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Re: New mailing list? (was: [school-discuss] Iturralde Crater Expedition 2002 --> it starts today, tell your class.)


here's some of what we have on our list to produce 
as downloadable cd-roms :

6 45 minute sessions including experiments, pamphlets, quizzes,
and teacher's notes on sea level rise and remediation.

over 100 scores of classical music for
string quartet, chorus, brass quintet, voice and piano,

6 new, original screenplays with gnu lics.

physics and math textbooks (yes we found some)!

collections of novels, plays and histories in french, spanish and german.

live video productions of our original screenplays.

audio books of ecverything.

2000+ formatted text books with table of contents.

over 100+ movie screenplays.

the object is to reduce the mandatory cost of student and teacher printed
materials to the cost of paper, ink, binding ... i.e. direct
production costs.

we think the univerities that are local to each user can use this as a 
baseline for new, modern
copyrightfree textbooks and other materials.

mike eschman, etc ...
"Not just an afterthought ...

On Wednesday 11 September 2002 09:27 am, Cameron Miller wrote:
> Hello,
> IMHO, thoughts and suggestions for class discussion could be considered
> trying to help develop open educational content.  It certainly is hard
> to draw the line as to what is useful in this manner and what is not.
> Just some thoughts,
> - cameron
> Jeremy C. Reed wrote:
> > List maintainer:
> >
> > Please consider starting a new mailing list where users can share there
> > thoughts and suggestions for class discussions or other
> > miscellaneous information.
> >
> > That way schoolforge-discuss can be used for discussing the use,
> > development and sharing of open source and open content in schools.
> >
> > On Tue, 10 Sep 2002, mike eschman wrote:
> >>http://www.blueiceonline.org/blueweb/ice2002.html
> >
> >    Jeremy C. Reed
> >
> >    http://www.isp-faq.com/