Location:
Dallas Theological Seminary
Campbell Academic Center 103
3909 Swiss Ave
Dallas, TX 75204

and

Dallas Theological Seminary
Room 102
6000 Dale Carnegie Lane
Houston TX 77036

Format:
These training workshops will be taught concurrently at the Dallas campus and in Houston using distance education technology. The instructor will teach from Dallas; attendees in Houston will interact through video conference. Each location can accommodate 20 students.

These workshops will demonstrate the use of BibleWorks version 7 and the instructor will do all teaching in both workshops from BibleWorks 7. Click here for a brief description of what each workshop will cover.

Participants are encouraged to bring a laptop with BibleWorks installed. Each workshop will include some hands-on review assignments to give you an opportunity to practice what you learn. If you bring a laptop, please make sure to apply the latest free updates to your installation of BibleWorks. Click here for instructions on how to update BibleWorks 7. A laptop, however, is not required to attend either workshop.

Schedule:
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
6:00 to 9:00 p.m. -- BibleWorks Essentials Workshop

Wednesday, October 22, 2008
6:00 to 9:00 p.m. -- BibleWorks Intermediate Workshop
Click here for help deciding which workshop to attend.

Registration:
To register please send payment (check payable to DTS) and contact information (address, email, and phone) to the following by Monday, October 13:

Rose Henness
Dallas Theological Seminary, NT Dept
3909 Swiss Ave
Dallas, TX 75204

For further information on these workshops, contact Dr. Michael Burer at 214-382-3927, or go to www.bibleworks.com/training.

Cost:
Cost per workshop is $25.
These workshops are being subsidized by Dallas Theological Seminary for their faculty, staff, and students. The cost for DTS registrants is $15 for one workshop, $25 for both.

Instructor:
Dr. Michael Burer will teach these workshops. Michael earned his Master of Theology and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from Dallas Theological Seminary, where he currently serves as Assistant Professor of New Testament Studies. He is also the Assistant Project Director for the NET Bible and occasionaly writes materials for the bible.org website. Residing in Forney, Texas, he is married to Melony and has three young children.

Seating limit for each workshop:
20