LDSTech Broadcast to Discuss Recent Technological Developments for Church Members
- July 17, 2015
- Salt Lake City, Utah and Online
The next LDSTech broadcast has been rescheduled for July 17 at 12:00 p.m. MDT.
LDSTech worldwide broadcasts help members keep up-to-date on the Church’s technology advances, products, and ongoing projects. The July 17 broadcast will be on leader and clerk resources. Brian Fromm will discuss the resources available for managing callings and home and visiting teaching.
You can watch the broadcast live in the Church Office Building Main Floor Auditorium at 50 East North Temple in Salt Lake City, Utah. Live Internet streaming of the broadcast will also be available on the LDSTech broadcasts page.
The dress code for those participating in person is casual to business casual. Come a few a minutes early to find a seat in the auditorium.
During the presentations, you can ask the presenters questions live through Twitter using the hashtag #ldstech. Several people will be monitoring the Twitter page during the broadcast to field and answer questions. For more information about how to use Twitter to ask your questions, see Twitter and LDSTech.
The event will be recorded and will be available for later viewing at tech.lds.org/wiki/LDSTech_broadcasts.
Tech.lds.org is an official Church website where interested Church members can learn about ongoing technology projects and where volunteers to find opportunities for how they can lend their expertise to the work of the Church. Church members can also find a wiki and help forum for using technology in Church callings.
Since 2010, an annual LDSTech Conference brings together volunteers with technological skills from around the world to work on and discuss Church projects and interact with other technology minded members. The 2015 LDSTech Conference is October 15.