The Access Card for Basics of Biblical Hebrew Interactive Workbook is only for students enrolled in a course at an institution that utilizes the Blackboard Learn platform™.
The Access Card for Basics of Biblical Hebrew Interactive Workbook provides users with entry into a collaborative tool for instructors and students, designed for use on the Blackboard Learn™ platform. As such, it is an ideal resource for students enrolled in schools (both college and graduate levels) utilizing Blackboard solutions for both on-campus and distance education. The workbook is integrated for use with Gary D. Pratico and Miles V. Van Pelt’s Basics of Biblical Hebrew Grammar, Basics of Biblical Hebrew Video Lectures (36 lessons), and Biblical Hebrew Laminated Sheet, all available separately. First published in 2001, Basics of Biblical Hebrew Grammar, now in its second edition, has consistently been rated as the most helpful introduction to the field.
|Contributor(s)||Gary D. Pratico , Miles V. Van Pelt|
|About the Contributor(s)||Gary D. Pratico
Gary D. Pratico (ThD, Harvard Divinity School) is senior professor of Old Testament and Hebrew language at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He has been teaching Hebrew for more than thirty years and is coauthor with Miles V. Van Pelt of Basics of Basics of Biblical Hebrew (grammar and workbook) and The Vocabulary Guide to Biblical Hebrew.
Miles V. Van Pelt
Miles Van Pelt (PhD, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is the Alan Belcher Professor of Old Testament and Biblical Languages at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi, where he also serves as Academic Dean. Miles lives in Madison, Mississippi, with his wife, Laurie, and their four children.
|Publish Date||Jun 10, 2014|
- Review by Paul
I am not giving 1 star to the content of the workbooks. I am sure they are excellent learning activities. But the programming simply does not work with Blackboard. The areas that allow you to type in your answers literally do not display at all. Your students will not be able to fill out their workbook assignments if you use this technology. This means that, once again, I cannot complete my assignments using Zondervan's interactive workbooks. Once again, I have had to fork out extra money to buy a physical workbook (even though I already bought the digital one) because Zondervan chose not to test or troubleshoot their product before sending it off to market.
I would suggest that any school or university stay away from these interactive workbooks until they have been around for a number of years. They are CERTAIN to cause your students headaches and CERTAIN to cost you a fortune in IT and customer service labor trying to solve the technical problems these workbooks will create for frustrated students who already have massively busy schedules. (Posted on 10/26/2016)