Online Quaker Studies

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Online Quaker Studies

This group shares information about what's available in online Quaker learning for adults, and what online Quaker learning for adults could be.

Members: 54
Latest Activity: 3rd month 26

What's happening online this fall?

Of course there are online courses for Quakers out there. What better place than this to let us all know what's happening?

To start this off, the Quaker Studies website: www.bhfh.org/qsp has new course listings for this fall. Check it out!

Please post links to other sites that offer relevant online learning.

Discussion Forum

Quaker spiritual meditations on line

Started by David L. Hoffman 2nd month 11, 2010. 0 Replies

Dear friends, Is there a place on line where I can find Quaker spiritual meditations?  A valued colleague is creating a list of links to Christian mystical meditations.  She asked me if I knew where any Quaker meditations are posted on line.  I…Continue

All right so far...

Started by Sarah Spencer 10th month 25, 2009. 0 Replies

So, the course on moodle is being fun to put together. I never would have messed with so many features if I was trying to teach anything else. But I'm getting a sense that there is far more that I would like to try, that won't fit into 10 weeks,…Continue

Reeling them in

Started by Sarah Spencer. Last reply by Ian Hughes 9th month 21, 2009. 3 Replies

I'm learning as I teach (Techniques and Technology: teaching online with Moodle) and if you have any tried and true techniques for encouraging online participation - forum posts and assignment completion - I could use them. This is the 1 room school…Continue

What's your experience of Quaker learning online?

Started by Sarah Spencer. Last reply by Kirby Urner 3rd month 26. 12 Replies

I'm here as the coordinator of a small adult RE program that's sponsored by Beacon Hill Friends House and Salem Quarter/NEYM. With stunning originality, we call ourselves Quaker Studies. We are beginning to offer online courses. So this seems like a…Continue

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Comment by Timothy on 8th mo. 26, 2012 at 11:27pm

From what I have read into thy information here, Friend Sarah, it looks very helpful. I came to Quaker Quaker Seeking, and this may prove a good way to Find. With homeschooling starting up again soon, this will be difficult to do, but it is something worthy to look into further.

Comment by Sarah Spencer on 9th mo. 8, 2011 at 2:50pm

If you are here to expeerience online learning you will want to look at the Quaker Studies online catalog page.  We're offering 2 courses this fall. One is an introductory look at St. Paul, especially for those of us who think we don't like him! The other is an exploration of Quaker spirituality - reading a deeply challenging pamphlet with a Friend with recognized gifts in ministry.

 

Quaker Studies online courses meet for a scheduled number of weeks and are led by experienced leaders. Your participation each week can occur when you have time. There are usually no scheduled lectures or meetings during the week. You do readings or exercises and respond to queries or share your experience through forums.

 

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