[ubuntu-uk] influence in education
phillw at ubuntu.com
Thu Jun 23 20:43:44 UTC 2011
This really is quite new. For those familiar with phpbb3 (The free forum
software that I know is popualr), there is a project being developed at
is from one of the American Universities. I have been in touch with that
team and the project is not dormant. Far from it, they are approaching a new
The goal, as they state is to make it easy to keep updated. I was also
really pleased to read and discuss with them that it is not only HTML code
and CSS compliant but it also generates code which is WAI compliant as well.
A free web-building tool, easy to update for non-techincal people that is
compliant across all the areas has really perked my interest up in it.
I have now downloaded it onto my server area and am really looking forward
to giving it a really good check.
Being as it is php based, it will be very easy to do 'local' amendments (as
we can in phpbb). If anyone is interested in more details, please feel free
to drop me a mail. Just please bear in mind I'm really new to it as well!
>From my, albeit, fairly brief reading of it - it does seem to work similarly
to net-objects did (many years ago). setting up a generic school template
should not take too long and the slotting in of images etc would be a breeze
On Thu, Jun 23, 2011 at 6:05 PM, Sarah Chard <sarah at streetentertainers.co.uk
> n Thu, 2011-06-23 at 17:41 +0100, Bea Groves wrote:
> Can I say I'm teaching a full-length (i.e. 10 x 2 hours) unaccredited
> course for adults entitled 'Introduction to Linux' for North Tyneside
> Adult Learning Alliance next year. Date and time are still to be
> confirmed. This will be the first time we've ever had a Linux-based ICT
> course in the borough (to my knowledge). It didn't take much to convince
> the powers-that-be to include it in the curriculum; as long as there
> were people who wanted to attend then I easily got the go-ahead. And of
> course, I'm teaching Ubuntu.
> Hi Bea
> I read your intial post about this - it's really good and I hope you have
> lots of uptake .
> ubuntu-uk at lists.ubuntu.com
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