However, getting video into meetinghouses poses a challenge. Many meetinghouses have wireless Internet, but the bandwidth is too low to support streams from multiple users, especially during peak hours. Teachers who rely on the Internet to stream videos during lessons will find that the videos pause, buffer, and stop — leading to a poor classroom experience.
Thanks to everyone who viewed and participated in the inaugural Online Tech Talk Thursday night (August 28th)! We are very pleased with the success of this event and grateful for the opportunity to collaborate with the community.
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Have you ever wondered how you can get involved with Church technology? We know that many of the visitors to this site have the desire to give of their time and talents. The LDS Technology site now has a wiki that is designed as a gathering place for those who wish to help contribute to Church technology.
There are currently three projects open for collaboration, a HT/VT application, a Church Historical Timeline application, and the eBuilder application. Visit the Community Portal to find out what’s happening on the LDS Tech Wiki.
The LDSTech Forum software has upgraded to phpBB instead of vBulletin. This is the first major forum software update since the forums were first implemented in 2007.
To view the LDSTech Forum, click Forum on the top navigation bar. The new forum software has a number of advantages:
Better forum filters
You can select four main filters to view the latest forum activity: View Unanswered Posts, View Unread Posts, View New Posts, and View Active Topics. These options appear near the top, above the list of subforums. Especially helpful for forum moderators, these filters help you better monitor forum activity.