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Written by G C Duerden   
Tuesday, 23 September 2014

A recent decision to not stream video from the 2014 LDSTech Conference will change the way some people interact with the sessions of the conference. The decision was made to allow the limited bandwidth at the University of Utah LDS Institute building to be available for attendees’ use and not use a significant portion for streaming the conference.

At previous LDSTech conferences, attendees were warned that they might be knocked off the internet due to bandwidth issues (primarily from streaming). This year, most sessions will be...

available online within days after the conference for viewing via the video archive (those not available could be due to technical issues or other matters).

Both keynote speeches will be videoed, as well as sessions in both the East and West Chapels. Other sessions in the rest of the building will show the presentation slides along with the audio of the presenter.

Registration has also slightly changed

Registration for the LDSTech 2014 conference is still open. The registration process has changed slightly. If you have registered but are not going to attend, please double-check your designation and make sure it shows that you do not intend to attend in person.



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