NEW POSTS: Apps for Organizing Your Seminary Study


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I have a couple of new posts over at Going To Seminary on helpful apps for reading and studying while you’re going through school.

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 readings necessary for your classwork. Lectures are on PowerPoints that are often shared online. Likely the very first official seminary swag you’ll get is an email address.

Things have changed, for sure. But luckily, we live in a time of unparalleled resources to help you engage all the more deeply in your seminary education; resources that help you focus on what you need to focus on while letting technology do much of the heavy lifting.

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2 thoughts on “NEW POSTS: Apps for Organizing Your Seminary Study

  1. Well that is quite helpful! I’ve been spending Rowan’s college fund on my logos software for years and had no idea about the flashcards app. Good rec! There are so many lousy vocabulary apps out there…I’ve bought a ton. My latest favorite is the series called liberation philology (catchy but otherwise don’t see how the title relates). They are excellent clean apps for iOS that are great for reviewing vocabulary in a range of languages, and it seems to cater to those who are studying to have a reading knowledge of languages ( viz the German latin and French apps)

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