The production of CITA-EDU courses entails pre-production, production and post-production. Pre-production includes the broad academic research of the professor who prepares the syllabus and class schedule with assignments. A manuscript of the class to be taught is downloaded by permission from an accredited seminary in the US and carefully translated into Spanish by a team of translators. The final edition is revised and approved by those whose first language is Spanish. The content is shaped into an attractively presented detailed outline (virtual manuscript) and shared with the students before the class where the teaching is videotaped. The professor rehearses the class material orally, with feedback, anticipating any questions arising from the content, syntax or vocabulary. A final version of the manuscript is produced and uploaded to the web. Those studying remotely can download the syllabus and manuscript-outline to aid in following the video lecture. Locally, the set is prepared for video-taping. In the production phase, two hours are taken to tape the class live with students present interacting with the teacher. Two forty-five minute sessions for each class are taped with a coffee break in the middle. Post-production includes cutting and editing. The chief editor starts this process and delegates to contract editors whom she coaches and supervises for preparing the final version. The editors include graphics, power point and other pedagogical aids. All editors are serious Bible students and theologically trained. After final approval the class video is uploaded to the web and made available.