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Hi Ramesh Sharma,

Warm welcome to the WikiEducator family of educators and learners! Feel free to alert me for wikimedia learning helps.

Anil Prasad 15:01, 18 March 2009 (UTC)

Anil Prasad (talk)03:01, 19 March 2009

Hello Anil thanks

with regards rcsharma

Rcsharma (talk)03:05, 19 March 2009

Hello Ramesh. Thanks for the note you left on my page. Do you use any elearning platform for the courses you offer? We are using Moodle. All the best for the rest of the workshop.--Dorothy 16:04, 2 September 2009 (UTC)

Dorothy (talk)04:04, 3 September 2009

Dear Dorothy, Greetings! We are also using Moodle here. From October 2009, we are launching 5 online programmes: Online course development, supervisory management, project management, principles of accounting etc. All the best. -- Ramesh Sharma 14:30, 2 September 2009

Rcsharma (talk)06:31, 3 September 2009

 Hi Ramesh!

I'm using now this feature to answer the question you left in my page about the Monte Alban abandonment. Nobody knowns by sure what happened in Mesoamerica at that time, but many cities were abandoned. Some as early as the 6th century BC, others as late as the 9th century BC. All those cities were from the Classic Period. The first ones abandoned were in Central Mexico and the last ones in the Maya Area. Most scholars think that the demise was initiated by an ecological problem: the climate changed, rains failed, maybe because overpopulation; and then popular revolts and mass migrations from North of Mesoamerica finished destroying those proud cities. Something to think and ponder now with planet warming! History is a great teacher but sometimes we don't like the lessons and we close our ears and minds. Have a nice day.  Álvaro --Zapoteco 18:08, 31 July 2010 (UTC)

Zapoteco (talk)06:08, 1 August 2010