Amazing things are being done at the intersection of Bible study and technology. If you’re involved in the ways technology is shaping how we read, interpret, translate, and handle God’s Word, we’d love to hear what you’re working on. Why not share your expertise next March at BibleTech: 2013?
BibleTech’s speakers are a diverse and informative lot. A look at past BibleTech presentations reveals topics that range from the hypertechnical:
- “Open Scriptures API: Distributed Model for Interlinked Text Development”
- “Building a Semantic Clause Database of the Greek New Testament”
- “A Data-Driven Approach to Word Sense Differentiation”
- “Greek Syntax Databases: Retrospect and Prospect”
- “Bible Navigator X: A Postmortem on Developing for the XBOX 360”
To the accessible topics:
- “Social Scripture: The Bible on Facebook”
- “Making Bible Search Results Relevant”
- “Tweeting the Bible”
- “Educating the 21st Century Pastor: The Intersection of Theology and Technology”
If you’re interested in sharing your interests with those who share your passion, submit a proposal for BibleTech: 2013 now!
Not interested in presenting? Register now!
The upcoming BibleTech conference will be held March 15 & 16 in Seattle, WA. Register before November 30, 2012, and save more than $50! Experience a fresh look into the exciting ways technology is affecting how we study, visualize, and communicate the Scriptures. Register today!