• Top 10 Questions Answered about Using Logos   https://drive.google.com/file/d/17zwQZ0FLAg3jDyU39DELnzUgaraiS09s/view?usp=sharing I recommend that you select the “Download” file option as watching it in the browser shows a lower resolution/smaller picture.   For upcoming trainings, see: https://www.logos.com/academic-webinars There’s one next Monday, September 27th, at 6:30pm Pacific Time (a great time for some international students).    Thanks!
    1. You are invited to attend the Logos Faculty Forum 2021 on November 18th in Fort Worth, Texas. This year’s forum will take place during the ETS Annual Meeting, and Faithlife would love to have you participate. As a reminder, this is a unique time for faculty to hear from other faculty about strategic ways they are using Logos inside and outside the classroom. You’ll learn helpful and relevant tips and also have opportunity to share your own.   The tentative schedule is as follows:   9:45-10:00 a.m.: Welcome 10:00-12:00 a.m.: Breakout Sessions Old Testament: Tools for Identifying Psalm Genres and More | Dr. Lee Fields (Mid-Atlantic Christian University) New Testament: Effective Use of Lexicons, Word Study, and More | Dr. David Woodall (Moody Theological Seminary) and Dr. Carl Sanders (Capital Seminary and Graduate School) 12:00-1:00: Lunch Provided by Faithlife   There is no cost to attend, and you will leave with new insight, a full belly, and a free shirt and book. Register soon to save your spot!   >>Register for the Logos Faculty Forum<< (https://forms.gle/TRZd7uEi3d1iuzqs7)   If you are unable to attend in person, we will also be hosting a virtual event in the Spring focused on creative teaching with Logos! More information will be sent out closer to the event.    If you have any questions about the Logos Faculty Forum in November, please reach out to Chris McMaster at chris.mcmaster@faithlife.com.    Thank you! LAD. Uwe A.E.ROSENKRANZ
      1. Steven Ingino Mi., 15. Sept., 07:51 (vor 1 Tag) an Hi everyone. Here is the recording of my training from this past Monday. A number of students have emailed me requesting it. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1tj74G7k6Ch-McVHP4xk4aQXSypSAlqOV/view?usp=sharing   I recommend that they DOWNLOAD the file. The browser version is low resolution and the downloaded file is much higher, enabling better visibility of my screen. The download icon should be at the top right of the browser (half-box with arrow pointing down).   I am doing another training this Friday. It’s focused on using Logos for research and performing advanced searches in Logos. The direct link to register for that is here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0lcuitpzguHdZMYQ8n6ls_ScJIJQuQrWfE   The Training Hub link (which will be updated a few times each semester with new trainings) is here: https://www.logos.com/academic-webinars There are a few more trainings I’m doing in the coming weeks, detailed in the Hub link.   As always, we highly recommend that students take the online “Getting Started” course here or watch the 101, 102, and 103 videos at www.logos.com/student-training.   Thanks! via LAD Rosenkranz
        1. Logos Bible Software Trainings (Fall 2021)   Logos Bible Software is an incredible blessing and excels in its ability to help you dig deep into God’s Word. We are convinced that Logos will enhance your studies and save you valuable time. Dr. Steven Ingino from Logos Bible Software will be providing training in Logos for our students (and faculty are welcome to join as well). Steve has used Logos for over twenty years as a seminary student and pastor and will share how to get the most out of the software for your studies and ministries.   If you are new to Logos or looking to grow in your usage of the software, we highly encourage you to attend one or more of the upcoming online trainings described below. You can attend as many of the trainings as you’d like, and if a time doesn’t work for you, there are also on-demand options listed below. Save your spot by registering soon!   *** We’ve created a training hub to simplify the registration process for upcoming trainings: https://www.logos.com/academic-webinars The link contains more times than the attached file since it lists my trainings as well as my colleague’s. Please bookmark this for future trainings as well.     Logos Basic and Intermediate Training - Monday, 9/13 – Noon Pacific Searching and Research in Logos - Friday, 9/17 – Noon Pacific Top 10 Questions Answered - Friday, 9/24 – Noon Pacific Logos Basic and Intermediate Training (night option*) - Monday, 9/27 – 6:30pm Pacific (*This time also works well for international students.)   Please note: If the links to register do not work in the email, save the Word attachment, and use the links in that document or use the Training Hub link.     