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  • Re: More ideas on studies

    Thanks, Dave. I'm checking out both of these resources.
    Posted to General by Kathy Brasby on Mon, Dec 8 2014
  • Re: Bible in Its Context - Dr. Craig Keener

    Thank you. I really enjoy Dr. Keener's work and I appreciate your sharing these links.
    Posted to Files by Kathy Brasby on Mon, Dec 8 2014
  • Re: More ideas on studies

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"]Have you looked at using Favorites?[/quote] Graham, thank you! I was looking for more ideas. I'm going to check out more on the wiki. Very helpful. I really appreciate the forums and all the ideas people offer. Thanks for your input.
    Posted to General by Kathy Brasby on Mon, Dec 8 2014
  • More ideas on studies

    In the past, I created a layout for each study I was developing. (I teach an adult Bible study.) For example, I have a layout for our study of John, a layout for our study of Ruth, etc. Plus I created a new layout each time I delivered a sermon (1-2 times a year). I did that to keep track of the resources I uncovered for the particular study. I kept
    Posted to General by Kathy Brasby on Mon, Dec 8 2014
  • Re: Crossgrade question

    Denise, thanks for sharing your chart. That is very helpful. Still studying my options but this forum has been a big help clarifying things. Thanks.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Kathy Brasby on Wed, Dec 3 2014
  • Re: Advice as I teach with Logos

    [quote user="Rayner"]I may need to separate out to something like Mark 1:1-10 , Mark 1:11-20 etc. although I'd rather avoid that because where to "cut" the verses becomes arbitrary and it's easy to miss something if stored elsewhere, and I've visions of having tens of thousands of notes if I want to go through the whole bible!![/quote] Rayner, my fear
    Posted to General by Kathy Brasby on Wed, Dec 3 2014
  • Re: Advice as I teach with Logos

    BillS: there's a ton of ideas in your post! Thank you. I had not thought about setting up a layout and projecting that for the class. Interesting idea that I will chew on, for sure. I appreciate you taking the time to share that with me. Thank you. Kathy
    Posted to General by Kathy Brasby on Wed, Dec 3 2014
  • Re: Advice as I teach with Logos

    [quote user="Denise"] you might consider one of the 'outside' products for your class/presentation notes. Even the Logos CEO recommended not viewing Logos as a catch-all. From major version change (e.g. L3 > L4), etc. your work can get caught.[/quote] Denise, that's a good consideration, too. I've thought about putting my notes into Word and view that
    Posted to General by Kathy Brasby on Wed, Dec 3 2014
  • Re: Crossgrade question

    [quote user="Alan Macgregor"] Many of the functions I would really use were only available in the Feature and Extended Crossgrades, so after counting the pennies (I'm a canny Scot) I bought the Extended Crossgrade. This gives me the f ull Logos 6 functionality with my existing library – and at a reasonable outlay. [/quote] Alan, thanks! I really appreciate
    Posted to Logos 6 by Kathy Brasby on Wed, Dec 3 2014
  • Re: Crossgrade question

    [quote user="Richard Wardman"] I opted for the Extended Crossgrade because it gives the media collections and datasets that would be missing with just the L6 engine. It's worth it if you want to make good use of features like Factbook, media searches and Visual Copy. [/quote] Thank you, Richard. Just the kind of input I was looking for. Very helpful
    Posted to Logos 6 by Kathy Brasby on Wed, Dec 3 2014
  • Re: Advice as I teach with Logos

    Doc B: thank you! I was hoping to hear of other ideas as well as my Notes method. I haven't ever used Clippings this way. I like to re-examine my methods every so often to see if there's a better way. It's interesting to see how many different paths there are to the same result. I appreciate your input. Thanks!
    Posted to General by Kathy Brasby on Wed, Dec 3 2014
  • Re: Advice as I teach with Logos

    [quote user="Rayner"]I do this very similarly, except that I have a notes document for each chapter eg. Mark 1, Mark 2 etc. and then I add a separate notes file/sub-heading for each verse within the given chapter. [/quote] I used to do that, too, but found my notes documents got too big in the iPad Logos app. Thanks for your input. Do you also is an
    Posted to General by Kathy Brasby on Wed, Dec 3 2014
  • Crossgrade question

    I have Logos 5 with Silver package (total of 2851 resources) and I'm considering purchasing the Logos 6 crossgrade (either the Core or the Feature). What would I gain by purchasing a crossgrade rather than wait for the Logos 6 engine in February? (Obviously, I'd gain 3 months of Logos 6 use but I'm wondering about features.) I'm not interested in adding
    Posted to Logos 6 by Kathy Brasby on Wed, Dec 3 2014
  • Re: Advice as I teach with Logos

    Lynden, thanks for the encouragement! How would I share the notes? Through Faithlife?
    Posted to General by Kathy Brasby on Wed, Dec 3 2014
  • Advice as I teach with Logos

    I'm looking for suggestions/advice/input in my current workflow. I have a seminary degree minus the biblical languages (would look to expand that someday but that's another topic). I teach an adult Bible study at our church and do my own research and preparation. I occasionally do a sermon but am not on staff, just part of the leadership team. I do
    Posted to General by Kathy Brasby on Wed, Dec 3 2014
  • Re: The Heart of an Ignorant Logos 6 User

    [quote user="Mary-Ellen"] Building on Mark's suggestions re Clippings -- That's where I start when I'm collecting info at the very beginning a research project, when I don't have it well-defined enough to know how I'll eventually want to organize my thoughts. You can think of it as a stack of index cards. [/quote] Mary-Ellen, thank you. That helps.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Kathy Brasby on Sun, Nov 30 2014
  • Re: The Heart of an Ignorant Logos 6 User

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] I think of clippings like a scrapbook. I put things there that I might want to use again in the future, but I'm worried I'll never find when I need them. That might be quotes for an essay or article that I'm writing at the moment. Or it might be a great illustration or explanation I want to file away for when I preach on that
    Posted to Logos 6 by Kathy Brasby on Sun, Nov 30 2014
  • Re: The Heart of an Ignorant Logos 6 User

    Cynthia, I relate so well! I continue to search and learn how to use LOGOS but I just discovered how to use Favorites and I'm still trying to get ideas on how to use Clippings. I know how to clip but would love ideas on why to clip. (for example) Very good post. Thanks for stepping out.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Kathy Brasby on Sun, Nov 30 2014
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