In this week's Tech Talk, Jennie Bartholomew from the library
gives a tour of Bibleworks - the PC-based biblical exegesis and research software.
In this week's Tech Talk, Prof. Eric Barreto demonstrated the Mac bible software Accordance.
Watch the recording of our Nov. 4, 2010 Tech Talk, where Pastor Marc Ostlie-Olson talked about ministry and facebook.
View the recording of our October 28, 2010 Tech Talk on creating visitor friendly church websites using Word Press.
This week's Tech Talk looked at ways to find useful and meaningful content within the realm of social media - blogs, Twitter, and Facebook.
For this week's Tech Talk, Terri Elton from Children, Youth, and Family joined us to explain and demonstrate how her department is using Google Sites to create e-portfolios. The recording is above.
You can view the CYF portfolio site here. However, your Luther Seminary email and password are required.
The folks at the webcomic xkcd.com have created an updated version of their Map of Online Communities.
You can see the original 2007 version here.It is interesting to see what has changed and what has not between the two versions.
I really like how the new version places the online communities in a much larger context of spoken language, email, and SMS (texting).
On Sept. 30, 2010, a Bibleworks trainer came to Luther Seminary and hosted a training session on Bibleworks 8. The recorded session is above.
If you're trying to figure out how to use a particular feature in Bibleworks, we encourage you to make use of the very robust Help documentation found within the program. From within Bibleworks, go to Help > Study Guides. Here you'll find a list of various topics that include instructional text and videos.
This week's Tech Talk's guest speaker was Peter Susag from the Writing Center. He discusses different ways to begin the writing process. The audio-only recording is streamed above.
He mentions several handouts in his talk. You can find the handouts on the Writing Center's web site.
This week's Tech Talk looks at creative uses for Google Sites - in particular using them to better manage group projects for classes. The recording is below.