Classroom

Introduction

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Ubuntu-tn Classroom is part of the Ubuntu Community Learning Project.

The main mission of Ubuntu-tn team is to spread Ubuntu use in Tunisia. The idea of The Classroom is to host regular tutorial sessions on the Freenode IRC server in the #ubuntu-tn-classroom channel. To achieve this mission, the Ubuntu LoCo team-tn tends to organize regular Classroom sessions. . These sessions be instructed by members and teams within Ubuntu-tn community.

Why Ubuntu-tn Classroom? Several teams within Ubuntu offer IRC sessions. Classroom seeks to be a centralized location for these sessions to be held and resources documented. Ubuntu-tn Classroom will hosts classes for the following:

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    Info <!> Note : Is your team hosting classes but not involved with Classroom? Feel free to join the Ubuntu-classroom Mailing List and get involved!

Schedule

Upcoming:

Date

Time

Class Topic

Instructor(s)

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Past

Date

Time

Class Topic

Instructor(s)

8 Mai 2009

22:00 UTC

The use of Bazaar

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IRC Channel

The Ubuntu-tn community is currently utilizing the Freenode servers for IRC. If you are going to join a session, the channel to use is #ubuntu-tn-classroom. If it is your first time using IRC, we ask that you simply review the IRC Guidelines. You may also be interested in this list of IRC HOWTO Pages. To connect to the IRC server, use the following information:

  • Server: irc.ubuntu.com

  • Port: 8001

Once connected to the server type /j #ubuntu-tn-classroom to join the classroom channel. #ubuntu-tn-classroom isn't the main support channels, so you can't expect to join it searching for answers, as most of the time it is a ghost towns. We recommend you continue using #ubuntu-tn, #ubuntu, #kubuntu, #edubuntu,or #xubuntu.

Information

The classes will start promptly at the designated times. The classroom will be open briefly in order to provide the members and students the opportunity for brief introductions and instructions. Once the class begins, the channel may become moderated (+m), meaning only instructors and administrators will have speaking privileges. This will insure there are no interruptions, making the class enjoyable for everyone attending. If you have a question, there will be a moderator that will take your questions via a message. You can message the moderator by typing /msg nickname question. Further instructions will be given at the beginning of each class.

See the Ubuntu Classroom Guidelines for more details.

Volunteer

The Classroom project is always looking for volunteers. We need help in the following areas:

  • Instruction: Develop courses from own resources
  • Instruction: Make use of Ubuntu-Training materials
  • Course Organization: Recruit Instructors
  • Course Organization: Recruit Teams for regular sessions
  • Course Organization: Schedule classes
  • Course Organization: Send reminders to Instructors
  • Course Organization/Marketing: Maintain wiki page
  • Marketing: Keep blogs, UWN & Fridge informed

Check out our Volunteer page to add yourself to one of these tasks, or drop a note to the Ubuntu-classroom Mailing List with your interest.

Contact

If you are interested in becoming a member or instructor or interested in seeing a specific class, have remarks on a past class, issues with what was taught, please post to the Ubuntu-classroom Mailing List and the Tuinsian mailing list too or check out the Ubuntu Classroom Management page for people to contact directly.


Credits :
Rached ALEYA & Ubuntu-tn editorial Team & ubuntu-tn LoCo Team

TunisianTeam/En/Classroom (last edited 2009-05-10 19:06:58 by rached.alaya)