Digital Media helps us learn by sharing ideas and knowledge. Below are a number of places I’ve contributed content. Click the icon to join me.
YouTube (learn more) is a video sharing service that allows users to watch videos posted by other users and to upload videos of their own. Videos that have been uploaded to YouTube appear on that website and can be posted on other websites as well. The slogan of YouTube is “Broadcast Yourself” because it is designed primarily for people to share their videos with the world. Visit my YouTube page to see what other resources I have available– and consider subscribing to my YouTube Channel!
Libsyn or “Liberated Syndication” (learn more) is the company that pioneered the system to host and publish podcasts. Since then, it has grown to the world’s largest and leading podcast network. Libsyn hosts over 10,000 shows, with over 1.6 billion downloads annually, by more than 18 million monthly audience members. This is the place for podcast production, and I invite you to visit my libsyn page to hear some of the resources I’m producing– and you can subscribe to my podcast when you drop in!
SlideShare (learn more) began with a simple goal: To share knowledge online. SlideShare offers users the ability for users to upload and promote publicly or privately PowerPoint presentations, Word documents, infographics, videos, webinars, and Adobe PDF Portfolios. The website averages approximately 60 million visitors a month and is among the top 120 most-visited websites in the world. Click on the link to view content I’ve shared on SlideShare, then share it with others!
Tumblr (learn more) lets you effortlessly save and share information on its informal blog. Post text, photos, quotes, links, music, and videos from your phone, laptop, or email. You can customize everything and personalize the site almost any way that you want. The website is a mix of bloggers, brands and tastemakers of all types. But to keep it simple, there are essentially two types of bloggers on Tumblr: those who create original content and those who curate, or re-blog posts. Join me on Tumblr!
Goodreads (learn more) is a free website for book lovers. Imagine it as a large library that you can wander through and see everyone’s bookshelves, their reviews, and their ratings. You can also post your own reviews, join a discussion group, start a book club, contact an author, and even post your own writing. Click on the link to share your best books and to see what I’m reading, then share it with others!
Vimeo (learn more) is a passionate artists’ community for creating, storing, and distributing high quality video content. The quality of video is much higher on Vimeo than many other sites, so it provides outstanding an viewing experience. Vimeo has free accounts available, plus opportunities interaction for members with common interests. View and share my videos on Vimeo!
The Good Book Blog
The Good Book Blog (learn more) is the faculty blog of Talbot School of Theology at Biola University. Representing the diverse areas of specialty within the seminary, but bound by a common commitment to biblical authority, the blog seeks to engage with important topics in biblical studies, theology, philosophy, spiritual formation and Christian education. The Good Book Blog is a resource for anyone seeking solid biblical scholarship that engages contemporary ideas from a decidedly evangelical perspective.
Open Biola (learn more) is an extensive online collection of free educational content created and curated by Biola University. An innovative service to the world, Open Biola offers open access to some of the most beneficial learning resources from Biola University’s professors and guest contributors in one easy-to-navigate website. Visitors are able to search, stream, download, discuss and share more than 1,000 hours of resources, all for free. I have some limited content on the Open Biola website– check it out by clicking the logo.
Ministry Grid (learn more) is a revolutionary online training resource that provides thousands of “how to” videos for Christian leadership that is unmatched in scope of practical content and simplicity. With the largest library of exclusive, custom-made content for church leaders available anywhere, Ministry Grid provides training to all your people no matter which ministry area they serve in and at the time and place best for them. Dozens of my personal training videos are available on this subscription-based website at ministrygrid.com.
Logos Mobile Ed (learn more) collaborates with distinguished and experienced scholars from many theological fields. Every faculty member invests a significant amount of time and effort into every session to ensure learners get an education comparable to a traditional campus experience, but customized for Logos Mobile Ed. Courses are taught by top-tier faculty, allowing people to learn from scholars with decades of experience. Dozens of my personal training videos are available on this subscription-based website at https://www.logos.com/mobile-ed.