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Mobile Ed: Logos Training Bundle (4 courses)

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Overview

Whether you are preaching a sermon, writing a paper, or teaching a small group, Logos Bible Software has everything you need to study the Bible. The combination of a powerful library of valuable resources with helpful interactive guides and tools and easily organized notes makes Logos Bible Software the best tool for anyone wanting to get deeper into God’s Word. This new training series shows you not just how to use the features of Logos Bible Software, but how to use Logos to accomplish the tasks you want to accomplish.

Each of the four courses in this bundle highlights tools and features of Logos that are specific to the task at hand. The first course, Getting Oriented with Logos Bible Software (LT121), gives you a quick overview of Logos Bible Software and helps you get started using the software. Studying a Passage with Logos Bible Software (LT122) shows users ways to use Logos to study the Bible for teaching or preaching, leading a small group, or writing an exegetical paper. Doing a Topical Study with Logos Bible Software (LT123) walks through how to study a biblical or theological topic for both writing a paper or leading a Sunday School class. The final course, Preparing for a Sermon with Logos Bible Software (LT124), demonstrates how to use Logos to prepare either an exegetical or topical sermon.

  • Title: Mobile Ed: Logos Training Bundle
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2020
  • Product Type: Logos Mobile Education
  • Resource Type: Courseware, including transcripts and video resources
  • Courses: 4
  • Video Hours: 8
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LT121: Getting Oriented with Logos Bible Software

  • Video Hours: 1

Getting Oriented with Logos Bible Software (LT121) quickly helps a new Logos user confidently use the Logos Bible Software package for powerful Bible study. It focuses on an overview of the Logos interface starting with the Home Page and teaches how to start using Logos for devotional and passage study, including the use of Layouts. This introductory course covers the basic knowledge you’ll need for the rest of the Logos Training series.

Learning Objectives
Upon successful completion you should be able to:
  • Use the Logos Home Page and Logos Toolbar
  • Create custom cards on the Logos Home Page dashboard
  • Use the Command box to quickly access resources and start a Passage Study
  • Use Layouts and Reading Plans
  • Use the library to find and filter resources, and prioritize your resources
Course Outline
Introduction
  • Overview of the Training Series
Unit 1: Getting Started
  • Introduction to the Course
  • Opening Logos for the First Time
  • The Logos Toolbar
Unit 2: Basic Bible Study
  • Reading the Bible and Devotions Using Logos
  • How to Start Studying the Bible Using Logos
  • Searching the Bible in Logos
Unit 3: Layouts, Reading Plans, and the Library
  • Using Layouts in Logos
  • Home Page Layouts and Reading Plans
  • Powerful Bible Study from the Home Page
  • Exploring the Logos Library
Conclusion
  • Conclusion and Next Steps

LT122: Studying a Passage with Logos Bible Software

  • Video Hours: 3.5

Studying a Passage with Logos Bible Software (LT122) shows users several ways to study a biblical passage using Logos. The course walks through how to use Logos when preparing to lead a small group, to teach or preach, and to write an exegetical paper. Users will learn how to study original language words and grammar, quickly compare translations, and keep their study organized with notes, favorites, and layouts. The course also covers how to share reading plans and prayer lists for your small group using Faithlife groups.

Learning Objectives
Upon successful completion you should be able to:
  • Set up a Faithlife Group for your small group
  • Share reading plans and prayer lists with your Faithlife Group
  • Create and share verse slide images
  • Find more information in Logos using the Explorer Tool and searching
  • Use layouts and the Notes and Favorites tool to organize your study
  • Find Bible book outlines and background information in the Factbook
  • Use the Passage Guide and the Exegetical Guide to study a passage
  • Create a Word List of original language words in a passage
  • Study Greek and Hebrew words and grammar in Logos
  • Discover related passages and explore commentaries
  • Use Workflows to study the Bible
Course Outline
Introduction
  • Introducing the Course
Unit 1: Study a Passage with a Small Group
  • Finding a Digital Home with Faithlife Groups
  • Setting Up a Shared Reading Plan
  • Using Audio Bibles
  • Sharing Prayer Lists
  • Starting a Passage Study with a QuickStart Layout
  • Finding Information Quickly by Searching
  • Sharing with Visual Copy
  • Guided Study Using Workflows
  • Conclusion
Unit 2: Study a Passage to Teach or Preach
  • Setting Up Logos for Faster Access to Resources
  • Easy Organizing
  • Easy Reading: Comparing Translations
  • Easy Reading: Notes and Highlights
  • Book Background Study
  • Book Background Study with Commentaries
  • Quick Start to a Passage Study
  • Passage Guide
  • Keeping Things Organized
  • Starting from Where You Left Off and Finding More Help with Logos
Unit 3: Prepare to Write an Exegetical Paper
  • Quickly Gathering Exegetical Info on a Passage
  • Keeping Organized with Notes
  • Gaining a Familiarity with the Original Language Text
  • Reading Original Language Texts with Lexical Helps
  • Identifying Important Words
  • Bible Word Study: Simplifying Lexicons
  • Bible Word Study: Getting a Grip on Words and Their Meanings in Context
  • Grammar
  • Discovering Connections between Texts
  • Reviewing Commentaries
  • More Guided Exegetical Studies with Workflows

