This access will drastically change how students can conduct research and prepare dissertations for South University's Doctor of Ministry program. Instead of spending hours searching for materials and printed texts in a research library, South University students will be able to gather and retrieve the information almost instantly from their laptop, tablet or mobile phone. When students graduate, they will retain access to both their textbooks and the reference resources on the Logos platform permanently.
"Our mission is to use technology to equip the church to grow in the light of the Bible. We're excited to collaborate with South University to provide students with the tools they need to study, learn, and grow," said Logos CEO Bob Pritchett. "We're honored to work with innovative schools like South University who are committed to increasing access to, and lowering the cost of, quality theological education."
South University will begin offering students access to the Logos Bible Software package in the Fall 2016 academic quarter, which begins in October.
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