THANK U FOR EMAILS.
BUT I AM STILL TO GET ANY CONCRETE HELP. ALL FACETALK AND NO REAL HELP.NO
PROPER GUIDANCE EITHER.
I APPRECIATE GENUINE HELP AND GUIDANCE.
> Date: Fri, 2 Sep 2011 16:47:47 +0530
> From: devw...@thetimesofeducation.com
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: [Wikimediaindia-l] Subject-based books of Wikipedia content
> Hello sir,
> I am glad you took such a step. I am a student of the Indian Institute of
> Science Education and Research (IISER)- mohali. Presently I am in first year.
> I have been doing some work in the field of education for past 3 years but I
> was really active only in the past year. I would like to help you in chalking
> out a syllabus suitable for many state boards and the central boards. This
> attempt might work very well in english itself though publication in hindi
> would not be a bad idea either. However I doubt if some agency would be
> supporting this initiative. I can try to talk to some officials nearby but
> the problem is that I do not have proper credentials to represent any body.
> However, I will try to do whatever I can. Let me know, if I can be of some
> --- On Wed, 31/8/11, Martin A. Walker <walke...@potsdam.edu> wrote:
> > From: Martin A. Walker <walke...@potsdam.edu>
> > Subject: [Wikimediaindia-l] Subject-based books of Wikipedia content
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Date: Wednesday, 31 August, 2011, 11:09 AM
> > I'm User:Walkerma from the English
> > Wikipedia. I've been working for some
> > time on producing offline collections of Wikipedia content
> > from the
> > English
> > Wikipedia. We're currently looking at the possibility
> > of subject-based
> > books (e.g., on topics such as mammals or chemistry) for
> > schools, using an
> > affordable local printer.
> > Working with PediaPress I put together a "taster" example
> > on chemistry,
> > which is available here:
> > http://pediapress.com/files/schoolbooks/chemistry.pdf
> > though I'd like to expand it. This one is aligned to
> > the English schools
> > GCSE, but others could be designed around the curricula of
> > different
> > countries or provinces. I would see this just as a
> > start - we would want
> > to cover other subjects, other countries and other
> > languages if it was
> > successful.
> > My questions:
> > *Would anyone here be interested in working with me on
> > developing this
> > further?
> > *Would English language books be useful in schools, or
> > could we only use
> > ones in Hindi, etc?
> > *If these books are useful, does anyone here have contacts
> > with a
> > provincial or local ministry/board of education that might
> > support an
> > initiative like this?
> > Thanks for your time,
> > Martin
> > Martin A. Walker
> > Department of Chemistry
> > SUNY College at Potsdam
> > Potsdam, NY 13676 USA
> > +1 (315) 267-2271
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