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Seminary Project Labs - Greek & Hebrew fonts, Turabian, and Zotero: Home

Guides you through the installation and configuration of Greek and Hebrew fonts, the use of the BJU Seminary Turabian wizard.

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Turning in quality seminary projects is hard work, and technological challenges don't make it any easier. This guide seeks to help seminary students overcome the tech hurdles that make using biblical languages and academic formatting standards difficult.

As you explore these pages, here are some of the topics you'll see covered:

  • Greek/Hebrew fonts
    • Comparison & contrast of the BibleWorks Greek and Hebrew fonts with Unicode (recommended)
    • Installation & Configuration tips
    • Usage tips, such as how to ensure that your project will print properly on any computer and prepare your work for posting on the web
  • Turabian
    • Using the Turabian style manual
    • Using the BJU Seminary Template for Microsoft Word
  • Zotero
    • Collect your sources from online catalogs
    • Organize your research notes
    • Cite your sources with near-perfect Turabian style

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