OakTree Software is hitting the road again to do a series of training seminars at various locations throughout the South: in New Orleans, Atlanta, Dallas, Austin, and here in Orlando. The seminars are free to attend, and in the case of the all-day seminars, you're welcome to come and go as your schedule permits. In the spring we did a whirlwind tour of Chicago, Detroit, and Boston, and even those who drove many hours to attend seemed to think it was well worth the time and effort. For a report on those seminars and some attendee feedback, see this blog post.
Here's a rundown of the seminars which are coming your way:
New Orleans, Sept. 12 and 13, 1:30 to 3:30 pm: While not a full-blown training seminar, these in-depth demonstrations of Accordance at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary will give you a good feel for what Accordance can do. Long-time Accordance employee Greg Ward will be giving these demos to NOBTS faculty and students as well as any outside folks who decide to attend.
Atlanta, Sept. 16 and 18, 9 am to 5 pm: I'll be teaching these all-day training seminars at the Atlanta Vineyard Church. Atlanta is criss-crossed by about a gazillion interstates, so if you can drive in for all or part of the day I'd encourage you to do so.
Orlando, Sept. 30, 9 am to 5 pm: We're back home for this all-day training seminar. If you're in the area, this is your chance to meet a large percentage of the OakTree staff. I'll be teaching at least some of this one.
Dallas, Oct. 7 and 9, 9 am to 5 pm: These all day training seminars will be hosted at Dallas Theological Seminary.
Austin, Oct. 4 or 11, 9 am to 5 pm: We're still working on a definitive date and location for this all-day seminar, but we've already had a tremendous response. If you're in the area, sign up now.
While these seminars are free, we do ask that you register to attend at least a week in advance, so we'll know how best to set up the facilities. Also, some of the dates may change depending on the response, so you can cast your vote for a particular day and time by registering early. For more information about the seminars, see the Shows page of our web-site.
By the way, I was just informed that we're also going to be doing a seminar at Princeton (yes, I know that's not the South) around the end of October. I'll let you know more details as I get them.
In a future post, I'll give more information about what you can expect to happen at these seminars. Hope to see you there!