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Today is : 29, September 2022

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Reaching Our Targets (Learning4Content Workshops (L4C) in the Commonwealth)

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L4C Vital Statistics- 30 June 2010
No. of online workshops 55 (as of Jan 2014)
No. of face-to-face workshops 62
Participants registered 4,253
Female 50%
Featured L4C Graduate
WikiEducator is just what I needed, and I joined up, assigning all my copyrighted material under a CC-BY-SA license
Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you, too, can become great. -- Mark Twain

My name is Phil Bartle and I live in Victoria, British Columbia, in Western Canada.

I spent most of my adult life in Africa and Asia as an aid worker. Randy and Wayne came along and introduced me to WikiEducator and its principles and aims. It is just what I needed, and I joined up, assigning all my copyrighted material under a CC-BY-SA license so that others could use it and run with it. With a few of my volunteers, I am preparing material in four languages, English, Portuguese, French and Spanish (the most common in developing countries). This is the answer. Read more ...

A reason to celebrate, but we also need your help

The Learning4Content (L4C) project has trained 1740 educators since we started in January this year! Learning4Content is likely the world's largest attempt to develop wiki skills for education.

We've completed 28 workshops (28 face-to-face workshops and 19 Online). We've presented L4C workshops in Ghana, India, Kenya, Nauru, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Sri Lanka, The Solomon Islands, Tonga and Zambia among others. Our online workshops have attracted participants from 80 different countries! Our personal thanks goes to all our facilitators and the community members who are helping WIkiEducator achieve its objectives.

We aim to train 2500 educators by 31 December 2008 and have achieved 42% of our target with 3.5 months to go. Our average of 88 educators per month for the first six months has increased to 212 educators per month for the period 1 July to 12 September 2008.

We need your help to improve this average and achieve our target of 2500 educators by the end of the year. You can help by:

1) Sending an email to your colleagues and friends inviting them to register for one of the remaining international online workshops:

2) Using your social software networks to tell the world about L4C -- eg blog about the L4C project.

2) Scheduling and facilitating your own online L4C workshop by recruiting a minimum of 15 participants from your own networks.

3) Asking your employer/institution to host a face-to-face workshop and recruiting 15 colleagues to join the WikiEducator family.

Remember to register your expression of interest on the L4C bounty page:

L4C is generously supported with funding from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. Let's show our funder that WikiEducator will achieve its objectives.

Number of Participants by country/gender for Learning4Content Initiative only

Overall Participation by country/gender of WikiEducator Workshops held since inception