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  • Re: missing mobile ed's

    Hi Mark, We designed the content within the certificates in a forward looking way. Knowing what courses would that we would be producing we wanted to make the programs as strong as possible. We also didn't want to hold people back who wanted to work toward the certificate and start courses right away. So some of the programs have some "pay-up-front
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by John Schwandt on Fri, Aug 24 2018
  • Re: Mobile Ed Courses for Graduate Credit

    Ashland no longer has that program. However, there are other seminaries and Christina schools that use Mobile Ed content within their courses. Western Seminary is one of the these and Grace Theological Seminary will be soon launching a program as well. Trinity Western University has a really creative accredited leadership program that uses Mobile Ed
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by John Schwandt on Tue, Jul 10 2018
  • Re: GK101 resources and advice?

    Please feel free to comment in the course Faithlife group as you work through the material. https://faithlife.com/gk101/activity Creating a discussion is a great way to ask a question and be able to see discussions on questions others have asked.
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by John Schwandt on Wed, Mar 28 2018
  • Re: GK101 resources and advice?

    Great questions. The course follows the text book. It provides more explanations, and exercises than what is covered in the course. (It will be updated sometime this year with an answer key). It also has reference materials for helping you translate. It by far is the most linked text for the course. The GK101 Activities Resource is more like a workbook
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by John Schwandt on Tue, Mar 27 2018
  • Re: GK101 Introduction to Biblical Greek John D. Schwandt

    Boom! Please consider joining the Faithlife group for this course. I will be watching community notes. https://faithlife.com/gk101/activity
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by John Schwandt on Thu, Dec 28 2017
  • Re: Recommendations for studying Isaiah

    There is also the OT355 Faithlife group. If you follow that group, you will have access to documents (like reading lists) relating to the course. It also is a great group to tag (with community notes) as you work through the course or any Isaiah reference work. The more people that engage with the group the more we can develop a learning community around
    Posted to General by John Schwandt on Fri, Dec 15 2017
  • Re: Recommendations for studying Isaiah

    FYI - The Mobile Ed Isaiah course is on sale this Christmas. https://www.logos.com/product/117781/mobile-ed-ot355-book-study-isaiah Another idea for looking for reference works is to open the OT355 plan in your courses tool. You should be able to see a list of suggested readings with the number of how many times they are referenced in the course.
    Posted to General by John Schwandt on Fri, Dec 15 2017
  • Re: GK101 Introduction to Biblical Greek John D. Schwandt

    Great questions. Using the Courses Tool or simply the transcript resource is a personal preference. For this particular course, I would recommend using the transcript resource to allow for greater freedom to jump around the course (using the contents sidebar). I think it also works better when you are using multiple panes (i.e., transcript resource
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by John Schwandt on Wed, Dec 13 2017
  • Re: GK101 Introduction to Biblical Greek John D. Schwandt

    Hi Scott, There is a lot packed into this course so people with different learning goals and styles can use it in ways that suit them. I’m very pleased that there is a heavy dose of teaching on composition in the course. Most first-year seminary courses (and textbooks) today do not include many composition exercises in their education. So, a person
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by John Schwandt on Thu, Dec 7 2017
  • Re: GK101 Introduction to Biblical Greek John D. Schwandt

    I believe we are still on track for shipping it this year. Last chance messaging for people to get the pre-order discount should be going out.
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by John Schwandt on Tue, Dec 5 2017
  • Re: Mobile Ed: HB101 Introduction to Biblical Hebrew

    We are planning on it shipping this year (hopefully before Christmas).
    Posted to General by John Schwandt on Mon, Nov 13 2017
  • Re: Mobile Ed: HB101 Introduction to Biblical Hebrew

    Currently we are offering certificates of completion. These certificates provide general credentialing to show that recipients have worked through the course lectures and can engage with the material generally. We have yet to offer certificates that credential competency. However, as one takes courses to gain competencies (which they were designed to
    Posted to General by John Schwandt on Mon, Nov 13 2017
  • Re: Mobile Ed: HB101 Introduction to Biblical Hebrew

    Both GK101 and HB101 are equivalent to first-year language courses. Like any first-year course, if you work through all of the exercises and refer to the lectures for guidance and reference, you will be ready for an intermediate level (second-year course). Such intermediate level courses are typically basic reading courses (often beginning with 1 John
    Posted to General by John Schwandt on Mon, Nov 13 2017
  • Re: Logos dot com web site resources and Mobile Ed courses...

    The additional readings are one of the things that makes a Mobile Ed course special. I’ve seen video courses that are basically a video supplement to a text book. Mobile Ed courses take a different approach. The video lectures are produced independently (with the exceptions of some courses that rely heavily on one or two books like HB101 or GK101
    Posted to Suggestions by John Schwandt on Thu, Sep 7 2017
  • Re: Listen & Learn: Greek Pronunciation Schemes

    This is a good request and I appreciate the pedagogical motivation behind it. I think some history in the development of these tools could provide some context for where we are now and where the future may lead. It was about 15 years ago when I recorded sound files for the pronunciation tool (later used in the Alphabet Tutor.) Around that time Bill
    Posted to General by John Schwandt on Fri, Sep 1 2017
  • Re: GK101 Introduction to Biblical Greek John D. Schwandt

    GK101 (the video course, with activity resource) and the textbook are both in production. You can start with the alphabet course. I suggest allowing yourself plenty of time with that. It really helps to be very familiar with the alphabet before you really start digging into grammar.
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by John Schwandt on Wed, Aug 30 2017
  • Re: GK101 Introduction to Biblical Greek John D. Schwandt

    I know of no other course out there that provides so many small steps at the beginning of the course to help a student with no other background in any foreign language to learn Greek. The alphabet course (part of the bundled program) is an amazing way to build a solid foundation. Then you can start working through Greek grammar. The program teaches
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by John Schwandt on Wed, Aug 30 2017
  • Re: GK101 Introduction to Biblical Greek John D. Schwandt

    Yes. The discount will remain until it ships.
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by John Schwandt on Tue, Aug 29 2017
  • Re: GK101 Introduction to Biblical Greek John D. Schwandt

    Thanks for the question about how this program (Mobile Ed course and textbook) compares with Zondervan’s video lectures and books for Greek. It is difficult for me to compare them too deeply since there isn’t much information on the Zondervan course description pages and a number of elements in the Mobile Ed course and text are still in
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by John Schwandt on Mon, Aug 21 2017
  • Re: GK101 Introduction to Biblical Greek John D. Schwandt

    No worries. You are correct. The current 40% discount (or more through dynamic pricing if you own the Alphabet Tutor interactive through base package ownership) will continue on the two certificate bundles until all of the elements ship. That is actually the reason you currently see a larger discount than 20% on those products even with only one product
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by John Schwandt on Wed, Aug 16 2017
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