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[school-discuss] Welcome to Schoolforge
Dear Kirimi Kaberia, Iván Mateos Riaño and, I think, Chris Reed,
Welcome to Schoolforge!
We look forward to working with you to foster free and open resources in
There are a few things you should know about membership which you may have read
on the schoolforge.net site. The following is just a reminder.
First, please put a schoolforge log on your site. There is a selection at
Please choose one, copy it to your site and link it to
Secondly, please join schoolforge-discuss if you have not yet. You can do so by
filling out the form at http://schoolforge.net/sfdiscuss.php
Finally, participate. Please read the messages and be as active as your time
allows in responding to the list.
Many thanks, and, thank you for joining us.
I've cc-ed this message to the schoolforge-discuss mailing list so they can see
the descriptions of your projects.
A consortium of African professionals in Africa and the diaspora. Our aim is to
accelerate technology flow to Africa and to support education as the cornerstone
for future succes to bridge the technology, development and social welfare gap
globally especially in Africa.
*Centro de filosofía para
Niñ@s del Principado
de Asturias Philosophical center for children based on Mathew Lipman program
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http://members.iteachnet.org/~home About Membership
http://opensourceschools.org Open Source Schools Journal
http://schoolforge.net member Schoolforge Coalition for Open Educational