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Mon May 1 19:46:28 CEST 2006
Indeed, this is a nice approach, given that we have two to three
versions a year, the manual must be up to date. And this can help
Going to note this down on my notebook for future reference.
On the sections the book should contain, there is already some reference
to this topic on the mailing-list, we would like to see some books and
not just one big book on the subject. Yet, the doc-board is in charge of
that, we are just defining the purpose on a teachers book right now.
More focused on helping teachers.
-- Rui --
On Sat, 2006-04-29 at 15:29 +0200, Jef Jansen wrote:
> posted it first on docboard, this is the right place I guess
> i'm Jef and working on some dutch papers for blender lessons , A few
> ideas here concerning books for edu.
> A system of ring cover with detachable pages, replaceable pages
> should do the job. Due to the fast development of blender this could
> be a solution to stay up to date.
> Then divide the informations in 2 volumes. One textbook containing
> the text" and a few graphics, a second with color pages containing
> the graphics. When choosing well-considered the graphics makes that
> the color pages can be used longer and in different sections of the
> textbook and so controlling the costs.
> The text book containing 2 sections.
> The first with a theoretical approach (global terms CG , 2D, 3D) and
> a second part with practical exercises
> Just an idea
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