From: Harry Hahne <firstname.lastname@example.org> (34)
Subject: Course on Computers and Bible
ANNOUNCING A NON-CREDIT COURSE:
USING A COMPUTER IN BIBLICAL AND THEOLOGICAL STUDIES
Ontario Theological Seminary, Toronto
A practical survey of computing tools that assist research and writing in
biblical and theological studies. Students will learn about computer software
and techniques for studying the Bible, doing research, organizing information,
formatting bibliographies and writing papers and sermons. The course will
include an introduction to using biblical and theological resources on CD-ROM,
the Internet and the World Wide Web.
1. Understanding how a computer can help you in school and ministry: An
introduction to computers and computer-assisted research.
2. Studying the Bible: Bible-search and text-analysis software.
Techniques for accurate computer-assisted Bible study and avoiding
common methodological errors.
3. Doing research in the information age: CD-ROM and online information
sources, including the Internet and the World Wide Web. Electronic
editions of Bible atlases, lexicons, concordances and commentaries.
4. Managing your information: Database management, bibliography formatting
and note-taking software.
5. Writing the perfect paper: Multilingual word processing with Greek and
Hebrew. Organizing your ideas. More effective writing with a
Location: Ontario Theological Seminary (Room 106), 25 Ballyconnor Court,
Willowdale, Ontario M2M 4B3 Canada (near Bayview and Steeles in
Time: Tuesdays 2:00-3:30, Feb. 14-Mar. 27, 1996 (except Mar. 12)
Cost: $45.00 preregistration or $50.00 at the first class
Instructor: Harry Hahne, lecturer in New Testament and Greek, Ontario
For further course information and registration instructions, go to
http://www.chorus.cycor.ca/Hahne/course.html on the World Wide Web or contact
the instructor at email@example.com.