LT123: Doing a Topical Study with Logos Bible Software

  • Video Hours: 1.5

Doing a Topical Study with Logos Bible Software (LT123) helps users develop a workflow for studying biblical or theological topics. The first half of the course walks students through the process of studying a biblical person in preparation to lead a small group. The second half looks at how to study a theological topic for writing a paper.

Learning Objectives
Upon successful completion you should be able to:
  • Prepare a handout with the Sermon Editor
  • Use both the Factbook and Topic Guide to study a topic
  • Find and add media to a handout
  • Prioritize resources in Logos
  • Use the Notes Tool and Clippings to keep track of your research
  • Use resources like the Theology Guide, various Bible dictionaries, and the Lexham Geographic Commentary
  • Create a bibliography and export it to Microsoft Word
Course Outline
Introduction
  • Introducing the Course
Unit 1: Studying a Biblical Person
  • Preparing to Lead a Youth/Sunday School Group
  • Reading Passages Related to the Biblical Person
  • Getting a Quick Overview of a Biblical Person
  • Digging Deeper with Dictionaries
  • More Information on Place and Media
  • Preparing a Handout
  • Bonus Segment: Word Find Puzzle
Unit 2: Studying a Theological Topic
  • Setting up Logos for Faster Access to Information
  • Quickly Organizing Your Thoughts about a Topic
  • Quickly Organizing Others’ Thoughts on a Topic
  • Easy Introduction to Theological Concepts
  • Gathering Information from a Broad Range of Resources
  • Outlining, Writing Up, and Exporting

LT124: Preparing for a Sermon with Logos Bible Software

  • Video Hours: 2

Preparing for a Sermon with Logos Bible Software (LT124) shows Logos users how to create both a topical sermon and an exegetical sermon outline using Logos Bible Software. The course covers tools like the Sermon Starter Guide, the Theology Guide, the Passage Guide, and the Topic Guide. Users will learn how to keep their sermon preparation organized by utilizing the Favorites tool, Logos Notes and Clippings, and the Sermon Editor. The course explores options for finding sermon illustrations and media and how to send sermon notes to Proclaim or other presentation software.

Learning Objectives
Upon successful completion you should be able to:
  • Use the Favorites tool, Notes, and Clippings in Logos to organize your research
  • Find themes for a topical sermon with the Sermon Starter Guide
  • Use the Theology Guide and Topic Guide to study a theological topic
  • Identify the theme of a biblical passage using the Passage Guide
  • Use the Factbook to explore the overall theme and message of a book
  • Study the background and context of a passage and find related passages with the Passage Guide
  • Find illustrations and media for use in your sermon
  • Create and format a sermon outline using the Sermon Editor or Logos Notes
  • Export sermon notes and slides to Proclaim or other presentation software
Course Outline
Introduction
  • Introducing the Course
Unit 1: Preparing a Topical Sermon
  • Efficiently Organizing Information
  • Gaining a Broad Overview of Our Topic
  • Gaining a Quick Theological Overview of Our Topic
  • Identifying a Main Theme and Key Passages
  • Focused Reading on Our Topic
  • Finding Illustrations and Application
  • Draft Sermon Outline
  • Further Encouragement
Unit 2: Preparing an Exegetical Sermon
  • Reading and Taking Notes
  • Outline and Themes
  • Efficiently Gathering Introductory Information on a Book
  • Exegetical Passage Study
  • Learning about the Historical Context
  • Finding Connections with Other Biblical Passages
  • Consulting Commentaries
  • Creating a Draft Sermon Outline
  • Wrapping Up a Sermon
  • Easy Ways to Add Media
  • Getting the Sermon Ready for Church

$69.99

Collection value: $100.00
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