[open-science] Open Education Community Session on Dec 11 (plus Christmas party)
jenny.molloy at okfn.org
Fri Nov 21 10:52:45 UTC 2014
For those of you interested in open science AND education, check out this
session and support the open education working group.
Also, ideas are being gathered for a virtual Open Knowledge Christmas party
if anyone has suggestions. Those of you at MozFest may have attended a
session on how to party online with Nathan Matias, so you'll be experts -
if not you can check out his article:
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From: Christian Villum <christian.villum at okfn.org>
Date: 21 November 2014 10:06
Subject: [OKFN-Local-Coord] Next Community Session scheduled (December 11)
- presenting the Open Education Handbook
To: Open Knowledge Foundation Local Coordinators Mailing List <
okfn-local-coord at lists.okfn.org>, wg-coord at lists.okfn.org, Open Knowledge
Foundation discussion list <okfn-discuss at lists.okfn.org>
Cc: local <local at okfn.org>
We've now scheduled our first Community Session in December: Rob Farrow
from Open University and Marieke Guy from Open Knowledge will present the
great Open Education Handbook and talk about the Open Education Working
Group in general.
It's Thursday December 11 at 10.00AM UTC. Hope as many as possible will be
able to join us! (Hangout link to be made available on the wiki when we get
If you have ideas for future Community Sessions (which could be used to
present your work and projects) please get in touch (for instance we have
an open slot on Dec 4).
On that note: Should we have a christmas gathering on Dec 18? Like a
virtual party of some sorts. Ideas welcome!
-Christian & Katelyn
International Community Manager
skype: christianvillum | @villum <http://www.twitter.com/villum>
Open Knowledge <http://okfn.org/>
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