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Written by Sharon Howell   
Monday, 13 April 2015

LDSTech 2015The next LDSTech Broadcast, scheduled for 12:00 noon to 1 p.m. MDT on Friday, April 17, 2015, will bring three exceptional presenters together to discuss three fascinating and timely topics.

1) Jeff Isom will discuss the new LDS.org including current and future plans for the new web design.

2) Justin Krebs will present an update overview of LDSTools. (Replacing John Edwards’ presentation on Gospel Media.)

3) Tony Spencer from ICS will demo features of the most recent release of the Windows 8 Gospel Library and planned upgrades

Come in person to the Riverton Office Building (ROB) at 3740 West Market Center Drive in Riverton, Utah. Arrive a few minutes early to get registered at the reception desk and locate Zion Room A on the ground floor.

If you prefer, connect remotely from the Internet to a live stream...WATCH IT HERE

...by following the link from http://tech.lds.org/wiki/LDSTech_broadcasts a few minutes before the broadcast is scheduled to begin. You will need Windows Media Player for a PC, and Quicktime with Flip4Magic to view broadcasts on a Mac.


A question and answer session will follow the formal presentations, and online viewers may ask their questions through Twitter during the broadcast. One of the session moderators will follow the Twitter feed during the broadcast and voice your questions to the assembled group. When you ask a question online, use the hashtag #ldstech in your tweet. If you do not have a Twitter account, sign up at Twitter.com

This broadcast will be recorded and kept in the broadcast archive. To watch again, or to search the archive, go to tech.lds.org and click on the “LDSTech Broadcasts” link at the top of the landing page. Scroll down to see the most recent archived broadcasts, or use the “LDSTech Broadcasts History” to view older streams.

Plan to participate in this event and stay connected to LDSTech for more important topics in 2015!

 

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