Have you ever wanted to show your Sunday class part of a video on a larger screen? Or have you wanted to play music or display a series of images for Family Home Evening? How about sharing media for a lesson on the go?
The LDS Media Library app is now available and will enliven any Sunday class or lesson.
The app can be found HERE, and provides access to the entire public LDS Church Media Library. This means that any publicly available video, image, or music the Church produces will be available for you to use while teaching. Keep reading to see how this app will change the way you teach and share media with your classes and at home.
Easy to Use
Effortlessly search media with helpful filters to find inspiring content. When you find media, simply add it to a playlist. It will be ready for you to present either on your device or by casting it to a second screen. Adding presenter’s notes can give you reminders of talking points for each slide. The LDS Media Library app is useful and user friendly.
You can trim video and music files to only play the selection you want. Playlists are easy to edit; add and remove content with the touch of a finger. The LDS Church Media Library, accessible by this app, is full of media and ideas for your Sunday and Family Home Evening lessons.
No Internet Required
All the media you add to your playlists will automatically download, so you don’t have to worry about lag times with your building’s WiFi.
The app is available on Android or Apple devices, so you can prepare your lesson from your phone or tablet wherever you are.
How is this different from the Gospel Library app?
This was my first question too! They seem to describe the same thing, but there are differences. Here is a chart to show you the different features!
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