We can create our our best story by focusing on spiritual identity and relationships instead of focusing on our external environments.
By following the directions of simple ideas and discoveries, one can be swept into all sorts of adventures.
Elder Gary E. Stevenson highlights the heavenly blessings we have received to help us with our divinely appointed responsibilities.
Distinguished faculty lecturer Randal W. Beard discusses the advancements in technology that have made self-flying vehicles, once a sci-fi dream, a reality.
We live in an age of revolutionary technology. Former US Chief Data Scientist shares some of the ways we can responsibly use data to benefit all Americans.
In the profession of engineering as well as in life, collaboration is an essential piece in the "anatomy of invention."
To have spiritual safety we must be in tune with the Holy Ghost, be aware of fake happiness, keep a current temple recommend, and pray.
Michael Wesch discusses the intersection of two knowledge machines—universities and the internet—and how without questions, students cannot learn.
Choose to use technology for good by keeping records, engaging actively in media, consecrating our days, looking for service, and uniting with God.
Our blessings, trials, and even advancements in modern technology are evidence of His love and we must confess the Lord's hand in all things.
We are blessed to have technology. We need to use these modern marvels to advance Heavenly Father's purposes.
When we distance ourselves from relationships, covenants, and the physical body in an online virtual reality, we lose sight of things as they really are.
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The study of history should be an inquiry of the past, not an inaccurate representation of events in order to preserve the truth of history.
Technology provides the means for communicating the gospel and its theology to the world and improving the efficiency of the Church.
In my devotional address today I am going to take the dangerous tack of speaking on a subject that everyone in the audience is already thoroughly familiar with and may even dislike. I am going to talk about change and offer a few perspectives on coping with change as individuals and as a university community. Since I am a librarian, some of you probably came today expecting me to talk…
Technology, and especially the Internet, is rapidly changing the world. It's up to us to choose the kind of changes we want it to make.
Zion means unity and prosperity. If we can catch the not-so-distant view of Zion using technology, we can better seek the kingdom of God.