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A student praise for Greek learning
by Nicolai Winther-Nielsen - Monday, 7 August 2017, 8:28 PM
 

I received the following feedback from a Danish student, using the 3G course and Bible OL (my translation). This learner is reporting about the effect of persuasive corpus-driven learning and facilitation:

I am really surprised by the effectiveness of this learning material. I have never before ...

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Bible OL to run on credit card size computer
by Nicolai Winther-Nielsen - Saturday, 8 July 2017, 9:20 AM
 

We are excited to share the news on Judith Gottschalk's new work to set up a Raspberry Pi 3 computer as a server to support an offline local network running Bible OL independent of the internet.

Gottschalk was involved in our first experiment to set up a laptop in Madagascar to serve as a server ...

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MoodleBox Virtual Classroom plans
by Nicolai Winther-Nielsen - Wednesday, 5 July 2017, 7:01 PM
 

Kirsten Buch of Danmission has successfully taugth New Testament Greek at Nyakato Theological College in Tanzania (see GLI news at Bible OL in use in Tanzania, Denmark and Minnesota).

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Available courses

Global Greek Grammar Online includes two courses developed by Harold Kime for Lancaster Bible College. Judith Gottschalk of GLI and her team will use these courses to introduce the grammar, syntax and vocabulary of New Testament Greek.

Greek Grammar I emphasizes the mastery of the alphabet, 196 common vocabulary words, nouns, adjective, and pronoun forms of the 1st and 2nd declension, articles, prepositions, and present, imperfect, and future verb forms of the indicative mood.

Global Greek Grammar Online includes two courses developed by Harold Kime for Lancaster Bible College. Judith Gottschalk of GLI and her team will use these courses to introduce the grammar, syntax and vocabulary of New Testament Greek.

Greek Grammar II emphasizes the mastery of the alphabet, an additional 164 common vocabulary words for a total of 370 words, nouns, adjective, and pronoun forms of the 3rd declension, aorist and perfect tense verb forms of the indicative mood, and additional verb forms including subjunctive and imperative moods, particples, and infinitives.

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