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Panel Discussions

Over at SansBlogue, Tim Bulkeley is looking for a group of Bible scholars who are into the "doing biblical studies with a computer" business. The aim is to make some short presentations and hold a panel discussion at the next Association Internationale Bible et Informatique conference to be held later this year in Leuven (Belgium). Read the full story here.

Joe Fleener, Director of Library Services at Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary, Lansdale, Pennsylvania (USA), has posted a note at the BibleWorks Users Forum where he says they are considering hosting a professor's conference and panel discussion next July under the general title "Using Exegetical Software in the Classroom".

These initiatives are becoming common place. Now, given the fact that not everybody who might be interested will be able to go to all these different meetings, I submit to you the possibility of hosting a similar online event here at Bible Software Review. If we could have four or five people willing to invest some time in sharing their professional experience on the use they make of computer technology and Bible software resources in their writing, research, or teaching, I would be happy to coordinate the team and take up questions from readers. I'm just thinking aloud really (that's what blogging is in a sense), but if you think this might be something worth pursuing and/or you would like to participate, please email me.


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