Hi, I saw your post on WikiEducator_talk:Community_Portal. Welcome to our community. Its great that a relationship with wikiversity is developing! Please keep in mind that many in our community are not very wiki literate (including Myself). On the upside, we have engaged participants from several small countries. BTW the stuff you are involved in relating to Web-casting seems very interesting to me ... keep it up ... even if a substantial part of our community has severe bandwidth limitations the community approach should help in alleviating part of the problem.
See you around.
--Phsi 09:32, 16 April 2007 (CEST)
Thanks for popping in to WikiEducator
Thanks for your query. COL has an active program in the Agriculture sector and I'd like to introduce you to my colleague Krishna Alluri. We have an extensive network in the developing world working in the Agriculture sector and we are also exploring ways how wiki technology and free content can support the sector.
We're planning a capacity building workshop in Nairobi, Kenya where a group of Agriculture experts will receive training in wiki editing skills and hopefully we will figure out ways in how these technologies can serve the sector.
Keep in touch. --Mackiwg 07:11, 17 April 2007 (CEST)
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