Religious Community Use

Religious Community Use

OpenMind (Beta)

A beta version of OpenMind is now available for use in religious communities! We are still in early stages of developing this version. We encourage you to provide us with feedback on how we can improve the program.

Are you interested in developing add-on materials that can be used by other members of your denomination? We’d love to hear from you! We’re hoping to gather and make available a collection of readings and exercises for use in various religious communities. Please send us your recommended materials at openmind@heterodoxacademy.org!

OpenMind (Beta)

A beta version of OpenMind is now available for use in religious communities! We are still in early stages of developing this version. We encourage you to provide us with feedback on how we can improve the program.

Are you interested in developing add-on materials that can be used by other members of your denomination? We’d love to hear from you! We’re hoping to gather and make available a collection of readings and exercises for use in various religious communities. Please send us your recommended materials at openmind@heterodoxacademy.org!

Start Using OpenMind in Your Religious Community

To start using OpenMind in your religious community, follow these two easy steps:

Try out the full “administrator” version of OpenMind. This version differs from what your group members will experience in the following ways: (1) You won’t need to create a username and password, (2) You can skip the pre-assessment survey, and (3) You can skip around across the steps without completing each one.
In order to begin using OpenMind with your religious community, you will need to create a unique access code for your group. This link will enable you to create as many access codes as you like and will provide you with instructions on how your group can begin using OpenMind.

Start Using OpenMind in Your Religious Community

To start using OpenMind in your religious community, follow these two easy steps:

Try out the full “administrator” version of OpenMind. This version differs from what your group members will experience in the following ways: (1) You won’t need to create a username and password, (2) You can skip the pre-assessment survey, and (3) You can skip around across the steps without completing each one.
In order to begin using OpenMind with your religious community, you will need to create a unique access code for your group. This link will enable you to create as many access codes as you like and will provide you with instructions on how your group can begin using OpenMind.

View Your Group’s Progress

Have you already set up an access code for your group? As an administrator, you can now access your dashboard!

The dashboard will allow you to see who in your group has completed the app and their corresponding scores on the graded quizzes.

View Your Group’s Progress

Have you already set up an access code for your group? As an administrator, you can now access your dashboard!

The dashboard will allow you to see who in your group has completed the app and their corresponding scores on the graded quizzes.

Use Our Workshop Materials

OpenMind is meant to be a catalyst for face-to-face conversations. We encourage you to follow up the OpenMind app by leading a facilitated dialogue with your group so they can practice the skills they learned in a structured manner.

Click below to download our facilitator guide and student handout. These materials are still in early stages so they’re in Word format in order to allow editing. Please provide us with feedback on your experiences using the workshop materials and suggestions on how they can be improved. We’re eager to hear from you!

Use Our Workshop Materials

OpenMind is meant to be a catalyst for face-to-face conversations. We encourage you to follow up the OpenMind app by leading a facilitated dialogue with your group so they can practice the skills they learned in a structured manner.

Click below to download our facilitator guide and student handout. These materials are still in early stages so they’re in Word format in order to allow editing. Please provide us with feedback on your experiences using the workshop materials and suggestions on how they can be improved. We’re eager to hear from you!