenting on What are the tools we can use to figure out which Johann Christoph is mine? See you there!
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