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  • If you are an organization and want to participate, create a section for your organization below.
  • If you are a mentor and your organization is listed here, create a mentor profile for yourself in your organization's section.
  • If you are a mentor and your organization is not listed here, place yourself in the freelance mentors section (and/or convince your organization to join!)
  • Check out the projects on the projects page; add your ideas, comment on existing ones, and add your names to the projects you're interested in.


Organization

List main Summer of Content contact for this organization, and how to contact them.

Also put any other information about your organization that potential interns should know when applying.

Mentor name

Write your profile here. Some ideas: contact information, background, links to appropriate pages, kinds of projects you are interested in mentoring, languages you would be comfortable mentoring in.

Developing Curriculum, Inc.

Developing Curriculum, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to encouraging the development of high-quality learning materials.

One Laptop Per Child (OLPC)

Main Summer of Content contact: Mel Chua - contact info on userpage

More about us at http://www.laptop.org.

Mel Chua

Interested in developing a frontpage and supporting materials for volunteer coordination and community-building, running a local Curriculum Jam or overall OLPC Jams development, development of non-conventional textbooks, webcomics. Bio and contact information on user page.

Lauren Klein

Contact info on user page - Developing activities, lesson plans, and curricula emphasizing OLPC design features and learning principles.

SJ Klein

Contact info here. Localization, learning games, and distributed/synchronized wiki projects.

Commonwealth of Learning (CoL)

Wayne Mackintosh is the main SoCon contact for COL. SJ Klein or Patricia Schlicht can be contacted when Wayne is travelling or difficult to reach.

The Commonwealth of Learning (CoL) is an intergovernmental organisation created by Commonwealth Heads of Government to encourage the development and sharing of open learning/distance education knowledge, resources and technologies. COL is helping developing nations improve access to quality education and training. In particular, they are the group behind Wikieducator.

COL will sponsor stipends for five successful project submissions for SoCon 2007. Applicants must be Commonwealth citizens or residents. You can work remotely (actually, we'd prefer to have people outside Vancouver join us) or in the Vancouver office if you live in the area, subject to available physical space at our offices.

Wayne Mackintosh

Wayne Mackintosh - eLearning and ICT Policy - A free education curriculum by 2015

Joshua Mallet

  • Joshua Mallet - Learning and Livelihoods and Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET)

Patricia Schlicht

Freelance mentors

Mentor name

Write your profile here. Some ideas: contact information, background, links to appropriate pages, kinds of projects you are interested in mentoring, languages you would be comfortable mentoring in.

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