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Date: Friday, September 6, 2013
Time: 12:00 p.m. Mountain Time
Topic: Introducing Gospel Library 3—Tips and Features for Meaningful Study

*Click this button to watch the broadcast live at 12 p.m. (noon) MDT on September 6, 2013

With so many different devices and operating systems busying our fingers and thumbs, do we remember how the Church’s standard works, manuals, and even music are available at the tap of a fingertip wherever we go—at home, at work, and every direction between? Thanks to Gospel Library, meaningful study of the word of the Lord can happen anywhere life takes us.

September’s LDSTech broadcast introduces Gospel Library 3 by offering tips and demonstrating tasks that can be performed on various handheld devices. After receiving thousands of user emails, the Gospel Library team has organized feedback and prepared a presentation to address frequent questions. This broadcast focuses on about 15 features of the app that receive the most questions and covers the process of how these devices sync with the Church website through your LDS Account.

If you’ve been following the Gospel Library iOS Facebook page, you may recognize some of the tips demonstrated in the presentation, but be ready to learn more about features that are currently available!

How to Attend the Broadcast

To watch the LDSTech broadcast, click the "Watch it now" link at the time of the broadcast. If you would like to attend the broadcast in person, you may join us in the Riverton Office Building (3740 West Market Center Drive, Riverton, UT, Ground Floor, Zion Room A).

Each broadcast is recorded, so if you miss one, you can re-watch the recording at any time. In fact, if you tune in late to the broadcast, you can rewind the broadcast and play it from the beginning. See the Broadcast Archive to view previous broadcasts.

Asking Questions

Viewers can ask questions through Twitter during the broadcast. If you don’t already have a Twitter account, you can sign up for one at Twitter.com. When you ask a question, include the hashtag #ldstech in your tweet. For more information, see Twitter and LDSTech.

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