To have a successful educational experience either on campus or online, students will need to have access to technology and basic technological skill.
- Desktop Computer – a tablet may be sufficient for some tasks, but every student will need access to a reasonably up to date desktop or laptop computer.
- Web Camera and Microphone – for online and distance courses, students will need a machine capable of running web conferencing software.
- Internet Connection – for online courses, students need a reliable internet connection with at least 1.5 Mbps download speed.
Software and Skills
- Word processor – for writing papers, DTS students will need access to a program such as Microsoft Word, Apple Pages, or Google Docs.
- Chrome Web Browser – students may use a variety of web browsers, but we have found Google Chrome to be the most reliable.
- Technology Skills – all students will be expected to write research papers. Those taking online courses will also need to use video recording, engage in discussion groups, and learn other technological skills.
Training and Resources
Students on the Dallas campus should use the “DTS-Student” Wifi and visit the Wifi password page.
Logos Bible Software
Every DTS student receives a modified version of the Logos Silver package along with several key resources that will benefit students in their study.
The DTS Media Center located in Turpin Library on the Dallas campus provides technology training on campus and online. Find out more at: www.dts.edu/mediacenter
Turabian and Writing Templates
The DTS library maintains excellent resources for writing and research including Turabian templates for Microsoft Word.
Students are required to have an active email address updated every semester on CampusNet.
Students may request an @dallasseminary email address by contacting Coy Stark. (note: email addresses with @dts.edu are reserved for staff and faculty.)