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Newsletter: May 2010
Tuesday, 08 June 2010

Family Safety with Technology Wiki and Forum

The LDSTech Wiki is divided into three sub wikis, the Project Wiki, the Clerk Wiki, and the Family Safety with Technology Wiki. There is also a sub forum of the LDSTech Forum called Family Safety with Technology.

These tools are designed as a place for community members to discuss issues and ideas with one another. Please join us today.

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LDSTech Has a New Social Media Correspondent PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sharon Howell   
Sunday, 05 July 2015

Kayley Birdsall is LDSTech’s new Social Media Correspondent. She has already taken charge of LDSTech’s social media communication channels and is doing a superb job posting updates, announcements, and inspirational quotes on technology topics from Church leaders.

Over the last five years Kaylee has discovered her love for promoting ideas while working as a field marketing promoter. She brings marketing experience to her new role in LDSTech and enthusiasm for using and promoting technology tools that bring messages of value to our readers. She will continue with many traditions established by her predecessor and add her own special touch to social media communication channels over the next few months.

 
Area Technology Specialist Missionaries Have Unique Opportunities PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sharon Howell   
Friday, 03 July 2015

Ask an Area Technology Specialist (ATS) missionary what a typical day is like and you won’t get the same answer twice. The ATS mission experience differs for each couple and the area where they serve. Ask about where technology missionaries find their greatest rewards, and most will say working with people, being ambassadors for the use of technology, and training leaders are their most successful activities.

According to Elder and Sister Bentley, who are serving in the Caribbean, “We are planting seeds and growing the process. It has been wonderful working with members who are happy to lend us people from a resource perspective, and we are working on creative ways to share equipment resources. No situation has been anything other than 100% positive!”

 
Newsletter: April 2010
Wednesday, 28 April 2010

The LDSTech Developers Conference: A Huge Success

The inaugural LDSTech Developers Conference was held on April 1–2. Over 150 people came as volunteers and left as technology pioneers.

We express our gratitude to you for making this event a huge success. The community initiative has taken a leap forward and project work has increased significantly. We plan to build on this momentum and continue to enable you to easily contribute your time and talents to Church technology efforts.

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Registration Open for LDSTech Conference! PDF Print E-mail
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.

 
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