[IAEP] 1500 XOLiveCD in German schools
rita at isg.cs.uni-magdeburg.de
Mon May 11 07:28:11 EDT 2009
Sean DALY wrote:
> A pity we weren't in that loop we could have arranged a sidebar about
> SoaS for example
The deadline of the articles has been in december last year, and SoaS
has not been that much on my radar, then ...
> Does anyone know how we can get a copy of that magazine?
I did ask the editor, will tell you as soon as I get an answer.
> On Sat, May 9, 2009 at 3:12 PM, Caroline Meeks <solutiongrove at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Sat, May 9, 2009 at 5:36 AM, Bert Freudenberg <bert at freudenbergs.de>
>>> On 09.05.2009, at 02:16, Kurt Gramlich wrote:
>>>> dear friends
>>>> the German association FSuB e. V. has sponsored 1500 XOLiveCDs.
>>>> This CDs are distributed within a Newspaper called LOG-IN.
>>>> So we will reach about 1500 schools in Germany with 36 pages of
>>>> information about OLPC.
>>>> For those who are able to read German:
>>>> The XOLiveCd has more than 50 activities working out of the box.
>>> Thanks to FSuB for that.
>>> This issue of the "LOG IN" journal (which is primarily aimed at
>>> teachers) has many Sugar-related articles, about deployments, Sugar
>>> itself, Activities, and even the School server:
>>> "Laptops vs. Satchels" editorial by Joachim Wedekind and Bernhard
>>> "OLPC - from vision to global movement" by Christoph Derndorfer
>>> "The OLPC pilot in Ethiopia" by Hermann Härtel
>>> "Learning with Etoys" by Rita Freudenberg
>>> "Educational concepts vs. hardware" a discussion between Richard
>>> Heinen and Joachim Wedekind
>>> "Sugar - an operating system for learning" by Rita Freudenberg
>>> "Programming the XO" by Joachim Wedekind and Christian Kohls
>>> "First steps to visual programming with TurtleArt and Scratch" by
>>> Rüdeger Baumann
>>> "Networking the XO" - hardware, Sugar collaboration services, XS by
>>> Volkmar Hinz
>>> "The XO Live CD" - by Wolfgang Rohrmoser
>> Wow, who caused this to happen? Thank you! Thank you!
>> This sounds great! Can we get them translated? Anyone (Sean) know how to
>> approach similar magazines around the world?
>> Maybe the editors of Log In has contacts.
>> Is there a call to action included? What would we want teachers and school
>> administrators to do once they have tried Sugar?
>>> Thanks to all the authors and supporters!
>>> - Bert -
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>> Caroline Meeks
>> Solution Grove
>> Caroline at SolutionGrove.com
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