Organizing Seminary: Apps for Writing

By on April 20, 2015

It won’t take you long upon your arrival at seminary how much things may have changed from previous generations of seminary educations. One of the biggest differences is just how digital everything is. Most seminaries have some sort of online class management system through which you will track grades, assignments, schedules, and get documents and Read More...


400 Free Online Textbooks

By on February 10, 2010

Thanks to a 2008 California law the Open Educational Resources Center for California now provides over 400 open textbooks to the public. The site was intended for California’s community-college faulty and staff members, but it is open for anyone to use. As the number of visitors to the site grows to a significant level they Read More...


How to develop a personal learning plan for the new year

By on February 9, 2010

Jack was frustrated as he stared at his laptop screen. He was on an annual personal retreat planning his twelfth year as senior pastor at Christ Community Church. The screen showed all his learning activities from the year before — the conferences, seminars, and classes he had attended; the books he had read; the sermons Read More...


The Dog Ate My Paper! (hard drive nightmares)

By on December 1, 2009

We’ve heard hundreds of horror stories of students losing their paper. Whether it is computer theft or a hard drive crashing, we are all vulnerable to loss of intellectual property. Days, even months of work can disappear in an instant. Each term we exhort students to back up their data frequently, but faculty members are Read More...