Free Webinar: Get the Most out of Your Logos Library

Free Webinar Logos 5One of the remarkable things about Logos 5 is that, while it’s extremely powerful, it also makes getting started simple. Just type in a passage or topic and hit “Go”—Logos will perform dozens of hours’ worth of research for you. Then, if you want to zero in on a specific word or idea, you can choose from a huge arsenal of specialized tools.

But how do you know if you’re using the right tools for your study? Could there be a helpful insight tucked away in some corner of your library that you’ve yet to explore?

Learn to get the most out of your Logos library: come join us for a free training webinar! We’ll cover how to:

  • Organize your library for quick access to your most used books
  • Build custom collections to make research fast and easy
  • Find exactly what you’re looking for with precise searching

If you already own a Logos 5 base package, you’ll learn to make the most of its features, datasets, and books. If you don’t, you’ll get a detailed walkthrough of Logos 5 so you can make an informed decision.

This is the second such webinar we’ve hosted. Attendees of the first one had this to say:

“A really useful video. It’s always good just to see the way in which other people study—I think I’ll be incorporating some of these tips into my study.”

“One of the most useful videos ever on Youtube. A real blessing.”

“Great refresher, I look forward to the next one.”

Don’t miss out—register for the free webinar at!

P.S. Learning is always better with a friend. If you know another Logos user who would appreciate this hour of training, invite them to join you.

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4 Responses to “Free Webinar: Get the Most out of Your Logos Library”

  1. Josh May 20, 2014 at 5:14 pm #

    This sounds great! Unfortunately I live in Australia and the 3am (for us) timeslot is a little prohibitive. Will the video be available afterwards?

  2. Peter Gardner May 21, 2014 at 10:33 am #

    I would like to get a link to the first webinar that somehow I missed.

  3. Christopher Potts May 22, 2014 at 3:16 am #

    Great idea! Wish I could attend (job prevents me from doing so).

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