On Tuesday I began a look back at all the new goodies that have been released in the past year. There was so much to talk about, however, that I ran out of steam by the end of May. Today, I'll pick up where I left off and finish out my "year in review."
Shortly after we released Accordance 7.0, we released a tagged version of the Samaritan Pentateuch, Gesenius' Hebrew Grammar, and an upgrade to Koehler-Baumgartner's Hebrew and Aramaic Lexicon of the Old Testament (HALOT).
In August, we released new editions of our primary collection CD-ROMs: the Library 7 and the Scholar's Collection 7. The Library added as many as 37 new modules, including the NET Bible with its extensive collection of notes, a gallery of classic artwork, Manners and Customs in the Bible, ISBE, additional commentaries and works of theology, and for the first time ever, a grammatically tagged Greek New Testament! See this page for a complete listing of what's new in the Library 7.
The Scholar's 7 added a few new unlockable modules which had already been released for download, but the real news with this release was an expanded Core bundle and additional Add-on bundles, all of which give you more bang for the buck when it comes to buying original language resources. In addition, we began offering a special combination offer of $60 off when you buy the Library 7 Premier and the Scholar's Core Bundle.
At that time we also introduced our Atlas Sampler, an introductory Atlas package for those who want an Atlas but are reluctant to buy our full Atlas CD-ROM.
In September and October we were hard at work on all the new releases we've just announced: version 7.1, Word Biblical Commentary, NIGTC, Syriac, the Babylonian Talmud, etc.
As you can see, it's been quite an eventful year, chock full of program updates and new modules. And there's more to come next year . . . LOTS more!