NYSFHC @ Home
The New York State Family History Conference (NYSFHC) is back this September!
As we put the finishing touches on an exciting program, mark your calendar for these dates:
|Wednesday, September 1||
NYSFHC @ Home 2021 Plenary Session (LIVE)
NYSFHC @ Home 2021 online experience opens, all on-demand sessions available
|Friday, September 10||The Fundamentals of Tracing Your Family History (LIVE)|
|Saturday, September 25||NYSFHC @ Home 2021 Live Sessions|
|Sunday, September 26||
NYSFHC @ Home 2021 Live Sessions
Repeated from September 25 (sessions will also be available on-demand for later viewing)
|Monday, October 18||Last day to watch on-demand sessions|
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When will I learn more about what sessions are available?
We plan to release the full NYSFHC @ Home 2021 program by June 1, 2021 (if not sooner). The program will include more than 20 topics including on-demand and livestream sessions.
Will there be an Expo Space?
There will be no Expo Space as part of NYSFHC @ Home 2021.
What about future NYSFHC events?
The full New York State Family History Conference will return in 2022 in Albany, New York.
How will I get the syllabus?
Attendees will be able to access session materials on each session page, and a consolidated syllabus from the conference site.
When can I access the sessions?
Access to on-demand session begins at newyorkfamilyhistory.org/nysfhc on September 1, 2021 and will be available through October 18, 2021. Recordings of sessions held during livestreamed events (September 10, 25, and 26) will be accessible within 5 days after broadcast.
Will sessions include closed-captioning?
All on-demand and recorded sessions will include closed-captioning.
What kind of device do I need to participate?
NYSFHC @ Home 2021 can be enjoyed from any device with an internet connection fast enough to stream video—mobile phones, tablets, and desktop computers are all viable options.