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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

LDS Tech: Digital Resources for Members

The Church debuted LDSTech in January 2007. It just massively revamped its web site so I wanted to highlight it a bit and encourage you to check it out if you are unfamiliar with it.

I've had difficulty convincing some members of the Church that it is an official web site from the Church. Occasionally, I've seen it profiled on the Church's homepage but not often. There is this Church News article about it. The Newsroom web site identifies it as official and the RSS feed for it can be found on lds.org so that should convince anybody of its authenticity.

Right now it is primarily aimed at being a resource for stake/unit technology specialists and anyone serving in a clerk position. It was valuable to me when I served as my unit's web site administrator.

So many of the Church's digital resources are evolving technologies. Instructions for using them are evolving as well. By putting them online they can always be up-to-date.

So, check out the site and all it offers. It is a gold mine. If you have digital skills you may want to consider helping out. LDS Tech needs volunteers.

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