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Written by Sharon Howell   
Wednesday, 01 July 2015

Registration opens July 1 for the 2015 LDSTech Conference which will be held Thursday, October 15, at the Institute of Religion Building, 1780 E. South Campus Drive, on the University of Utah campus in Salt Lake City, Utah.

The day-long conference is free and everyone is invited regardless of technical skills.

If you are planning to be onsite the day of the conference, you need to register. Breakfast and lunch will be provided for onsite participants. If you will be viewing remotely, video streaming of conference sessions will be available online after the event.

Conference organizers promise an immersion experience in Church technology, and in-person attendees will have an opportunity to participate in discussions, product demos, and Q&A with developers and Church employees.

The schedule is full and topics ranging from missionary technology and LDS apps, to social media, meetinghouse technology, data privacy, and family history are sure to please a wide audience. Presenters will follow one of three tracks:

1) Calling Specific

2) General Member

3) Developer

You will likely find more that interests you than can fit into a day. Visit the 2015 Conference page for the schedule and more details to plan ahead.

Whether you are participating live or viewing the sessions later, tune into social media on October 15 to follow comments and share reactions using the #LDSTech hashtag.

The Gospel App & Game Contest winners will be announced. In the weeks leading up to the conference, everyone will be able to participate in the “People’s Choice” award for the best app or game from an online “App Gallery”.

Everything is coming together for an amazing 2015 LDSTech Conference!


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