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    Default Online Koine Greek Materials

    Edit: The point of this thread was and remains twofold:
    (1) to provide "review" sites for those who've already had Greek training, but need to brush-up in order to get the most out of BW7 software.
    (2) For those who've never had Greek training, but would like to get some in order to get the most out of BW7 software.
    (3) I'm partial [prejudiced] toward multimedia sites.

    Stumbled across an animated course, taught by Ted Hildebrandt, teaching 1st year Koine Greek. FYI ...

    Ted Hildebrandt
    Last edited by SCSaunders; 08-13-2008 at 11:19 AM.

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    Default But wait, there's more!

    Following SCSaunders link, there actually are a number of other Greek resources I describe and link HERE.
    Mark G. Vitalis Hoffman
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    Thumbs up Ted's the man!

    His digitized version of A.T.Robertson's Greek Grammar was the basis for the BibleWorks version, and his bibliography on Proverbs is a thing of beauty - by far the best bibliography on the book/genre anywhere.
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    I am curious: What tool(s) is/are this site and Animated Hebrew using to create these screencasts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshua Luna View Post
    I am curious: What tool(s) is/are this site and Animated Hebrew using to create these screencasts?
    Animated Hebrew appears to be recording PPT slides with Camtasia Studio 4. As for Ted Hildebrandt, not so sure - but it does seem to be PPT + something. JMHO.

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    Default More from Ted H.

    I just posted HERE about another incredible resource Ted is sharing for free, "Get Lost in Jerusalem."
    For that program, at least, he appears to have used Macromedia Director.
    Mark G. Vitalis Hoffman
    Professor of Biblical Studies
    Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg
    ltsg.edu - CrossMarks.com
    Biblical Studies and Technological Tools

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