When it comes to excelling in seminary or Bible college, the ability to research well is invaluable. And to do that research well, there’s something else that’s invaluable—a top-notch library.
What if you could give your seminary or Bible college students a digital theological library with 2,762 volumes for as little as $15/each for an entire year?
Now, you can.
When COVID closed institutions everywhere, Logos offered a digital research library at no cost to seminaries and Bible colleges so that deep study of the Bible could continue. It offered both quality theological resources and powerful tools like advanced search capabilities.
Something great happened!
Rather than seeing lesser-quality work because students couldn’t go to physical libraries, professors saw better work. Dr. David L. Woodall, professor at Moody Theological Seminary, says:
The quality of research in my Advanced New Testament course escalated dramatically since the students have been using the Remote Research Library.
Both students and professors loved their new digital theological library so much, they asked for a way to get permanent access. It’s available now—and you can lock in annual subscription prices at 50% off for a limited time.
Here’s a glimpse at what’s included:
- 200+ on-demand seminary-level video courses (worth $6,200)
- Bible dictionaries
- Theological journals
- Theology books
- Classic works from Church history
But don’t forget, the Remote Research Library is actually more than a library.
A subscription comes with the advanced search capabilities and tools of Logos Bible Software.
Including Logos Bible Software as part of your programs might even increase enrollment interest, like it did for Dallas Theological Seminary.
If you’re a seminary or Bible college professor, find out more about the Remote Research Library today! And if you’re a seminary or Bible college student, share the news with your institution.