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Thanks for that. I shall certainly give careful thought to continuing the tutorials here. Re IT4ALL, the timing couldn't be worse: my husband has instituted a moratorium on further volunteer work until my business is off the ground, my book is finished, and we're certain we will have a roof over our heads and can eat. Not to mention that I have a publishing deadline looming on a community book I'm writing for, and I am taking an fine art and antiques valuation course - which reminds me - I think I'm behind on a module. Sigh. But with any luck I can keep in touch through Daniel and Supten and I'll be back.

You made a comment at the wiki talk page. I tried to note your suggestion, but the formatting got messed up and I couldn't fix it. Can you take a look? [[1]]


Tallong 22:25, 16 August 2010 (UTC)

Tallong (talk)11:25, 17 August 2010

Re IT4ALL: courses are like buses: another one coming soon. Seriously, the IT4ALL Moodle for Teachers course is offered 3 times a year in monthly rotations beginning (how nice!) with beginner, then intermediate, then advanced. Each level is a month-long course (about 10 hours per week), so people can take a breather for 3 months and join in on the next cycle.

I have had more participation during this last year than some, because I have had a very light teaching load. I will probably be too busy in the coming year to be as involved in the courses, but I still value the people and the approach used in the courses.

As far as the wiki formatting is concerned, things seem to have got fixed; not sure what the problem was. Does it still look pear-shaped on your end?--Jrradney 23:22, 17 August 2010 (UTC)

Jrradney (talk)12:22, 18 August 2010