VIDEO COURSES AND THE ONLINE CLASSROOM
Recognizing traditional means of education, Knox has prepared a seamless transition of programs from classroom to computer for each dedicated student. Individuals will have the comfort of progressing through their programs anywhere with internet access through the online classroom. Select video courses are now available, with many more currently in development, and can be applied to any of our master-level degree programs. Students will be able to access the video courses online while feeling like they’ve never left the classroom.
ONLINE JOURNALS AND PERIODICALS
To help each student achieve all of their missionary goals, Knox has available an online store-room of related journals and periodicals. Each student will find it easy to locate specific texts from volumes of collected works from a multitude of authors. Students will find the relevancy of these texts indispensable as they journey through their theological education.
VOLUMES OF ARTICLES AND PERIODICALS – ONLINE LIBRARIAN
In addition to the Logos database, students have access to the library at Knox Theological Seminary where you can request books, articles, and other resources. Click here to request materials from our Online Librarian.
KNOX AMAZON BOOKSTORE
The bookstore is arranged by course / instructor. Please contact us if you have questions. Most of the books listed under each course are required. However, some of the professors have listed recommended books as well. Read the description under each book and if it is not required, it will say “RECOMMENDED.” Also, note there are a couple of courses where you have a choice of required books – you only have to choose one of the two books listed. By using the online Knox Amazon bookstore, you will always be sure to have the right book version. Click here to access the bookstore for Spring 2013.
THE WESTMINSTER THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY LIBRARY
The Westminster Theological Seminary Library provides additional biblical studies, historical documents, maps, manuscripts, free directories, library catalogs, online journals, and additional digital library resources for students.