Logos Bible Software is an incredibly powerful tool. I’ve been using it almost daily for the last three-and-a-half years and would consider myself a fairly advanced user, but I still regularly discover new things that Logos can do.
While Logos is very easy to use and anyone can get benefit from it without training, really taking full advantage of what Logos has to offer takes time and effort. And that can be a daunting task for the average person.
It’s our desire that every Logos user would be able to make full use of what Logos can do to help them study the Bible more efficiently and profitably. We have an entire section of our website dedicated to training. It provides you with scores of free training articles and videos. We also frequently share helpful tips on the blog. But all that information can be a bit overwhelming for the new user. Where do you start?
To help users manage all of that information more easily, we’ve created a free online course called Learn Logos Bible Software. It was designed for Bible colleges and seminaries to offer to their students as a one credit course. But since most of our users aren’t in Bible college or seminary and might never have the chance to take this course, we decided to share it publicly with anyone who would like to use it.
The course is comprised of 16 lessons that walk you through our most important training material, which is grouped together in helpful categories.
- Lesson 1: Installation and Introduction
- Lesson 2: Overview of the Home Page
- Lesson 3: Organizing Your Workspace
- Lesson 4: Working with a Reverse Interlinear
- Lesson 5: Special Tools, Part 1
- Lesson 6: Special Tools, Part 2
- Lesson 7: Special Documents
- Lesson 8: Unique Search Tools
- Lesson 9: Researching, Part 1
- Lesson 10: Researching, Part 2
- Lesson 11: Original Language Researching, Part 1
- Lesson 12: Original Language Researching, Part 2
- Lesson 13: Specialized Searches
- Lesson 14: Miscellaneous
- Lesson 15: Personalize Your Software
- Lesson 16: Sermon File
Most lessons include videos to watch, questions to answer, exercises to do, and articles and blog posts to read.
We hope you enjoy it and find it helpful!