Class on Textual Criticism

I’ve been looking back through some early attempts at recording my classes, to see if there is anything useful. On several occasions the lapel microphone’s battery went dead before the end of the class. But since the first part of some of these classes contains useful material, I thought I’d edit that portion out and share them.

Please do let me know if, even though not the full lecture or class, they are still useful!

 

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  • Fox

    It’s way too difficult to hear what the your students are saying. Nice though anyway.

    • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/religionprof/ James F. McGrath

      Yes, that’s another reason I didn’t do anything with the recording. A lapel mike has advantages and disadvantages, I discovered, and so after this first attempt I shifted to using a ceiling microphone built into the classroom, when possible.