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  • Re: m.ED Library Requirements

    Requirements: The term "required" is not so much an inducement to spend a certain amount of money as much as a prescription for customer satisfaction. Nobody wants their links to fail. Nobody wants to be surprised when a link fails in a program for which they just invested serious time and money. There is also the issue of degree granting institutions
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Dale Pritchett on Wed, Sep 11 2013
  • Re: Shorthand...Red Handed

    What can I say? This whole line of discussion is quite interesting. I am embarrassed to display my insensitivity by saying that as far as I know, none of us here was thinking about any implicit or inferred academic designation at all when the logo was designed. I will bring this thread to the attention of others and get their feedback.
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Dale Pritchett on Tue, Aug 6 2013
  • Re: When, what theological perspective.

    Todd, We are not attempting make this so hard. We will post bios of each contributor on the Mobile Ed web site. What Mobile Ed web site you ask? And that is the point. The web development is trailing behind the course development. Hopefully it will all come together with both bios an clip of the professors from the actual courses.
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Dale Pritchett on Fri, Aug 2 2013
  • Re: Announcing Logos Mobile Education

    Help me. I keep reading all these comments about pricing and yet the nine courses for $995 works out to about $112 dollars per course. What am I missing here? Is there some college or seminary program with top professors, which is linked to to a vast portable library that by comparison, makes this look over priced? I can understand when somebody says
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Dale Pritchett on Tue, Jul 23 2013
  • Re: Announcing Logos Mobile Education

    Send me your ideas at dale@logos.com
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Dale Pritchett on Tue, Jul 23 2013
  • Re: Will this be comparable to the Foundation of Biblical Ministry by Moody?

    I don't really know what Moody's plans are specifically. I do know that we have an ongoing relationship with Moody which I trust will bear fruit in new products and programs. Moody has demonstrated a strong desire to stay on top of our technology so I would expect to hear more from them in the future.
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Dale Pritchett on Mon, Jul 22 2013
  • Re: Announcing Logos Mobile Education

    I was asked to re-post this message from another forum. Here is the heart of the issue. Logos Mobile Education is a whole new kind of distance learning designed to function within the ecosystem of a large (and expensive) digital library featuring both standard reference works and the latest unique Logos databases and tools. We are answering the question
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Dale Pritchett on Mon, Jul 22 2013
  • Re: Will this be comparable to the Foundation of Biblical Ministry by Moody?

    We are avoiding the entire accreditation issue by not being a degree granting institution.
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Dale Pritchett on Sun, Jun 2 2013
  • Re: Announcing Logos Mobile Education

    [quote user="Alexander"] Would it be to soon to ask for a rough listing of courses? I'm quite interested, especially in Biblical counseling (as a practicing counselor I always want to grow) and teacher, but I know there are many philosophies of counseling that I would not agree with at all. Just curious to see if this is something I can get excited
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Dale Pritchett on Sat, Jun 1 2013
  • Re: Announcing Logos Mobile Education

    [quote user="Kevin Maples"] Dale, can you give us a ballpark idea of the range in price for these classes? [/quote][quote user="Kevin Maples"] Dale, can you give us a ballpark idea of the range in price for these classes? [/quote] We are still working on the pricing because we are still working on the cost analysis. Our goal is to offer a superior learning
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Dale Pritchett on Fri, May 31 2013
  • Re: Announcing Logos Mobile Education

    [quote user="Don Awalt"] Dale, will our credits for successfully completing a course be captured reliably somewhere, like on Logos servers, so if one day a seminary comes out with a degree program requiring completion of courses A through Z, and I completed A through F a year earlier, that could be counted if they chose to (I realize they may not wish
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Dale Pritchett on Fri, May 31 2013
  • Re: Announcing Logos Mobile Education

    [quote user="David Ames"] [quote user="Dale Pritchett"] This is a biblical studies program that assumes that the student will own a large Logos digital library, be competent in using Logos Bible Software [/quote] A) How LARGE a library? Silver? Master? Gold? Capstone? Platinum? Diamond? Portfolio? The soon coming Orthodox or Reformed? [/quote] The courses
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Dale Pritchett on Fri, May 31 2013
  • Re: Announcing Logos Mobile Education

    [quote user="Jack Caviness"] [quote user="Dale Pritchett"]Our goal is to present a broad range of faculty. Why? We want to accommodate as many of our users as is practical.[/quote] Good strategy. [quote user="Dale Pritchett"]You may also want to better understand both those thing with which you agree and disagree.[/quote] Can we disagree with the professor
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Dale Pritchett on Thu, May 30 2013
  • Re: Announcing Logos Mobile Education

    Interesting comments. Thanks! I will try to address a couple of issues raised and share more of our philosophy. Logos Moble Ed is designed to offer an efficient way to learn academic and vocational skills in an environment which will be used every day in ministry. It is an ambitious project because it assumes a new "normal" ministry working environment
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Dale Pritchett on Thu, May 30 2013
  • Re: Announcing Logos Mobile Education

    Payment Plans -- We have not given that any discussion at all. I will look into that. Thanks.
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Dale Pritchett on Fri, May 24 2013
  • Re: Announcing Logos Mobile Education

    Cost: As I stated in an earlier response, we base our prices on our cost to produce the product. We are not focused on making the most affordable product but rather the best solution. That being said we know that the cost of education has risen in the past few years to the point at which people are searching for alternatives. There are a lot of free
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Dale Pritchett on Fri, May 24 2013
  • Re: Announcing Logos Mobile Education

    Ah, the timeline. Well I don't want to avoid the question but I must be somewhat vague. There are some final details in the interface programming to make sure you can easily find the course ware without having to search for it among hundreds or in come cases thousands of books in your library. This means we can't deliver it before it interface features
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Dale Pritchett on Thu, May 23 2013
  • Re: Announcing Logos Mobile Education

    Just what are we tagging and linking to? This raises several issues. Does the student have sufficient resources to accommodate the tags and links? When we release the official pre-pub we will outline the basic assumptions that underlie the whole effort. One of objectives is to "not color outside the lines" as my mother used to say. On the one hand we
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Dale Pritchett on Thu, May 23 2013
  • Re: Announcing Logos Mobile Education

    As long as I am explaining things, I should add two important design philosophies in our courses. That is "usefulness for teaching and preaching" and "the skills to do further study on your own." As we have flown in professors from various schools we have stressed to them the need to make the material applicable to teachers and preachers. Demonstrate
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Dale Pritchett on Thu, May 23 2013
  • Re: Announcing Logos Mobile Education

    Erwin, Thanks for your questions. I will give you some answers. Logos Mobile Ed is not an online course but rather a downloadable "curriculum resource," like a book. The difference is that this particular kind of "book" has the ability to initiate a video stream and also features on screen testing that accepts reader input. This new type of curriculum
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by Dale Pritchett on Thu, May 23 2013
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