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"just received a phishing message from the member here with name of 'James.' Can anyone remove him from this group?"
Sep 24, 2018
Emanuel D. Naydenov left a comment for John Kahler
"John, it looks like I got the message inside the group. But it also came to my work email automatically. I had just registered and had not even loged in when I got it. I tried checking the membership to see who the person was and got, no member by…"
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John Kahler left a comment for Emanuel D. Naydenov
"Hi Emanuel, Ning support has responded with these questions: We are sorry to hear of this situation but we need to investigate it to help you.Please, specify whether the message was sent on the site via the inbox…"
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"Thanks Emanuel, Haven't heard of anything like this happening, I'll look into it. John Kahler"
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About the ATS and the Technology in Theological Education Group

Welcome to the Association of Theological Schools
Technology in Theological Education Group Ning site.
Please explore the site and join our groups and discussion forums

Spring 2019 Learning Opportunity!


Our theme this year, ACCESSibility, addresses a critical issue for practitioners and administrators in online Christian education. Accessibility is not simply about how we access education but our missional calling, our philosophical approach, and our willingness to meet students where they are. There are a number of ways that learners can accomplish learning goals but in many cases, those options are limited and capabilities can be challenging. Our name, ACCESS, suggests that we support the process of learning across multiple platforms, venues, and entry points.

Some Christian institutions are currently facing litigation for non-compliance in online and residential course content, materials, and websites. These institutions are required to show proof-of-progress, be fully compliant in a few short years, and ultimately make new content fully accessible. These and many other issues related to accessibility are important to the field of Christian online education.
ACCESS 2019 will provide insight to issues of accessibility with assistive technologies, student support, and course design, to name a few. Please come and participate in this very important conversation. For more information, visit or contact Dr. Mary Lowe at

Dates: March 13-15
Location: Belhaven University, Jackson, MS

Professional CVs wanted!
Folks, it's not a bad idea for us to begin a collection of CVs of people in need of work. I've started a discussion forum in the "Forum" area as a repository for these things. Hopefully, if enough get submitted, we'll have a place to advertise for ourselves when we're ready to move on as well as a place from which to seek candidates for positions we're advertising. Please check it out and drop a CV or two in there!


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