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The 30th Learning4Content workshop is scheduled to begin on September 21, to October 2, 2009. You can register directly on the Wiki or email to Dr. Wayne Mackintosh or Patricia Schlicht. You will find the eL4C30 Homepage here. The workshop will be moderated by Patricia Schlicht and Nellie Deutsch
- The 29th Learning4Content online workshop will take place from August 24-Sep 4, 2009. Register on the Wiki or by email to Dr. Wayne Mackintosh. You can find the e eL4C29 Homepagehere. The workshop will be moderated by Nellie Deutsch and Patricia Schlicht and Wayne Mackintosh.
- The OER Foundation, based at Otago Polytechnic, New Zealand hosts the 28th online L4C workshop in collaboration the Sloan Consortium
- The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation award the OER Foundation $200 000 for WikiEducator's Learning4Content project to continue our work in building wiki editing skills for education and to improve content interoperability between Mediawiki and Connexions
You are invited to attend a 2-hour mini workshop "Exploring OERs and How we can make them work for us?"
Cast your vote and join us on 9:30 pm (PST), on June 12, 2009, or June 13, at 7:30 am Israel time, and 4:30 pm New Zealand time, to hear Dr. Wayne Mackintosh, the Founder of WikiEducator speak.
Join live at WiZiQ here
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- June's second second online L4C workshop attracted a record number of 284 participants from 64 different countries. The workshop was ably facilitated by Nellie Deutsch (Canada/Israel), Gladys Gahona (Mexico), Benjamin Stewart (Mexico), Rima Al Eryani (Yemen) -- all graduates of the Learning4Content initiative.
- The Sloan Consortium hosts the 8th online L4C workshop under the motto Open Education Resources: Build it and they will come?
- The College of Flexible Open and Distance Learning in Port Moresby, take the lead in hosting a Learning4Content workshop in Papua New Guinea, thanks to the foresight of Ouka Lavaki, Assistant Secretary for Education and COL Focal Point, Demas Tongogo, Principal of the College and David Leeming our WikiEducator facilitator.
- The Solomon Islands earns the historic accolade of hosting the first Learning4Content face-to-face workshop with support from Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development and the EU funded Distance Learning Centers Project. Prominent WikiEducators, Bernard Rapasia (Chief Education Officer) and David Leeming have taken the lead to introduce 16 educators to the WE family.
- 134 Participants from 49 different countries join Wayne Mackintosh and Patricia Schlicht for the 2nd online L4C workshop held in collaboration with the UNESCO OER community
- The pilot Learning4Content online workshop attracted 100 participants from 32 different countries! WE and the L4C project will host at least one online workshop each month. Register now for free training!