Logos Basic and Intermediate Training: (1.5 – 2 hours long) When?: Monday, 9/13/2021 @ Noon Pacific (Register Here) Where?: Online - Zoom link supplied with registration Why?: In this training, you will discover strategies anyone can use to get started with ease, but you will also gain a greater appreciation of how to customize Logos for your specific study needs. We will cover topics and features such as customizing layouts, utilizing parallel resources, the text comparison tool, the information tool, visual filters, the passage guide, exegetical guide, topic guide, Bible word study guide (linking tools and guides to your Bible for instant lookup), basic biblical searching, searching your library, prioritizing your resources, the Factbook, the amazing tools on the selection menu to speed up exegesis and word studies, and time-saving shortcuts. If these times don’t work for you, take the online “Getting Started” course here or watch the 101, 102, and 103 videos at www.logos.com/student-training       Searching and Researching in Logos (1.5 – 2 hours long) When?: Friday, 9/17/2021 @ Noon Pacific (Register Here) Where?: Online- Zoom link supplied with registration Why?: In this training, we will cover how to use Logos to perform basic and sophisticated searches in the Biblical text. You will learn how to do original language searches (on words and phrases) and how to use the morph search for some powerful searches that will enhance your studies and exegesis. You’ll also learn how to search multiple books in your library for various content.   We will cover how to use the Notes Tool and Favorites Tool for your research and for writing papers. You’ll learn how Logos can help you with citing sources (footnotes), building a bibliography, creating a bibliography for you, as well as collecting, organizing, storing, and searching notes for your current studies and years of use in the future.   If these times don’t work for you, you will find training videos at www.logos.com/student-training as well as www.logos.com/pro       Top 10 Questions Answered about Logos (1.5 – 2 hours long) When?: Friday, 9/24/2021 @ Noon Pacific (Register Here) Where?: Online- Zoom link supplied with registration Why?: I’m frequently asked many of the same questions. For this training, I’ve compiled my answers to the Top 10 questions I’ve been asked. We will focus on some lesser-known but invaluable tools such as the Bible Browser, “Cited by,” Concordance (note: this is NOT like a traditional concordance), various Bible searches, and customizations. There will also be time for you to ask your questions. You won’t want to miss it!       Reprise: Logos Basic and Intermediate Training (Night Option): (1.5 – 2 hours long) When?: Monday, 9/27/2021 @ 6:30pm Pacific (Register Here) Where?: Online - Zoom link supplied with registration Why?: In this training, you will discover strategies anyone can use to get started with ease, but you will also gain a greater appreciation of how to customize Logos for your specific study needs. We will cover topics and features such as customizing layouts, utilizing parallel resources, the text comparison tool, the information tool, visual filters, the passage guide, exegetical guide, topic guide, Bible word study guide (linking tools and guides to your Bible for instant lookup), basic biblical searching, searching your library, prioritizing your resources, the Factbook, the amazing tools on the selection menu to speed up exegesis and word studies, and time-saving shortcuts. If these times don’t work for you, take the online “Getting Started” course here (https://www.easy-lms.com/getting-started-with-logos/course-42298) or watch the 101, 102, and 103 videos at www.logos.com/student-training     Please contact Steve Ingino at steven.ingino@faithlife.com if you have questions about the trainings.   Thanks!
          1. Logos Bible Software Trainings (Fall 2021)   Logos Bible Software is an incredible blessing and excels in its ability to help you dig deep into God’s Word. We are convinced that Logos will enhance your studies and save you valuable time. Dr. Steven Ingino from Logos Bible Software will be providing training in Logos for our students (and faculty are welcome to join as well). Steve has used Logos for over twenty years as a seminary student and pastor and will share how to get the most out of the software for your studies and ministries.   If you are new to Logos or looking to grow in your usage of the software, we highly encourage you to attend one or more of the upcoming online trainings described below. You can attend as many of the trainings as you’d like, and if a time doesn’t work for you, there are also on-demand options listed below. Save your spot by registering soon!   Logos Basic and Intermediate Training - Monday, 9/13 – Noon Pacific Searching and Research in Logos - Friday, 9/17 – Noon Pacific Top 10 Questions Answered - Friday, 9/24 – Noon Pacific Logos Basic and Intermediate Training (night option*) - Monday, 9/27 – 6:30pm Pacific (*This time also works well for international students.)   Please note: If the links to register do not work in the email, save the Word attachment, and use the links in that document.       