FreeBSD in schools

Nik Clayton nik at freebsd.org
Fri Mar 10 14:14:23 GMT 2000


On Fri, Mar 10, 2000 at 11:03:25AM -0000, Michael Saunby wrote:
> Has anyone on the list had any contact with Open Source for Education?  See 
> www.ose.org.uk

Not yet.

> There's a load of stuff on Linux but nothing on the BSDs yet.  OSE might be 
> significant as their site is linked with BECTa www.becta.org.uk
> An important aspect for schools is where they can get support from and how 
> much it costs.  A national network of volunteers would go a long way to 
> establishing any system as the UK education standard - just a thought.

I've just sent an e-mail to malc at ngfl.gov.uk.

Paging Joe K:  don't Pavilion do a Schools Internet tie up?  You guys 
could probably present a paper or two about that. . .

N
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