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Re: [seul-edu] RE: [ma-linux] Linux Education

Yes, Tom, please send your curriculum, that might be very helpful.

You can email me directly, at karl-AT-seul.org.
(I am accepting all curriculums regarding GNU/Linux at this address)

I hope to develop a small repository of curriculums working with GNU/Linux
(either courses _in_ GNU/Linux stuff, or courses taught with the use of
GNU/Linux equipment).

Right now I don't have a definied limit of what target-group to serve
through any potential curriculum repository (even though my ideas are
idealistic and large). 

Any discussion of uses of such an online open-curriculum or open-homework
repository will help us determine which group(s), and what advocacy, we
can serve.


On Thu, 15 Nov 2001, Tom Miller wrote:

> Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2001 13:11:41 -0700
> From: Tom Miller <tjmiller@DATC.TEC.UT.US>
> To: jackal@raptor.slc.edu, seul-edu@seul.org
> Subject: [seul-edu] RE: [ma-linux] Linux Education
> ** High Priority **
> As luck happens, I happen to have a basic users' course here that I use up at DATC in Kaysville :)
> I'm working on a sysadmin course, and would be more than happy to send you what I have so far... both of 'em are self-paced/self-study.
> Good to see someone else in Utah teaching Linux :)
> Regd's,
> TJ Miller jr
> OS/Networking Instructor
> http://www.datc.tec.ut.us
> --
> ``The opposite of love is not hate, it's indifference. The opposite of art is
> not ugliness, it's indifference. The opposite of faith is not heresy, it's
> indifference. And the opposite of life is not death, it's indifference.''
>  -- Elie Wiesel
> >>> jackal@raptor.slc.edu 11/15/01 01:01PM >>>
> My apologies to those who may have received this twice, in my effort to
> post this thread-excerpt to the seul.org/edu list.
> I think http://www.seul.org/edu is an optimal community to cross-discuss
> your points with, as they are connected with educators all around the
> world, and are interested in (seriouslY) empowering the "global
> student" through gnu/linux in the curriculum.
>  -Karl