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  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica for Noet is here

    [quote user="mike"] Sherri, How big is the file? Just wondering.. I love big files. [/quote] Hi Mike, It's a little too soon to tell. The EBNE is still in production, meaning we still need to go in and tag dates, authors, media, etc. and we won't know the file size until it's closer to shipping. Once we have the file size nailed down, we'll let you
    Posted to General by Sherri Huleatt on Thu, Feb 19 2015
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    [quote user="Floyd Johnson"] Quick question - I read that updates will be relatively cheap. Is That compared to the pre-pub price or the MSLP? [/quote] Hi Floyd, That's in comparison to the Pre-Pub price. Sherri
    Posted to General by Sherri Huleatt on Wed, Feb 18 2015
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica for Noet is here

    [quote user="Mark Smith"] While I am still not sure if I'll benefit from the print content of the EBNE, I am interested in a resource that would provide this vast a number of images and videos for under $100. That alone might make this a worth-while purchase. Thank-you for the extra information and clarification of the contents. [/quote] No problem
    Posted to General by Sherri Huleatt on Wed, Feb 18 2015
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica for Noet is here

    [quote user="Alan"] Any possibility of a few sample articles? Thanks Sherri! [/quote] Hi Alan, Since this is a new edition, we unfortunately don't have any sample articles from Britannica. I'm hoping that once we get closer to shipping, we can provide some sample pages for our users to peruse. Sherri
    Posted to General by Sherri Huleatt on Wed, Feb 18 2015
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica for Noet is here

    Hi all, To avoid any further confusion, we've decided to update the video and remove the section where we mention the 32-volume print edition. In our minds, we were trying to give our users an example that would help illustrate EBNE's functionality, but we can see how this could be confusing, and obviously, don't want to mislead anyone! The video will
    Posted to General by Sherri Huleatt on Wed, Feb 18 2015
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica for Noet is here

    [quote user="Michael Sullivan"] Thank you, Sherri, for all the information your have provided. I think I am able to picture what the this product will be like. Now, I just have to determine if it is a right fit for me. [/quote] No problem, Michael! I'm happy to help :)
    Posted to General by Sherri Huleatt on Tue, Feb 17 2015
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica for Noet is here

    [quote user="Michael Sullivan"] Dear Sherri, Is the promotional video correct? Does the Noet set actually consist of 32 volumes (33,000 print pages)? I question this description because it would, indeed, be the size of the the print Micro/Macropaedia. Could you please fact check this for us with Britannica: that the Noet set would be the equivalent
    Posted to General by Sherri Huleatt on Tue, Feb 17 2015
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica for Noet is here

    [quote user="Steve Maling"] Sherri is surely a model for "unwearied patience," and we are grateful. Before anyone says, "Sure, Steve, but that's her job," I'll add: before I retired from the pastorate I was supposed to be patient (well, I guess I still am!), but that didn't mean I always cooperated with the Spirit's fruit of patience. Now for a question
    Posted to General by Sherri Huleatt on Tue, Feb 17 2015
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica for Noet is here

    [quote user="steve clark"] [quote user="Sherri Huleatt"]-The EBNE also includes more than 25,000 high-resolution videos and images that are all fully searchable and accessible--even when you’re not connected to the Internet.[/quote] Thanks Sherri! i plan on letting my son know about this so that he might purchase it for the computer that my grandkids
    Posted to General by Sherri Huleatt on Tue, Feb 17 2015
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica for Noet is here

    To clear up any confusion, here's a rundown of EBNE's key facts: -It includes new content that's been updated through 2015. -The EBNE offers 19,000 general reference articles on topics ranging from Aristotle to Zoology--the articles that are included reach beyond biblical and literary topics, and offer information and media on topics you would expect
    Posted to General by Sherri Huleatt on Tue, Feb 17 2015
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica for Noet is here

