Here is the list of classes:
Another option for those living in the Portland area is to attend some of the recorded classes at the Beaverton Family History Center building. On Saturday they are offering a Devotional and then four classes in five time blocks, for a total of twenty classes. This is a test run to see how well this option is utilized. Of the five classes that I would like to view, four of them can be viewed on my computer at home. Since it is a pretty good drive from my home it is likely I will stay home to view the classes.
It is wonderful that access to viewing classes is available for local viewing. My first class beings at 7:30 AM, so I will head to bed early tonight. There are other classes that would be nice to attend, but as with any conference there are choices to be made. There are 126 instructors, offering about 190 classes, so there is plenty to choose from. The syllabus is available for all classes, so if there is one you want to know about but can't attend, you can at least read the material. No matter where you are tomorrow morning try to take advantage of the opportunities offered by one of the largest genealogy conferences to be held in the United States this year.