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|Thanks||1||10:41, 18 July 2010|
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|Thank you||1||21:12, 4 May 2009|
|Hi! thanks||1||00:01, 9 January 2009|
|Video type||1||05:35, 22 December 2008|
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|Facilitator||1||00:43, 19 November 2008|
|Usability Working Group||0||19:38, 18 November 2008|
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The learning Contract Text was not available in my user page.I tried to copy it from the Learning for content Boiler plate.Earlier the content was possible to copy, the table was not comong.On trying further I am getting only the heading.Kindly give me directions to copy the format.
--Scariatc 19:51, 18 February 2011 (UTC)
Thank you for visiting and editing my page (http://wikieducator.org/index.php?title=User:Teromakotero/Autism/Theory_of_Mind&diff=0&oldid=647448)! All corrections are welcome! I have problems with my English and all help is really important. Best wishes! --Teromakotero 15:02, 7 January 2011 (UTC)
Thanks for visiting my page and leaving an encouraging note. Your page is an encyclopaedia in itself.Much to learn from your page. Will take time to delve and discover.Cheers.... Cynthia D'Costa, Lecturer in Education--Agnes 08:49, 6 July 2010 (UTC)
I am wondering why I'm not receiving email notifications when changes to my talk pages occur. I have selected the following under my preferences:
E-mail me when my user talk page is changed
For example, when I posted this message, did you (or are you able to) receive an email notifying you that someone (--Benjamin Stewart 15:17, 27 June 2010 (UTC)) added a comment to your talk page?
I've just joined wiki educator and I am with Victor Mensah. I hear you are my neighbor but I am also interested in Organizational management.
--Jeffbanda 12:28, 17 December 2009 (UTC)
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I noticed you created a page for a project on climate change back in August which has developed into a resource for a specific group. I'm interested in these issues but felt the need for something more general that would help me explore the issues around climate change. So I've started a new project called Global warming and I'm looking for collaborators. Mystictim 18:39, 27 November 2009 (UTC)
- Hi there - cool - give me a shout - let's chat! Randy Fisher 02:44, 5 December 2009 (UTC)
Last edit: 13:16, 23 September 2009
hi Randy!!!!!!! congrats buddy!!!!!! i completely agree with Phil, your page and you have always inspired me to work hard on my page!--Yanubha 13:16, 23 September 2009 (UTC) Well done, Randy. You sure deserve the recognition. You have contributed so much to WikiEd and it is much more than your user page (which is great, by the way). --Phil Bartle 09:52, 3 September 2009 (UTC)
I second the congratulations to you -- much deserved. Your dedication is an inspiration to many! I love your posts to the list. And your user page is a wealth of information.
Your WikiNeighbor, Alison
I am honored that you visited my page... it's kinda like having Paul McCartney come to watch you perform at the school talent show or something. I hope my list has value-added... I think it does because every time I find an "extensive" list of free online econ content I find that 95% of is not suitable to base an actual course around. Once I integrate several more lists on it I will try to start publicizing it to econ instructors.
I am finding this to be a great experience ... the world thanks you for all that you have done.
If you have the time I do have a couple of questions...
1. There are obviously network externalities at work with these sights... the more people use them the more valuable they get. So I am wondering what, if any, are the "competing" sights that educators may be visting to connect with each other?
2. How does WE support itself? Is there any chance funding could be cut in the future?
Thanks again. Cheers, --Brian Evans 10:03, 3 May 2009 (UTC)
- Hi Brian,
Ahh, the Paul McCartney reference - sounds great, and I'll hang onto it for awhile! <smile>
Right now, most of the materials are snippets - you're right....but we are moving into the next phase of our strategy....As of May 1, the project has moved to an International Centre for Open Education / OER Foundation based in New Zealand. It is still affiliated with the Commonwealth of Learning. We are moving to a membership model, where we will be seeking to engage with educational institutions (i.e., tertiary education - universities and colleges) to start to have their curriculum development, at least in part, done on the wiki. A cluster of 5 people can generate a minimum return of 30% cost-savings, or reduction in time-to-market. Moreover, there will be considerable networking and joint proposal development opportunities between the partners who share like values, etc.
Regarding your questions, I'm not sure that I understand Q1., so, if you could rephrase, that would be very helpful.
Regarding Q2, at this point, WE has 'supported itself' primarily through the Commonwealth of Learning, in terms of infrastructure support and a full-time project leader. In future, as the OER Foundation gets up and running, there is likely to be 3-5 core staff, with a fairly small annual budget. The organization will be primarily virtual and highly-leveraged, working with WikiEducators around the globe on a project basis. The educational members I spoke above, will provide membership fees to support the core operations, and other projects will be funded through proposal development. If you are interested in a particular project - your own, your groups, or something else, please do let us know, and we'll be happy to provide direction and support for you to obtain financial resources for it. So, the WikiEd project will not fail for budgetary reasons, because right now it is running nicely on a very very small level of funding....Community engagement and ownership is key, and we invite you to become more involved, and invite your friends... <smile> -- Randy Fisher 21:12, 4 May 2009 (UTC)
Thanks for editing my page..Just learnt how to read the revision history page. Happy New year. :-))
hello Randy , i hoped to be helped this week as said but am no getting the help its midweek. well my video is in power dvd and when i tried to add it to the wikivideo editing it cannot be be seen . i tried to convert to Windows player which is seen but it was missig some clips so am deciding to leave it in power DVD so how can it be recognized and uploaded on the kultra wikivideo. thanks
Hi Randy, I want to upload a play I wrote for Chanukah, geared towards elementary school students.
Where do I upload it to? Thanks, Atbannett 21:57, 11 December 2008 (UTC)
I want to organise face to face workshop.I think I need wikiartisan certification except lot of other requirements and preparations.I see no strict guidelines for certifications.Please guide me.--Hemrom 17:45, 30 October 2008 (UTC)
Hi Randy, I spoke to Murani the other day and he mentioned that he had given up the Learning4Content course he was on, because he got far too many e-mails, which seemed of little relevance to him. I hope that the Usability Working Group page will provide a useful resource for discussing these issues, and would welcome your comments there.Leutha 19:38, 18 November 2008 (UTC)
I wish to help in Converting chemistry labs (from retired BC Science Educator Jim Hebden) from MS Word to Open Office or Wiki format.Please guide me If you wish.
--Hemrom 05:58, 1 October 2008 (UTC)