Virtual seminary

Experiments in video learning
For people unable to attend seminary, seminary can come to them, thanks to a new projectfrom Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C. The Wesley Ministry Network (WMN) enables people to sit in on the seminary lecture hall (via DVD), chat with other students and even the professor (over the Internet), and read the books their ministers had to go to seminary to learn about (see www.WesleyMinistryNetwork.com).

Many professors at Wesley and other seminaries speak in local churches regularly, but cannot fill the demand for solid teaching that comes just from the churches within driving distance. WMN uses Web and video technology to allow some of Wesley’s teachers to be in multiple places.

 

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