jontaimanglo at gmail.com
Thu Dec 14 14:08:28 EST 2006
Are there any good opensource applications that can do "distance
learning"? It might be easier for people to do that versus showing up
somewhere (or maybe as a way to compliment a class session)?
Something like this http://www.atutor.ca/ (just throughing it out
there, first one I found I'm not affiliated with it).
On 12/14/06, gregory pryzby <greg at pryzby.org> wrote:
> Been there and it worked some through your Python effort and Jay's
> 'hands on'.
> That said, I would support it.
> On Thu, Dec 14, 2006 at 11:40:22AM -0500, Dan Arico wrote:
> > Let me toss out an idea.
> > We've got people on this list with a great deal of expertise. We've got
> > other people who need to learn from those experts, but there's just too
> > much to cover in a one hour talk at a LUG meeting.
> > Is it possible that we could start up a cooperative school through this
> > list where people could offer courses on various subjects - either free
> > or for a fee - and others could sign up. We'd need to find facilities,
> > of course, but I think I could arrange that.
> > Thoughts?
> greg pryzby greg at pryzby dot org
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