[Bf-education] RE: Bf-education Digest, Vol 19, Issue 2

pim de groot (mifune) blenderonline at gmail.com
Sun Oct 15 22:20:10 CEST 2006

hello james. you need to ask for editing rights. you can find more info
about it here: http://mediawiki.blender.org/index.php/Meta/New_Writer

pim de groot (mifune)

On 10/15/06, James Eastwell <jameseastwell at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Jason _
> I,ve been receiving emails from you guys for some time now but have up
> until
> now lurked in the background. As an art / IT teacher using blender from
> time
> to time in an amateurish way I'm afraid i haven't got a huge amount to
> contribute at the moment. I am however a huge fan of Blender and believe
> that it has great potential for use in the process of teaching and
> learning.
> As such I recently decided to try and bite the bullet and tried to add
> myself to the mediawiki education member list. However I found it was
> locked
> - or maybe I was just doing something wrong.
> I was wondering if somebody would be so kind as to help me out. I believe
> that one must have a username for such purposes and I propose that I wish
> to
> be known as "Easel".
> I am grateful in advance for any help that may be offered to me and am of
> course naturally in your debt for developing blender for use in schools.
> James Eastwell
> International Secondary School Eindhoven
> Netherlands
> PS
> Should you require it I may be able to offer curriculum advice on ways
> that
> Blender could be used creatively  in both the English and IB MYP
> curriculums
> in a variety of subjects
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