Saturday, February 02, 2013

Accordance Seminars March 2&4 in NJ and PA

Here's a link to Accordance Training seminars in March 2013 in NJ and PA in case anyone is interested. Here's some information:


  • Sat. Mar 2, 2013, 9 am to 6 pm, Philadelphia, PA,
    Westminster Theological Seminary
    2960 Church Rd., Glenside, PA 19038
  • Mon. Mar 4, 2013, 9 am to 6 pm, Palmyra, NJ
    Central Baptist Church
    514 Maple Ave., Palmyra, NJ 08065

The seminars are scheduled for 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. and will consist of three sessions with a break for lunch. The schedules are subject to some adjustments.   
 If you plan to skip the first session, be sure that you are familiar with the Accordance interface and basic searching. The online Podcastsoffer helpful preparation.

9:00 - 12:00: Accordance interface: Toolbar, Library, Searching, 
and Amplifying.

1:15 - 2:30: Map, Timeline and Images, User Tools and Notes, iOS.

2:45 - 6:00: Greek and Hebrew, Constructs, Advanced Searches and Wildcards.

We recommend you bring a computer loaded with Accordance so that you can follow along, but it is not essential. The training program will be projected.

We highly recommend that you purchase a copy of the newly released Seminar Training Manual if you do not already own one. This manual will be referred to throughout the seminar. We will have them available for purchase at the seminar, but you may purchase one in advance for pick up at the seminar if you wish. Just order online and and mark the order for manual processing with a note that you want to pick this up at the seminar so our staff can adjust the order to remove the shipping charges before completing it for you.

Be sure to upgrade to our NEWLY RELEASED Accordance 10before attending the seminar, as this will be the version the instructor teaches from. Having version 10 up and running will make it much easier to follow along throughout the seminar. You can upgrade now by purchasing the Accordance 10 Starter Collection.

Most people who take the time to come are extremely grateful to learn all the things that they never knew they were missing. Please share this seminar information with the staff and students at any institution in the area, as well as to any users you know.

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