# User talk:AFriedman

## Contents

Comments n suggestions103:05, 24 February 2009
Thanks105:03, 10 February 2009
Warm greetings from Mexico1208:14, 4 February 2009
Greetings!108:09, 27 January 2009

Hi AFriedman

I am Dr Poonam Sharma and I sincerely wish to get your valuable comments on my page. I look forward to your suggestions! Regards

23:02, 23 February 2009

I think you have one of the nicest pages I've seen on any wiki. It has great information and I really like your use of colors, graphics and general aesthetic sense. I am nominating you for the Featured User Page award and good luck!

If I have any suggestion for you, it would be to put what you would like to get out of WikiEducator and what you would like to contribute at the very top of the page, before the Table of Contents. Other WE users, including me, would be interested in this. I would also be delighted to discuss this with you, especially since I think we have related interests (bioinformatics and evolutionary genetics). Nice to see another zoologist on WE. Perhaps we can collaborate on a learning resource. --AFriedman 14:05, 23 February 2009 (UTC)

AFriedman (talk)03:05, 24 February 2009

## Thanks

Hellos, I just saw your edits on the MyHomeYourHome project, they're much appreciated and I just wanted to say thanks.

Thanks, Scott

21:09, 9 February 2009

Thanks for your note. It sounds like a fascinating project--personally, I'm very interested in environmental issues, and I do have some knowledge of ecology (but not of engineering)--and please keep me posted. --AFriedman 16:02, 9 February 2009 (UTC)

AFriedman (talk)05:02, 10 February 2009

## Warm greetings from Mexico

 Welcome to WikiEducator! Greetings Ann I'm your WikiNeighbour. Welcome to our dynamic community of 80,738 WikiEducators. I see you are starting the EL4C19 Workshop. You will be working along with two amazing facilitators, Patricia and Nellie. Enjoy the journey and work at your pace. I'm certain you will become a great WikiEducator. Congratulations. Anything I can do for you, please let me know --chela5808 17:15, 26 January 2009 (UTC))
06:15, 27 January 2009

Hi,

Thanks for your warm welcome. I think we may have some interests in common--I'm also interested in nature and conservation. Math is very important to biologists and I'm working on, among other things, the Discrete Mathematics course sequence over at Wikiversity. Anyways, I'm very excited about participating in the workshop and joining the WikiEducator community.

Best, AFriedman

AFriedman (talk)08:04, 27 January 2009

Hi Ann,

Yes, you're right, maths is very important to biologist, even more, maths is embeded in nature, tha's the wonder.

I visited your site at Wikiversity. I'm impressed. You have a solid background :)

Maybe soon we can participate in a common project in WE. It would be great.

Cheers, Gladys G. --chela5808 15:37, 27 January 2009 (UTC)

04:37, 28 January 2009

I think that would be awesome! I'm supposed to create a WE learning resource for EL4C19, and it's always gratifying to do this with other people. What are your thoughts about joining in?

I'm still somewhat flexible about what type of resource I'll create, but some possibilities are Boolean logic or marine biology...? --AFriedman 16:39, 27 January 2009 (UTC)

AFriedman (talk)05:39, 28 January 2009

I am working in some math projects. Please see WE Projects I am currently working on.

You can decide between joining any WE already developing project, or starting a new one. In my case I would love to work on a lesson of Boolean logic and its application in search engines (e.g. Google). This would be a very helpful resource for those WikiEducators novice in data searching through computers and Internet.

What do you think?

09:47, 28 January 2009

Sounds good. I don't think I know about how Boolean logic is applied to search engines, but it seems like an interesting and useful topic. I'm already working on some Wikiversity learning resources about introducing people to the concepts of Boolean logic, in the Wikiversity courses Introductory Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science and Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science.

The Internet doesn't seem to have very much in the way of organized courses where individuals can really practice their math problem solving skills. To me this seems like an important thing to add to any wiki. The instructors and instruction for the WE course I'm in seem quite impressive. Working on the Wikiversity pages, I've been practicing some advanced formatting but I still have things to learn in that area (just to let you know). Just curious, are you on any other wikis? --AFriedman 14:30, 28 January 2009 (UTC)

AFriedman (talk)03:30, 29 January 2009

## Greetings!

Hi Friedman,

Welcome to the WikiEducator family of educators. Wish you a New Year full of happiness, friendship, learning and teaching.

Warm regards
Anil Prasad 01:36, 23 January 2009 (UTC)

14:36, 23 January 2009

Hi Anil,

Thanks for your warm welcome. I'm very excited about becoming involved in the community. I've enrolled in the course about how to use the wiki markup language and I look forward to working through the materials.

Best,
AFriedman 19:09, 26 January 2009 (UTC)

AFriedman (talk)08:09, 27 January 2009