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Communication Strategy

  1. EU Commission
    1. Directorate General of Education = http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/education_culture/index_en.htm
    2. Specialized networking and funding initiatives
      1. How to get an olpc cell in every ministry of education in Europe?
      2. http://www.eun.org/ = European Schoolnet is a network of 30 European Ministries of Education, based in Brussels, Belgium. We aim to bring innovation in teaching and learning to our key stakeholders: Ministries of Education, schools and researchers. Mainly to respond to EU Directorate General for Education call's of proposals and tenders. So they are the ones we have to propose the creation of an olpc lab and cell to in their cf. below Future Classroom Lab.

European Schoolnet link olpc

      1. http://fcl.eun.org/ = Future Classroom Lab. The EU Future Classroom Lab is created by European Schoolnet, its supporting 30 ministries and industry partners to help visualise how conventional classrooms and other learning spaces can be easily reorganised to support changing styles of teaching and learning.
      2. The EU Future Classroom Lab link olpc
  1. Europe of the Peoples = http://cor.europa.eu/Pages/welcome.html
  2. EU Parliament
  3. EU Ministries of Education
    1. OLPC Europe/Campaign-2014-02-24
    2. Contacting the EU Ministers of Education/Responsible parties for Education in every EU Member State
    3. Their specialists on ICT in Education
    4. ICT Teacher organizations
  4. Press / Magazines

Intro

  1. If you phone, they tell you you first have to send an email, if you email, they'll tell you they haven't received anything and you should have phoned first.  :) Just don't worry. Phone them first.
  2. A standard email/ a pamphlet is never perfect for everybody: it will always have too much info according to some and to little to others, too many pics, too much text. Just try to find a common passe-partout that will satisfy most and prepare/accept criticism which you refer mostly to the dustbin.

Template emails / ...

Standard contacting letter to be emailed to the EU Ministers of Education/Responsible parties for Education in every EU Member State

EU Parliament / Commission / Expert Panels

  1. sent an email today to doris.pack at europarl.europa.eu, marco.marsella at ec.europa.eu, karpatian at axelero.hu, sabine.verheyen at europarl.europa.eu, maria.badiaicutchet at europarl.europa.eu who all appeared in http://www.euractiv.com/video/open-connected-learning-improve-531365

or http://www.euractiv.com/education/experts-ict-bigger-part-educatio-news-517288 --SvenAERTS 01:48, 2 November 2013 (UTC)

  1. EU Countries Ministries of Education:
    1. OLPC Europe/Campaign-2014-02-24
    2. Contacting the EU Ministers of Education/Responsible parties for Education in every EU Member State
    3. Finland http://www.oph.fi/english/contact_information
      1. Sent them an email today: I'd like to meet.Agenda:Is there room for an open source AND open hardware laptop annex tablet in the EU Educational Landscape?ALL kids in Uruguay,Peru,Rwanda,several Island States and soon Australia have an XO-XS.While some EU kids may have an iPad class, all may be missing the boat?

More: skype Sven AERTS - OLPC Community Brussels --SvenAERTS 23:11, 1 November 2013 (UTC)

Europe's leading newspapers

  1. Euractive: Sent an email today to Pls forward to EurActiv's Henriette Jacobsen: OLPC community Europe --SvenAERTS 23:11, 1 November 2013 (UTC)
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