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[K12OSN] Re: linux for education portal



And I forgot the actual address of the site of course:
www.linux-for-education.org

On Thu, Jun 18, 2009 at 9:42 PM, David Van Assche<dvanassche gmail com> wrote:
> Hi there,
>   We've just launched a pretty decent start for a linux for education
> portal that should contain hundreds (we already have about 50) totally
> creative commons or similar free license courses that can be used
> online directly (guest access to all courses) or downloaded to export
> into one's own e-learning platform (backups are moodle based.) The
> site contains howtos, forums, wikipedias and chatrooms, as well as the
> traditional Moodle courses on a wide array of subjects across the
> board. It is totally free, and will remain that way both in terms of
> beer and ideology. We encourage people to take part in it. It is
> really not too hard to take an existing howto or wiki entry or
> something and turn it into an interactive course. There are plenty of
> examples, and there are also courses on Moodle itself and why one
> should use it. Currently it may seem quite opensuse-centric, but we
> are working hard to make it as generic to linux as possible as we have
> noticed that there isn't really such a comprehensive resource out
> there on this subject matter. We appreciate all help, so please drop
> us a line if you would like to get involved in any way at all.
>
> peace,
> David (nubae) Van Assche
>


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