Monday, October 30, 2006

Quentin Schultze at TEDS

Those in Chicagoland may be interested in this blog entry from Keith Plummer:

Those in the vicinity of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School may be interested in this. Dr.Quentin Schultze, Professor of CommunicationArts and Sciences at Calvin College and author of Habits of the High-Tech Heart (which I've referred to here and here) and High-Tech Worship?, will be speaking this Wednesday, November 1, on Trinity's campus. The lecture is part of the Carl F. H. Henry Center for Theological Understanding "Scripture and Ministry Lecture Series." Dr. Schultze's topic will be "Beyond the Digital Rat Race: Using Technology Wisely in Our Lives, Work, and Churches." Here's the description provided by the Center:
All of us are burdened with desires and demands to expand our technical abilities and to push for greater use of information and communication technologies in our daily lives. Yet the temptations to overuse and misuse technologies are evident all around us. How can we equip ourselves, our families, and our congregations to use email, PowerPoint, cell phones, instant messaging, personal Web sites, and other technologies appropriately?
The seminar is free, open to the public, and requires no registration. See the above link for more details. If you're anywhere in the area and can fit this into your schedule, I urge you to attend.

Audio archives and/or notes from past Henry Center seminars and conferences are available here.