The Scourby Audio Bible App Uses a Revolutionary Concept of Bimodal Presentation

Litchfield Associates announces the Bimodal presentation for the all new Scourby Audio Bible app. This form of communication is used every day in ads, company promotions and children’s stories and is the most effective way for people to remember what is being presented to them.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 16, 2013

A bimodal presentation is simply a method of communication that delivers audio and text synced together so that people are getting the dual input of reading and listening at the same time. The brain processes what is read and what is heard differently.

When readers are able to hear what they are reading, they then get the benefit of the dual input and that results in better understanding, comprehension and memorization. This is exactly how the Scourby Audio Bible apps are presented, in a bimodal presentation, that permits users to hear and read at the same time. Users can read the full report on the many benefits of a Bimodal presentation by clicking on the link.

Some of the most memorable accounts for most people are the childhood books that were read alongside cassette tapes. As they listened they followed along in the book, and often the recording would instruct the child on when to turn the page.

This kind of communication promotes enhanced learning and long term memory, thereby becoming one of the most common ways of training children on reading skills. That technique is also a standard way to teach the illiterate and functional illiterate how to read, get a book and a recording of the book and then listen to the recording and follow along in the book.

Alexander Scourby worked many years with the American Foundation for the Blind, (AFB) converting many books into Audio books and it took countless hours. It took four years to complete the recording of the King James Bible.

However, the impact of his work was so significant, it is still being felt today. In fact, every year contemporary narrators are awarded an annual Alexander Scourby narrator of the year award by the AFB in honor of his body of work in narrating over 500 hundred books during his lifetime. His work is still in use by those with visual impairment in experiencing the words found in the treasured writings.

Maximum learning is best achieved when all the senses are focused on the source of the information. This results in a greater impact on the senses and better understanding of what is being communicated. It’s like the difference between watching a movie on TV and a 3D movie at IMAX, which have become quite popular. It‘s a whole new way to experience the movie and it seems you can almost reach out and touch what is being shown.
Just reading is like watching a regular movie, but using the Scourby Audio Bible App is like experiencing the bible in a 3D session where users engage all the senses. This provides the user with a bigger impact on what is being presented to them.

Litchfield Associates, the producers of the Scourby Bible App, encourage all to raise the bar in accessing the King James Bible and the reading experience by using the Audio Bible app and the Bible Mp3 download to access the Bible. These are the newest tools to access the oldest book that will help users get more out of the King James Bible than ever before.

Users can go to http://scourby.com and take an Audio Bible APP tour and experience the Bimodal presentation of the Bible on the web site. Getting the new audio Bible app is simple, just click, order and download and in doing so experience a bimodal presentation, a whole new way to experience the King James Bible.