Guest Post by Podcast Seminary friend, Dr. Eric Turner See Eric’s bio on his website – See Eric’s Original Post No, this is not a post about how to use Snapchat (or any other social media) for growing a college ministry. Let me explain. I had this crazy idea recently to flood all of the […]
Our academic society, the Society of Professors in Christian Education, has just launched a Facebook discussion group for Christian Educators like you! Eligible and warmly invited are people who are either professors, doctoral students, or professionals in the related fields of discipleship, ministry, age-group specializations, missions, Bible, administration, and leadership– and those who serve them. […]
Bible Apps and Software With the explosion and disruption of the Digital Revolution, a number of resources are now being created. There has been a proliferation of applications and programs that have become available on the market that involve the Bible. Some of these are programs, while still others are apps for mobile devices like […]
Technophobia: Internet Anxiety by Dr. Sharon Short I belong to the last generation of people who are amazed by what can be accomplished online. I have located out-of-print books, purchased shoes in hard-to-find sizes, found cheap airfares, downloaded articles from obscure journals, conversed with people on other continents, participated in classes, searched for jobs, reconnected […]
Video Introduction White Paper Accordance Bible Software Description Accordance is a Bible software program that emphasizes the ability to search the biblical (and extra-biblical) texts. Accordance features an interface that allows users to view multiple translations/texts side by side. Users can also build an “e-library” of Accordance-compatible reference works that can be read directly on […]
Educational Technology in Teaching by David Odom Using cell phones in the classroom to engage and motivate your students Do you own a cell phone? Of course you do! The educational technology of choice for most Americans is the cell phone. According research, seventy-five percent of adolescents and eighty-eight percent of adults in the United […]
Changing Your Profile Picture or “Gravatar Image.” Many websites on the Internet use a universal service called the “Globally Recognized Avatar” when creating a Profile Picture for you on the world wide web. An avatar is your online altar ego, something that identifies you online. Sometimes people want anonymity online, but at other times they […]
Learn here about the Member’s Area of our SPCE Website launched in January 2016. Note: Click the bottom right element of the video for a full-screen experience.
Here is an introduction to our website, released at the beginning of 2016. This is part 1 of a multi-part series designed to provide a basic overview to some of the features of the website to help visitors navigate our website.
Learning Management Systems (LMS), sometimes called Course Management Systems (CMS) are a critical element in today’s educational institutions. They are important both due to learning needs of students, but also for the coordination of courses for professors. Moreover, they provide a standardized learning environment for both students and accrediting agencies who seek to discover if […]