Staying Safe on Social Networks

Staying Safe on Social Networks

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month—time to focus on safer ways to shop, search, socialize, and do everything else online. Throughout the month I’ll post articles to remind you of best practices for online activities. Facebook, Twitter, Google+,...
Staying Safe on Social Networks

The Basic Steps to Online Safety and Security

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month—time to focus on safer ways to shop, search, socialize, and do everything else online. Throughout the month I’ll post articles to remind you of best practices for online activities. The infographic below is from...
Staying Safe on Social Networks

Staying Safe Online

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month—time to focus on safer ways to shop, search, socialize, and do everything else online. Throughout the month I’ll post articles to remind you of best practices for online activities. The...
Staying Safe on Social Networks

Online Password Safety

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month—time to focus on safer ways to shop, search, socialize, and do everything else online. Throughout the month I’ll post articles to remind you of best practices for online activities. This article reviews safe...
Teaching the Gospel in a Digital World

Teaching the Gospel in a Digital World

LDS leaders have prophesied for decades about inspired advancements in technology and how these miracles will hasten the Lord’s work in preparation for the second coming. Using smartphones, tablets, laptops, and other devices is one way to enhance discussion and...
Help Center on LDS.org

Help Center on LDS.org

The Help Center on LDS.org (lds.org/help) provides help articles on several LDS applications and resources as well as local unit record keeping policies and procedures. You can reach the Help Center by clicking “Help” in the footer of any page. Below are...
Do Smart Things with Your Smartphone

Do Smart Things with Your Smartphone

From the article “Do Smart Things with Your Smartphone” by Brother M. Joseph Brough, Young Men general presidency: “The divine purpose of technology is to hasten the work of salvation,” taught Brother Randall L. Ridd, then serving as a member of the...
Should We Use Mobile Devices at Church?

Should We Use Mobile Devices at Church?

Do you think we should use mobile devices in church? Some people do and some don’t. Some even quote the handbook, Church leaders, and personal anecdotes and observations both for and against. In the LDS.org blog post “Why My Smartphone Makes Church...
Use Technology to Teach LDS Youth

Use Technology to Teach LDS Youth

LDS teachers can be instrumental in helping youth learn how to use technology wisely. That was one of the messages from Ron Schwendiman who spoke at the recent BYU Education Week. “Any tool we have in our lives has the ability to do good or evil,” Brother Schwendiman...
The Role of Media in ‪‎Hastening The Work‬

The Role of Media in ‪‎Hastening The Work‬

On July 28, 2015, Brian Howard gave a devotional address at BYU‬-Idaho on “The Role of Media in Hastening the Work.” He gave an interesting review of the innovation of technology and talked about how the Church has used media over the years. He referenced...
Serve an LDS Technology Mission

Serve an LDS Technology Mission

The spread of technology around the world is creating a greater need for technology lovers to serve LDS full-time missions. You can enjoy this unique opportunity to serve as an Area Technology Specialist (ATS) missionary. ATS missionaries work with Information and...
3 Simple Habits for Healthy Online Activity

3 Simple Habits for Healthy Online Activity

In the April 2015 LDS General Conference, Elder José A. Teixeira suggested three simple habits that will help you establish healthy online activity. He said, “These habits will generate the daily self-reflections that are necessary for us to grow closer to the...
Streaming LDS Church Media

Streaming LDS Church Media

The following originally appeared as the articles “Streaming Church Media,” Part 1 and Part 2 on LDStech: Many members stream LDS content to their mobile devices, laptops, and computers, but are at a loss when asked to use audio-visual equipment at Church...

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