[Bf-education] Re: [Bf-webcontent] Re: blender tutorials
ton at blender.org
Fri Mar 11 13:33:12 CET 2005
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We hope to achieve an active cooperation on creation - and/or exchange
- of educational material. The Blender Foundation also looks at
- publishing a course book for Blender, targeted at teachers to use in
- setting up a support program for trainers, with courses, educational
material, certification, etc
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On 11 Mar, 2005, at 7:50, Bart Veldhuizen wrote:
> Hi Jim,
> if you are referring to tutorials that are hosted on blender3d.org
> then you are welcome to copy them. For other tutorials (like the ones
> we link to from our tutorial directory) it is not up to us to say. The
> thing to do is to contact each author individually.
> By the way, we have a group that focuses especially on education.
> Maybe it would be interesting for you to get in touch with them. I've
> copied Ton Roosendaal into this email for that reason; he can help you
> contact them.
> Op 10-mrt-05 om 22:10 heeft Compman het volgende geschreven:
>> I don't think we can give you authorization to do that. However, I
>> will cc this email to the mailing list of web developers. Someone
>> there will probably be able to give you a definate answer.
>> Jim Hoffman wrote:
>>> We have just introduced animation 3d at our high school. After alot
>>> of searching and pleading we have settled on blender as our software
>>> of choice. I created a web page that handles all the materials that
>>> we require in Animation 20 and i would like to do the same in
>>> Animation 30.
>>> Animation 20 was built from the ground up and I spent alot of my
>>> teaching time developing the tutorials that are used by my students.
>>> I was able to use materials that one of the Flash authors had
>>> developed and he gave me permission to adapt it to my program.
>>> I do not want to re-invent the wheel and what I would like to do is
>>> place a copy of each of the tutorials that we use on my web site -
>>> giving all and appropriate recognition to the author.
>>> I want to do this because I am always afraid that at some time some
>>> of this valuable information will one day disappear.
>>> Can I have permission to do this?
>>> We are the only high school in Saskatoon, Sask. that has this
>>> program. We have alot of student interest and I really want this
>>> program to grow.
>>> I am on the same learning curve as my students. I have taught math
>>> for 30 years and I have such a strong belied in our animation
>>> programs that i have spent the last two years focusing all my
>>> professional development in that area.
>>> You can visit my website at http://schools.spsd.sk.ca/mount/hoffman
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