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The Ubuntu Learning group is an umbrella for a number of projects which focus on different things: The Ubuntu Learning group is an umbrella for a number of educational projects.
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== Contact Us ==
[[https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-learning | {{https://launchpad.net/@@/launchpad-logo-and-name.png}}]]

{*} IRC: #ubuntu-learning @ irc.freenode.net

{*} [[https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-learning| Mailing List]]
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== Educational Authorities == Interested in teaching a class for your LoCoTeam or at a local school? Want to hosting a class in IRC? Whether you want to use coursework developed by the [[Learning/Materials|Learning Materials Team]], or draw from the resources from Ubuntu Educators like [[http://www.moodle.org|Moodle]] the Community Teaching team will help you plan your event and put you in touch with the appropriate teams and materials to make this happen!

 * IRC Classes: [[Classroom|Ubuntu Classroom]]

== Ubuntu Educators ==
A team for educators and educational support staff that want to produce learning materials that will assist educational institutions to adopt Ubuntu and FOSS applications as part of their technology plan. Our current plan will utilize a Moodle server to develop and publish courses. These courses will mostly be asynchronous, but can be used in a synchronous format as well.

 * [[https://launchpad.net/~ubuntueducators|Launchpad team]]
## * [[http://ubuntuedu.ning.com|Ning Community]]
## * [[http://learn.ufbt.net| Moodle Server]] for course development
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If you are interested in writing courser material, check out the Ubuntu Learning Materials project: If you are interested in writing course material, check out the Ubuntu Learning Materials project:
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 * Wiki: [[Learning/Materials]]

These materials will be focused on synchronous in-person learning environments.

== Affiliates & Key People ==

General Learning/Education projects the Learning team is currently working with:
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||<bgcolor="#f1f1dd">[[BeginnersTeam]]||<bgcolor="#f1f1dd">[[Beginners Team Education Focus Group]]||
||<bgcolor="#f1f1dd">[[Classroom]] ||<bgcolor="#f1f1dd"> [[lyz|Elizabeth Krumbach]]||
||<bgcolor="#f1f1dd">[[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MOTU |MOTU]] ||<bgcolor="#f1f1dd">[[nhandler|Nathan Handler]]||
||<bgcolor="#f1f1dd">[[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BugSquad |Bug Squad]] ||<bgcolor="#f1f1dd">[[PedroVillavicencio]]||
||<bgcolor="#f1f1dd">[[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DocumentationTeam |Doc Team]] ||<bgcolor="#f1f1dd">[[DougieRichardson]]||
||<bgcolor="#f1f1dd">[[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Training/ |Desktop Training]]||<bgcolor="#f1f1dd">[[BelindaLopez]]||
||<bgcolor="#f1f1dd">[[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LoCoTeams |LoCo Teams]] ||<bgcolor="#f1f1dd">[[AlanPope]]||
||<bgcolor="#f1f1dd">[[http://edubuntu.org/|Edubuntu]]||<bgcolor="#f1f1dd"> [[JordanMantha]]||
||<bgcolor="#f1f1dd">[[http://wiki.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-manual|The Ubuntu Manual Project]]||<bgcolor="#f1f1dd">[[humphreybc|Benjamin Humphrey]]||
||<bgcolor="#f1f1dd">[[http://ubuntuedu.ning.com/|Ubuntu Educators]] ||<bgcolor="#f1f1dd">[[Cprofitt| Charles Profitt]]||
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Want to affiliate your team with us for course development? Drop a note to [[https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-learning|our Mailing List]] or let us know on IRC (#ubuntu-learning on irc.freenode.net).

The Ubuntu Learning group is an umbrella for a number of educational projects.

Contact Us

https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-learning

Ubuntu IRC: #ubuntu-learning @ irc.freenode.net

Ubuntu Mailing List

Community Teaching

Interested in teaching a class for your LoCoTeam or at a local school? Want to hosting a class in IRC? Whether you want to use coursework developed by the Learning Materials Team, or draw from the resources from Ubuntu Educators like Moodle the Community Teaching team will help you plan your event and put you in touch with the appropriate teams and materials to make this happen!

Ubuntu Educators

A team for educators and educational support staff that want to produce learning materials that will assist educational institutions to adopt Ubuntu and FOSS applications as part of their technology plan. Our current plan will utilize a Moodle server to develop and publish courses. These courses will mostly be asynchronous, but can be used in a synchronous format as well.

Course Material Writing

If you are interested in writing course material, check out the Ubuntu Learning Materials project:

Learning/Materials

These materials will be focused on synchronous in-person learning environments.

Affiliates & Key People

General Learning/Education projects the Learning team is currently working with:

BR Want to affiliate your team with us for course development? Drop a note to our Mailing List or let us know on IRC (#ubuntu-learning on irc.freenode.net).

Learning (last edited 2012-12-16 16:16:00 by lyz)