NGS 2017 Family History Conference—150+ Audio Sessions

Couldn’t attend the 2017 conference in Raleigh, NC? Would you like to hear sessions you may have missed? How about listening to a session again? Experience more than 150 recorded sessions from the experts at the 2017 Family History Conference!

(NGS Members, don’t forget to get your discount code from the NGS website before purchasing)

Pricing

NGS Members—Login here to access your member discount code before purchasing at PlaybackNow. You will be asked to enter your discount number to receive the NGS Members’ price at checkout.

Questions? If you have questions or problems, email it@ngsgenealogy.org

Full Conference Packages

NGS Member Price
Please login to your NGS Member account before purchasing to receive your NGS Member discount number. You will need this number at checkout.
Non-Member Price
2017 Full Conference Audio Pass—Streaming*/Download (Immediate Access)
– Full access to all 2017 Audio Sessions (150+ sessions)
– Online Streaming Audio (until 13 May 2018)
– Download MP3 Audio Files to Your Computer (no expiration date)
$265.00
Best value—less than $1.75 per session! All recorded sessions plus full electronic syllabus of the 2017 NGS Family History Conference
$365.00
(All recorded sessions plus full electronic syllabus of the 2017 NGS Family History Conference)
2017 Full Conference Audio Pass—Shipped
– Full access to all 2017 Audio Sessions (150+ sessions)
– MP3 Audio Files Delivered on CD-Rom Media  (no expiration date)
$349.00
(All recorded sessions plus full electronic syllabus of the 2017 NGS Family History Conference)
$449.00
(All recorded sessions plus full electronic syllabus of the 2017 NGS Family History Conference)

Additionally, you can purchase individual audio sessions.

Individual Sessions

NGS Member Price
Please login to your NGS Member account before purchasing to receive your NGS Member discount number. You will need this number at checkout.
Non-Member Price
Individual Sessions—Streaming*/Download Audio File (Immediate Access)
– Choose from all 2017 Audio Sessions (150+ sessions)
– Online Streaming Audio (until 13 May 2018)
– Download MP3 Audio Files to Your Computer (no expiration date)
$12.00
(per session)
$14.00
(per session)
Individual Sessions—Shipped
– Choose from all 2017 Audio Sessions (150+ sessions)
– MP3 Audio Files Delivered on CD-Rom Media  (no expiration date)
$14.00
(per session)
$16.00
(per session)

Audio Streaming, Download, and Copyright Information

Audio Streaming via the Internet

You can listen to sessions, streamed to your computer, tablet, or smartphone, as many times as you wish until 13 May 2018. An internet connection is required to stream audio from the internet.

Downloaded MP3 Audio Files or Audio MP3 Files Delivered on CD-Rom Media

MP3 audio files, whether downloaded or delivered on CD-Rom, may be played as many times as you wish. Downloaded files do not have an expiration date and do not require a live internet connections to listen.

Important Notice on Copyright and Rebroadcast Restrictions

All content is for personal use of the purchaser only and cannot be duplicated, uploaded, or otherwise shared. Sharing the broadcast or recordings is prohibited and risks infringing the copyright of the speaker(s).

What Kinds of Topics Are Available?

More than 150 sessions from the 2017 conference were recorded in Raleigh, NC, and archived for future listening and education.

You may purchase Individual Sessions, or you can hear more than 150 presentations by purchasing a full Audio Pass—an outstanding value of less than $1.75 per session! With the Audio Pass you can experience all 17 DNA lectures, listen to the complete 16 sessions of BCG Skillbuilding, and explore North Carolina research, Records and Repositories, Solving Problems, Military Records, Historical Context, Religion, as well as other topics!

At PlaybackNGS.com, click on 2017 Audio in the top menu to see the detailed list of Topics, including:

 

African American Methodology Religion
BCG Skillbuilding Military Research in the States
Beyond the Borders Native American Research Planning
DNA North Carolina Solving Problems
Family Stories Organizing Research Technology
Historical Context Records & Repositories Tips & Techniques
Maps & Locations Regional Movement  Working with Records