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Mobile Ed: LT151 Logos Academic Training
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Mobile Ed: LT151 Logos Academic Training


Lexham Press 2013

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This training is for Logos 5. For Logos 6 specific training, pre-order Morris’ new course LT161 Logos Academic Training.

Learn how to maximize your use of Logos Bible Software 5 with this academic training course from certified trainer Morris Proctor. Having a solid grasp of the software ensures that you’ll get the most out of Mobile Education courses. Morris Proctor explains features, shortcuts, and tips, and offers clear demonstrations to prepare students for academic biblical and theological study.

Interactions between Mobile Ed materials and your personal digital library yield richer research. This training course is the perfect starting place for any serious study in Logos.

Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion you should be able to:

  • Organize and search your Logos library
  • Add shortcuts and quickly access your favorite Logos resources
  • Use the Logos guides to study
  • Perform a variety of Bible searches
  • Study original-language words with reverse interlinears and the Bible Sense Lexicon
  • Access and navigate the Logos Timeline
  • Save and organize your Logos study and add notes in Logos

Course Outline

Unit 1: Seeing the Big Picture

  • Introduction to Logos
  • Quiz – Unit 1

Unit 2: Setting Up the Home Page

  • Introducing the Home Page
  • Home Page Overview
  • Customize the Home Page
  • Home Page on Startup
  • Quiz – Unit 2

Unit 3: Studying with the Home Page

  • Starting from the Home Page
  • Choose Your Preferred Bible
  • Reference Box
  • Topic Study
  • Passage Study
  • Quiz – Unit 3

Unit 4: Studying with the Guides

  • Introducing the Guides
  • Collapse the Guides
  • The Passage Guide
  • The Exegetical Guide
  • Bible Word Study
  • Topic Guide
  • Sermon Starter Guide
  • Customize Reports
  • Customize Templates
  • Spreadsheet View
  • Quiz – Unit 4

Unit 5: Seeking the Bible Facts

  • Introducing Bible Facts
  • Bible Facts Overview
  • Biblical People
  • Biblical Places
  • Biblical Things
  • Biblical Events
  • Bible Facts on the Passage Guide
  • Bible Facts on the Right-Click Menu
  • Quiz – Unit 5

Unit 6: Structuring the Library

  • Introduction: Organizing a Library
  • Library Overview
  • Detailed Spreadsheet View
  • Locating Resources
  • Prioritizing Resources Part 1
  • Prioritizing Resources Part 2
  • Using Prioritized Resources
  • Quiz – Unit 6

Unit 7: Staging the Screen

  • Starting with a Blank Screen
  • Opening Resources
  • Reference Box
  • Linking
  • Changing Fonts and Text Size
  • Cross References
  • Bible Text Only
  • Another Resource in a New Tab
  • Another Resource in the Same Tab
  • The Tab System
  • Right-Click Tabs
  • Quiz – Unit 7
  • Midterm Exam

Unit 8: Searching the Resources

  • Introduction: Finding Information
  • Searching Overview
  • Search Collections Part 1
  • Search Collections Part 2
  • Basic Word Search
  • Basic Phrase Search
  • Basic Bible Reference Search
  • Basic Search Results
  • Bible Search Ranges
  • Bible Word/Phrase Search
  • Case-Sensitive Search
  • All-Word-Forms Search
  • Bible Search Results
  • Right-Mouse Searching
  • Look Up Search
  • Power Searching
  • Proximity Searching
  • Clause Search
  • Quiz – Unit 8

Unit 9: Surveying Reverse Interlinears

  • What Is a Reverse Interlinear?
  • Displaying the Reverse Interlinear
  • Alignment Indicators
  • Original Language Word Study
  • Quiz – Unit 9

Unit 10: Sensing the Meaning

  • Introducing the Bible Sense Lexicon
  • Bible Sense Lexicon Overview
  • Study a Sense
  • Study a Word
  • Bible Sense from Resources
  • Quiz – Unit 10

Unit 11: Scanning Historical Events

  • Introduction to the Logos Timeline
  • Timeline Overview
  • Timeline Filter
  • Timeline Find
  • Event Information
  • Open Timeline from a Resource
  • Link Timeline to a Resource
  • Quiz – Unit 11

Unit 12: Swinging Back By

  • Revisiting Places in Logos
  • History
  • Bookmarks
  • Favorites
  • Layouts
  • Quiz – Unit 12

Unit 13: Saving the Data

  • Introduction: Saving Your Research
  • Creating a Note File
  • Adding a User-Created Note
  • Adding a Note to a Verse
  • Note Indicators
  • Change Note Indicators
  • Deleting Notes
  • Clippings
  • Quiz – Unit 13
  • Final Exam

Product Details

  • Title: Logos Academic Training
  • Instructor: Morris Proctor
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2013
  • Product Type: Logos Mobile Education
  • Resource Type: Courseware, including transcripts, audio, and video resources
  • Courses: 1
  • Video Hours: 7

About Morris Proctor

Morris Proctor is the certified and authorized trainer for Logos Bible Software. He has been a pastor and expository teacher for more than 20 years. Logos Bible Software revolutionized his personal study, so he is now devoting his time through his company, Morris Proctor Seminars, to train Logos users to realize its full potential. Proctor has written several Quick Reference Training Manuals, and has conducted training seminars and sales demonstrations around the country. He has trained hundreds of users from beginners to advanced levels, including pastors, Christian educators, military chaplains, professors, students, and more.

Getting the most out of Mobile Ed

Mobile Ed is a highly effective mobile learning environment that incorporates the powerful study tools found in Logos Bible Software.

With any Logos library base package, you will be able to view the lectures and interact with the transcripts. For the best learning experience, we recommend you use Logos Platinum.

  • Readings for the courses are often tailored to Platinum because the larger library provides access to a wide range of suggested resources and increases search results for further study.
  • The Platinum collection best matches the resources used in screencasts. It includes a breadth of commentaries, original-language studies, and over 1,400 resources to deepen your study.