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  • Re: GK101 Introduction to Biblical Greek John D. Schwandt

    The intention is to please two types of customers. There are those who want a pre-order discount and would like to get started using the products that are available right away. They should be happy with the bundles. (The Biblical Language Certificate Program bundle even has the effect of putting the Hebrew course and text on sale during this time as
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by John Schwandt on Tue, Aug 15 2017
  • Re: GK101 Introduction to Biblical Greek John D. Schwandt

    There are going to be a number of parts to this program (textbook, Mobile Ed course with exercises and vocabulary, flashcards and an amazing alphabet course that is highly interactive to lay a solid foundation for learning the language.) The Interactive Greek Alphabet Course will ship first. Watch for it sometime this month. All of the parts will be
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by John Schwandt on Tue, Aug 1 2017
  • Re: Where does the lone beginner start?

    If you don't want to hassle with learning how to use tools first, you could consider working through a Mobile Ed book study course. This would provide links to commentaries, guides, and tools with every segment. https://www.logos.com/mobile-ed/topics https://www.logos.com/products/search?Bible+and+Apocrypha=New+Testament&Product+Type=Logos+Mobile
    Posted to General by John Schwandt on Wed, Jul 26 2017
  • Re: GK101 Introduction to Biblical Greek John D. Schwandt

    Hi all, It is a little too early to get into specific details for this course. All of the details will be presented once all we have all of the “production ducks” in a row. I’m expecting this to happen in late summer. It will be an in depth traditional style Greek course, but leverage every advantage the Logos platform can offer. I’m
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by John Schwandt on Thu, Jun 8 2017
  • Re: GK101 Introduction to Biblical Greek John D. Schwandt

    [quote user="Mark"] Is it possible to tell us what resources would be useful to have along with this course that is soon to come out? [/quote] It will be bundled with a textbook which will be announced this summer. We don't have a list of the additional references yet since developing those links is part of the production process. The additional recourses
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by John Schwandt on Thu, Jun 8 2017
  • Re: GK101 Introduction to Biblical Greek John D. Schwandt

    Yes. It will have all of the content that is common to a traditional first year Greek curriculum in seminary.
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by John Schwandt on Thu, Jun 8 2017
  • Re: GK101 Introduction to Biblical Greek John D. Schwandt

    Look for the pre-pub sometime this summer. I’m very excited to see this course debut. We are spending some extra time prior to the pre-pub in order to align a number of additional advantages for choosing this biblical Greek course and curriculum. It will be worth the wait. I don't think it will sit very long on pre-pub. (Thanks for your patience
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by John Schwandt on Tue, May 30 2017
  • Re: The Best Deal Ever! Faithlife is sending prices through the floor...

    [quote user="Rick Ausdahl"] ]I think it's an awesome idea and would like to present it the pastoral staff at my church. But before doing that, I'd like a better understanding of things like: Who among those attending the church would be eligible to view the courses? Only official members? Regular attenders even if not members? Semi-regular attenders
    Posted to General by John Schwandt on Wed, Oct 12 2016
  • Re: The Best Deal Ever! Faithlife is sending prices through the floor...

    [quote user="Richard Villanueva"] I'm part of a larger church (1500 member+), but I was wondering if we could sign up for a smaller number of "licenses" (unsure of the vocabulary, maybe distribution capacity?) and instead of sharing it with our entire congregation only a smaller number of members that are part of our leadership, teaching ministries
    Posted to General by John Schwandt on Wed, Oct 12 2016
  • Re: The Best Deal Ever! Faithlife is sending prices through the floor...

    [quote user="John C Connell Jr."] Do the members of the subscribing church have to be Logos users to use Mobile Ed courses? [/quote] No. The video content can be accessed any number of ways. You can view it through a device such as Roku or Apple TV or even a simple web browser through FaithlifeTV.com. Of course, the videos will also play within Logos
    Posted to General by John Schwandt on Wed, Oct 12 2016
  • Re: Mobile Ed Video + Faithlife TV Plus Church Subscription

    [quote user="Keith Larson"] If a church subscribes is the discount locked in or is it only discounted the first year? [/quote] This is the great part. The price is locked in for the first year. Then when it comes time to renew, it is incumbent upon Faithlife to earn your continued business. I think we have been conditioned by the big TV industry to
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by John Schwandt on Wed, Oct 12 2016
  • Re: Mobile Ed Video + Faithlife TV Plus Church Subscription

    [quote user="Michael Sullivan"] 1) Are members of the congregation allowed to access material privately at home or is it only for "on-site" usage? 2) If it's "on-site only," are there any exceptions made for shut-ins? 3) How is "membership" determined? Weekly (or weakly) attendance, baptized membership (including infants) or communicant membership?
    Posted to General by John Schwandt on Tue, Oct 11 2016
  • Re: Mobile Ed Video + Faithlife TV Plus Church Subscription

    [quote user="Mattillo"] Is there an option available for single users? [/quote] This is priced at such a level that it would make sense for a single user to purchase it for their own use, and it would have the added benefit of being available to that person's entire church. What a great way to get access to the material and bless others with it as well
    Posted to General by John Schwandt on Tue, Oct 11 2016
  • Re: How Will Logos/Faithlife Handle This?

    [quote user="DAL"] ... How come they haven't said anything about pulling out the Mobile Ed on James since it's pretty much based on the EEC and the author's "research"? ... DAL [/quote] The Lexham Press and Mobile Ed teams have both based our decisions on compelling evidence. Lexham had strong evidence that EEC James was compromised, and (thankfully
    Posted to General by John Schwandt on Wed, Sep 21 2016
  • Re: An announcement from Lexham Press regarding EEC James

    We will be updating the course to resolve the issue. We will be removing links to the EEC volume and adding new links. Thanks for the clarification and your patience.
    Posted to Lexham Press by John Schwandt on Tue, Sep 20 2016
  • Re: Logos Greek Pronunciation

    Logos offers three different pronunciation systems for Greek (traditional Erasmian, historical Koine, and Modern.) There are a number of Erasmian conventions. It would be very confusing to try to include them all. Mounce’s convention is in the Erasmian system but varies from the traditional vein with they way he pronounces omicron the same as alpha
    Posted to General by John Schwandt on Mon, Jul 11 2016
  • Re: March Madness 2016

    If a March Madness author has a Mobile Ed course, the course will be offered at the March Madness discount. I saw a public email about this today, so I don't think I'm leaking any exclusive information.
    Posted to General by John Schwandt on Wed, Mar 2 2016
  • Re: March Madness 2016

    I'm so excited to have Mobile Ed as a major part of March Madness!
    Posted to General by John Schwandt on Wed, Mar 2 2016
  • Re: Mobile Ed - Certificate of completion

    Thanks for asking this question. The purpose of the short reflection paper on each course is to make a response, application, or reflection from some element of the course and provide some support for your understanding of the course as a whole. I would expect these papers to engage courses more commonly at the unit level engaging one or two points
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by John Schwandt on Sun, Feb 21 2016
  • Re: How do I make my NA28 talk to me?

    If you have a MAC it is Command + R. You can also see the "read aloud" option in tile icon list. (Click on the the tile icon in the upper left of the tile.) Currently, there is only the Erasmian (Machen system) version for reading the text aloud. This is the most common system for biblical Greek students. For individual lemmas you can select between
    Posted to Logos 6 by John Schwandt on Tue, Feb 16 2016
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