Posted 01 June 2007 - 03:53 PM
What are the differences between the Library 7 and Scholar's editions (not considering included modules since each edition has various configurations)?
If I were to purchase the Scholar's CDROM set can I add the modules included in the Scholar's Core (or All Scholar's) package as I can afford them?
Posted 01 June 2007 - 04:39 PM
If you really need to work with the original Greek and Hebrew texts directly, then the Scholar's Collection is the place to start. The modules on the Scholar's can all be unlocked on an individual basis, but you'll save money if you go with some of the bundles available. We've tried to avoid one-size-fits-all packages so that you can buy what you need without having to buy a lot of things you don't. The other nice thing is that you can always go up to the next level or unlock additional modules without paying a penalty for not buying all at once.
I hope this helps. Give us a little more info on the kind of study you'll be doing, and we can give you more specific purchasing advice.
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Posted 01 June 2007 - 05:00 PM
Posted 01 June 2007 - 05:11 PM
Edited by Robb Brunansky, 01 June 2007 - 05:11 PM.
Posted 01 June 2007 - 05:17 PM
Posted 01 June 2007 - 05:19 PM
If you start with the downloadable program for $39 with the free Starter modules, that price is applied at any time to any one of the primary collections, mainly Library 7 or Scholar's 7.
If you get Library 7 Intro level $79 you can upgrade without penalty to Standard or Premier level, but if you get individual unlocks or groups from the Library 7, you can credit towards a level that includes those items only for the three month grace period.
On Scholar's 7 you can pay just for the program and CD, and get credit for these towards the Core Bundle. You have the three month grace period to apply credit for individual unlocks or packages like the GNT-T add-on towards the Core Bundle.
It really is best to call the office and talk to one of our sales staff. They are skilled at explaining the options and helping you save as much as possible.
Posted 01 June 2007 - 05:46 PM
Posted 01 June 2007 - 06:17 PM
If you purchase a bundle and use the bundle for the installer, it will install everything in that bundle.
That said, it's very easy to delete anything you don't want cluttering up your menu or your hard disk.
I would reiterate what Helen said... calling their sales people is tremendous help. They have no interest in getting you to buy alot right now to make money. They clearly operate under the method of really identifying the best fit for your current and future needs (and make a killing off of you in the long run as a satisfied customer!).
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Posted 08 June 2007 - 02:53 PM
Welcome to the Mac world and soon to the Accordance world . As for Accordance, whichever base set you start with you can always add modules.
Here is a link to a very helpful website on selecting the right combinations:
Coming from other packages to Accordance takes a little shift in the way you look at them. In a previous post, I likened the selection/purchasing process with Accordance to the way one builds their personal book library (selectively and over time). I came from BibleWorks and it was a shift in thinking at first.
The primary difference between Library and Scholar's is that Scholar's focuses on original languages as opposed to English study.
I would highly recommend taking a look at the above page reference by the link (http://anduril.ca/bi...cordance-6.html). It really helped me narrow down what I needed and then I built my library over time as I needed additional references or was substituting Accordance modules for printed versions.
Hope this helps.
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