    [quote user="Simon"] [quote user="Sherri Huleatt"] [quote user="Michael Sullivan"] Sherri, Will this version have articles from Britannica's " Macro pedia"? The reason I ask is that I have the Britannica 2012 "Ultimate" DVD. Based on review and comments by people who had both this and the print version, my DVD is basically the "micropedia". Nowadays
    Posted to General by Sherri Huleatt on Tue, Feb 17 2015
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica for Noet is here

    [quote user="Michael Sullivan"] Sherri, Will this version have articles from Britannica's " Macro pedia"? The reason I ask is that I have the Britannica 2012 "Ultimate" DVD. Based on review and comments by people who had both this and the print version, my DVD is basically the "micropedia". Nowadays, to access "macropedia" (with it's in depths articles
    Posted to General by Sherri Huleatt on Tue, Feb 17 2015
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    [quote user="Michael Sullivan"] One more question for you Sherri: You mentioned that the Noet edition will have updated content. Will the content be updated every year (i.e. like Britannica's Year Book or buying an updated Britannica DVD) or is it just updated to 2015 and stay that way? [/quote] Hi Michael, We're still working out the details, but yes
    Posted to General by Sherri Huleatt on Tue, Feb 17 2015
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica for Noet is here

    [quote user="Bruce Roth"] Sherri, I think the question on most minds is that the listed content on Logos page doesn't correspond to the full content that is listed in the Britannica. It looks like what Faithlife describes is some subset of the total current articles and pages. From the Britannica Store for the 2013 Deluxe DVD 82,000+ Articles Nearly
    Posted to General by Sherri Huleatt on Tue, Feb 17 2015
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica for Noet is here

    [quote user="Michael Sullivan"] Sherri, Will this version have articles from Britannica's " Macro pedia"? The reason I ask is that I have the Britannica 2012 "Ultimate" DVD. Based on review and comments by people who had both this and the print version, my DVD is basically the "micropedia". Nowadays, to access "macropedia" (with it's in depths articles
    Posted to General by Sherri Huleatt on Tue, Feb 17 2015
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica for Noet is here

    [quote user="alabama24"] [quote user="Sherri Huleatt"] [quote user="Mark"] Sherri and others Please help me understand the difference between https://www.logos.com/product/33266/encyclopedia-britannica and this noet edition https://www.logos.com/product/49459/encyclopedia-britannica-noet-edition Thanks [/quote] Hi Mark, These are the same products-
    Posted to General by Sherri Huleatt on Tue, Feb 17 2015
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    [quote user="alabama24"] Sherri- is there any way to get an idea of what is included AND excluded from other EB editions? Growing up, we had an encyclopedia set, which was useful for school projects. If this would be similar to that, I would be interested. If it is only related to typical bible/literature subjects, not so much. [/quote] Hi Alabama24
    Posted to General by Sherri Huleatt on Tue, Feb 17 2015
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica for Noet is here

    Hi all, The Noet edition includes content all the way up through 2015. This resource is a special edition of EB content--what makes it unique is the tagging and integration into your Logos/Noet library. This resource will make your Timeline more comprehensive, add 25,000 searchable images to your library, and help you dig into Scripture's historical
    Posted to General by Sherri Huleatt on Tue, Feb 17 2015
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica for Noet is here

    [quote user="Mark"] Sherri and others Please help me understand the difference between https://www.logos.com/product/33266/encyclopedia-britannica and this noet edition https://www.logos.com/product/49459/encyclopedia-britannica-noet-edition Thanks [/quote] Hi Mark, These are the same products--the EBNE is branded as a Noet product, but it works with
    Posted to General by Sherri Huleatt on Tue, Feb 17 2015
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica for Noet is here

    Hi James, The Noet edition offers updated Encyclopedia Britannica content (with more than 19,000 articles!) integrated into your Noet and/or Logos library. You can jump from an encyclopedia article to an original manuscript to its translation in seconds; this functionality has never been available with EB content before. The Encyclopedia Britannica
    Posted to General by Sherri Huleatt on Mon, Feb 16 2015
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