Frequently Asked Questions
What web browser should I use?
The Open edX platform works best with current versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Microsoft Edge or with Internet Explorer version 11 and above.
See our list of supported browsers for the most up-to-date information.
How will the course be delivered
The course will be delivered fully online. All course content is delivered electronically. All instruction videos, learning/reading material, discussion forums and quizzes are accessible through the Open edX platform. The Course Content is divided into 4 lessons. Each lesson has instruction videos, a discussion forum, quizzes and a reflection assignment. Students are encouraged to read the lesson instructions first and then proceeding to view the course videos, attempt the quizzes, contribute to the discussion forum and then submit a reflection essay on the given question. For this course, the reflection essay is optional but highly recommended.
This is a self-paced course so there are no set deadlines and you can complete this course at your own pace. However, for maintaining momentum and motivation, we recomend completing a lesson every 2 weeks.
How much time will I need to commit per week
We recommend setting aside 5 hours in a week for an in-depth study of the topics that would be covered in each lesson.
This is a self-paced course consisting of 4 lessons. There are no set deadlines and you can complete this course at your own pace. In order to maintain momentum however, we recommend that you aim to complete atleast one lesson every 2 weeks.
How can I contact the course instructors ?
The course instructors will be actively involved in the running of the course. They are available to assist you with any queries you may have about the course or its content. For any content related clarifications, you may post a general query in the Discussion Forum. You may also email the instructors directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the purpose of the Wiki ?
The Wiki is a repository of articles, videos, blog posts from external sources that are biblical in nature and would be of some spiritual benefit to the readers. The content in the Wiki will build up over a period of time as students, facilitators and faculty add to it as the course progresses forward. Students are welcome to post content and links to useful information that they may come across in the Wiki ensuring they adhere to the general guidelines about posting in the Wiki. If in doubt, please refer the article first to email@example.com for approval.
How do I view my progress in the course ?
Click on the Progress link on the top tab to view your upto date progress in this course.