[K12OSN] Final Week

Basha Krasnoff krasnofb at nwrel.org
Tue Apr 13 23:38:13 UTC 2004

Thanks to everyone who completed our K12 Open Source User Survey. Your input
is very helpful to other educators who are making decisions about
implementing Open Source Solutions.

If you haven't completed this survey, we would really appreciate if you
would spend 10-minutes sharing the "state of your OSS implementation" at
http://www.netc.org/surveys/oss before April 21st, when the survey goes

The Open Options Project at the Northwest Educational Technology Consortium
(NETC) is an independent research project serving K-12 educators. We conduct
extensive online survey research and phone interviews with current K-12
users of open source software to provide pragmatic information and
decision-making tools.

Visit our research-based Web site, Open Options: Making Decisions about Open
Source Software for K-12, (http://www.netc.org/openoptions) for an analysis
of the survey results.

We look forward to hearing from you and meeting you at our sessions on Open
Source Software at upcoming conferences like NCCE, ACPE, and NECC.

Thank you.

(NETC is not affiliated with any software vendor or open source software
project. It is a federally-funded center at the Northwest Regional
Educational Laboratory (NWREL), a private, nonprofit institution in
Portland, Oregon.)

Basha Krasnoff
Research and Evaluation Specialist
Technology in Education Center (NETC)
Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory
101 SW Main Street, Suite 500
Portland, Oregon 97204
Tel: 503.275.9643
Fax: 503.275.0449
E-mail: krasnofb at nwrel.org 

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