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June 6th Broadcast - Youth Activities Pages Twitter Facebook Print E-mail
Written by Gregory Claude Duerden   
Wednesday, 21 May 2014

Mike Madsen from the Church’s Priesthood Department presented the recently launched Youth Activities Pages on at the June 6, 2014, LDSTech monthly broadcast.

Madsen gave an overview and tutorial on how to use the pages, including ideas for youth service and activities, personal development skills and resources, and planning an event and scheduling it on the ward calendar.

A recent article in the Church News talks about the Youth Activities Pages: It’s a good introduction to the topic for the broadcast on June 6.

How to View the Broadcast

To watch the LDSTech broadcast, click at the time of the broadcast. If you would like to attend the broadcast in person, you may join us in the Riverton Office Building (3740 West Market Center Drive, Riverton, UT, Ground Floor, Zion Room A).

Broadcast Archive

Each broadcast is recorded, so you can re-watch the recording at any time. See this broadcast, or any other, in LDSTech’s Broadcast Archive. Here are the ones from this year, so far:

Date Stream Presenter & Topic

Michael Colemere - Four Elements of Successful Communications Strategies 

2014-MAR-14  Mel Broberg - Church Directory of Organizations and Leaders (CDOL
2014-FEB-07  Jim Byer - Windows 8 Gospel Library 
2014-JAN-10  Hal Rushton - Gospel Content on the Feature Phone 





# Justin Krebs 2014-06-11 13:40
Just a note on the Jim Byer presentation on Windows 8 Gospel Library. LDS Tools for Windows was mentioned. We are using the LDS Tech community to develop a basic version of LDS Tools for Windows 8. There is no target release date for the first release. To keep updated on the status, you can join the LDS Tools Windows project:

-Justin Krebs, LDS Tools Product Manager

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