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Elder Richard G. Scott Speaks on Technology’s Role in Genealogy

Over 3,000 people are attending the first annual RootsTech conference in Salt Lake City this weekend. The goal of RootsTech is to foster innovation in the world of genealogy technology. In conjunction with the conference, Elder Richard G. Scott of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles spoke to Church members and leaders who are involved in family history work. Below are two high-resolution, downloadable video clips (for news media use) where Elder Scott shared his some of his thoughts about the conference and the role of technology in genealogy:

Clip 1: http://broadcast.lds.org/newsroom/2011-02-0120-rootstech-sot1-1500k-eng.mov

Clip 2: http://broadcast.lds.org/newsroom/2011-02-0120-rootstech-sot2-1500k-eng.mov

For more information on RootsTech, see this news release.

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