Posted: Fri Feb 09, 2007 10:02 pm
There have been a few gospel learning systems made in past few years, i.e. GospeLink2001, LDSLibray 2006. Those programs as good as they are don't seem to have the charisma that www.lds.org has. I’ve paid for the programs but find myself referencing the church website for information instead of opening the program. I wonder if lds.org is eventually going to shift toward this concept. A robust web-based gospel learning system built on it's smooth appeal. I highly anticipate the announcement and implementation of the redesigned gospel library! I guess my question is two fold: 1) How far can the church go with this concept, taking in all other factors that go into the architecture e.g. "books, biographies, church histories, and hundreds of titles not available at LDS.org". 2) What is the long-term goal of the Gospel Library?