Logos Basic and Intermediate Training: (1.5 – 2 hours long) When?: Monday, 9/13/2021 @ Noon Pacific (Register Here) Where?: Online - Zoom link supplied with registration Why?: In this training, you will discover strategies anyone can use to get started with ease, but you will also gain a greater appreciation of how to customize Logos for your specific study needs. We will cover topics and features such as customizing layouts, utilizing parallel resources, the text comparison tool, the information tool, visual filters, the passage guide, exegetical guide, topic guide, Bible word study guide (linking tools and guides to your Bible for instant lookup), basic biblical searching, searching your library, prioritizing your resources, the Factbook, the amazing tools on the selection menu to speed up exegesis and word studies, and time-saving shortcuts. If these times don’t work for you, take the online “Getting Started” course here or watch the 101, 102, and 103 videos at www.logos.com/student-training       Searching and Researching in Logos (1.5 – 2 hours long) When?: Monday, 9/17/2021 @ Noon Pacific (Register Here) Where?: Online- Zoom link supplied with registration Why?: In this training, we will cover how to use Logos to perform basic and sophisticated searches in the Biblical text. You will learn how to do original language searches (on words and phrases) and how to use the morph search for some powerful searches that will enhance your studies and exegesis. You’ll also learn how to search multiple books in your library for various content.   We will cover how to use the Notes Tool and Favorites Tool for your research and for writing papers. You’ll learn how Logos can help you with citing sources (footnotes), building a bibliography, creating a bibliography for you, as well as collecting, organizing, storing, and searching notes for your current studies and years of use in the future.   If these times don’t work for you, you will find training videos at www.logos.com/student-training as well as www.logos.com/pro     Top 10 Questions Answered about Logos (1.5 – 2 hours long) When?: Friday, 9/24/2021 @ Noon Pacific (Register Here) Where?: Online- Zoom link supplied with registration Why?: I’m frequently asked many of the same questions. For this training, I’ve compiled my answers to the Top 10 questions I’ve been asked. We will focus on some lesser-known but invaluable tools such as the Bible Browser, “Cited by,” Concordance (note: this is NOT like a traditional concordance), various Bible searches, and customizations. There will also be time for you to ask your questions. You won’t want to miss it!     Reprise: Logos Basic and Intermediate Training (Night Option): (1.5 – 2 hours long) When?: Monday, 9/27/2021 @ 6:30pm Pacific (Register Here) Where?: Online - Zoom link supplied with registration Why?: In this training, you will discover strategies anyone can use to get started with ease, but you will also gain a greater appreciation of how to customize Logos for your specific study needs. We will cover topics and features such as customizing layouts, utilizing parallel resources, the text comparison tool, the information tool, visual filters, the passage guide, exegetical guide, topic guide, Bible word study guide (linking tools and guides to your Bible for instant lookup), basic biblical searching, searching your library, prioritizing your resources, the Factbook, the amazing tools on the selection menu to speed up exegesis and word studies, and time-saving shortcuts. If these times don’t work for you, take the online “Getting Started” course here (https://www.easy-lms.com/getting-started-with-logos/course-42298) or watch the 101, 102, and 103 videos at www.logos.com/student-training     Please contact Steve Ingino at steven.ingino@faithlife.com if you have questions about the trainings.   Thanks!       AntwortenWeiterleiten
            1. Hi. If you missed our Virtual Summit, here’s the link to the recording: https://logos.wistia.com/medias/4rjba9tq9d You can use the little circles to navigate to various sections.
              1. Academical Degrees, Bibel College, Vision International

                We offer cooperations to bible schools, churches, homecellgroups, universities. Students and Postgraduates can earn university degrees in several relevant faculties. Special programms for elite on DIRA, Diplomatic International, Royal Academy.
                1. Faithlife Academic Solutions Virtual Summit   Date and Time Jul 22, 2021 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)   Link to register in advance: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcsfuChrD4vH9OCVAOwPvFJo2iMKE_ko6RB   Description Please join Logos staff and academic leaders for a two-hour online webinar with Faithlife, Dr. Mark Yarbrough (President, Dallas Theological Seminary), and Dr. Gabe Etzel (Online Dean of the School of Divinity, Liberty University). Dr. Yarbrough will discuss how an Enterprise Partnership with Faithlife has helped DTS overcome many challenges facing theological institutions in the 21st Century. Dr. Etzel will be discussing how Liberty University has transformed online theological education with Inclusive Access–which equips each student with the required texts for each class on the first day of class!   All attendees will be able to order a complementary lunch through Grubhub. More details to come.   Schedule: 12:00-12:15 PM -- Introduction & Academic Solutions Overview by Mike Meiser 12:15-12:45 PM -- Presentation - Mark Yarbrough 12:45-12:55 PM -- Break 12:55-1:25 PM -- Presentation - Liberty University 1:25-1:55 PM -- Q&A - Mike Meiser, Mark Yarbrough, and Liberty University 1:55-2:00 PM -- Final Remarks - Mike Meiser       Dr. Steven Ingino Academic Solutions Customer Success Manager   Faithlife   Makers of Logos Bible Software 520.982.8801 steven.ingino@faithlife.com