The Schedule for BibleTech:2011 Is Live!


BibleTech:2011 is shaping up to be an incredible event for anyone passionate about the latest developments in Bible and technology! If you don’t believe me, check out the newly posted schedule for yourself!

Curious about the hows and whys of the The Greek New Testament: SBL Edition? Do you want to know how is using the internet to connect the Church to theologians? Have you wondered what the Scriptures teach about technology and its appropriate use? Maybe you’re more interested in mobile Bible study or what’s in store for the next generation of mobile technologies.

Wherever your interests lie, be sure to secure your seat at BibleTech:2011, where you’ll learn from the experts! Registration is only $159.95 and gets you access to twenty-eight presentations, three catered meals, a conference T-shirt, and the chance get to know fellow Bible and technology geeks!

BibleTech:2011 will consist of fourteen sessions split between March 25 and 26. Each session will give you the option of a high-tech presentation or a low-tech presentation. The high-tech presentations will discuss the latest developments in Bible software platforms and the use of computer-based technologies for Bible translation and Bible study. The low-tech presentations will handle issues of design sensitivity, current trends in Bible technologies, and the integration of the Bible with internet-based communities.

A list of conference speakers is available on the conference website. Get acquainted with the speakers and catch up on their preparations for BibleTech:2011 by checking out their personal links. You can also view the official BibleTech:2011 schedule and plan ahead for your BibleTech experience.

Register today! BibleTech:2011 and experience a fresh look into the exciting ways that technology is affecting the way we study, visualize, and communicate the Scriptures.


  1. Great News!
    Wish I could be part of it. I don’t but from India, if i could make it.

  2. Donnie Hale says

    The “Register today” link in the last sentence of this blog entry is wrong.
    “Register today! BibleTech:2011 and experience a fresh look into the exciting ways that technology is affecting the way we study, visualize, and communicate the Scriptures.”
    It points to “” instead of The result is a page not found error.

  3. Donnie,
    You are absolutely right! Thanks for catching that, the link is fixed.

  4. Shaiju,
    We would love to have you, we get our share of international attendees. Hopefully you will be able to make the next one.

  5. Where is this conference? If in greater Seattle, what are the possibilities of a LOGOS office tour? Is there anything possible for immediately before/after? Many of us are serving in churches that are small and cannot afford the airfare/hotel/etc/etc so I’m thinking about combining with a vacation to hold the cost down. Suggestions?

  6. Carl,
    BibleTech is in Seattle! Unfortunately, that is about 2 hours south of Logos’ headquarters. But if you want to come and make a vacation out of it, I can promise you a tour when you make your way up to Bellingham.