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Re: [Masterlibre-list] Erasmus Mundus

From: Janis Gailis
Subject: Re: [Masterlibre-list] Erasmus Mundus
Date: Fri, 10 Dec 2004 12:19:51 +0100

Hi Martin,

As far as I know, it was the main idea at the beginning! This dimension
is totally missing in the courses and study programs I know about. I
hope (keeping in mind all byreaucracy problems related to the
accreditation of study programs) that there will be some open source
experts that should be interested (and patient enough) to be involved in
student projects. At Agder University College (Norway) we are working in
several models to establish some longitudinal projects, where students
could be more deeply involved together with open source experts. Actual
themes are different aspects of eCulture (openCulture, cultural
heritage), open source software and e-Government etc. So, if you have
any expert in mind, please let me know!

Janis Gailis
Assistand Professor 
Agder University College

On Fri, 2004-12-10 at 11:43, Martin Michlmayr wrote:
> * David Megías <address@hidden> [2004-11-29 17:52]:
> > European Master Programme in free software. We're looking for
> > partners who are interested in implementing the Master Programme by
> > 2006 and I'd like to invite you to a meeting in Barcelona next
> I wanted to ask if there is any intention to involve open source
> developers in this at all.  I think they could add a lot, both in the
> creation of the curriculum as well as the teaching itself.  I think
> the Master's program would benefit a lot if open source experts were
> invited to share their experience with students.

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