[Bf-education] Blender user certification
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Wed Dec 4 13:20:33 CET 2013
December 04, 2013
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Blender can be used in many different ways.
I just submitted proposal for an educational music video game 01 to a U.S.
government agency with a mostly a "virtual team" anchored with a
university group of 3 faculty members, including one "game design"
Now he and I need to learn how to use Blender to create
Your proposal for "certificate" is a great idea but I like to see
"certification" tied to specific functions, for example, "Dance Animation".
My guess is most Blender users don't know how to do dance animation, an
important skill to strengthen heritage music and other entertainment type
Dance Animation Using Blender
Can you discuss how to make "Blender Certification" Functional by this
issue as example, "Dance Animation" so that more people are skilled
at such an area that I think will be high demand if more Blender users were
skilled at such a topic ?
Avi TED Profile
On Wed, Dec 4, 2013 at 6:23 AM, Blasgund Brian <
Brian.Blasgund at polytechnic.wa.edu.au> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Octavio that is a great idea I would like it to be an option here in
> Australia would aid well I feel for my students
> Brian Blasgund
> Lecturer IT/Multimedia
> Midland Campus
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> 0438 938 364
> Brian.Blasgund at polytechnic.wa.edu.au<mailto:
> Brian.Blasgund at polytechnic.wa.edu.au>
> From: bf-education-bounces at blender.org [bf-education-bounces at blender.org]
> on behalf of Octavio Mendez [octavio at g-blender.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, December 04, 2013 6:16 PM
> To: Blender Educators and Trainers
> Subject: [Bf-education] Blender user certification
> Hello everyone!
> Time ago we discuss about a blender user certification on this list, and
> sadly we do not reach any result. Since then, has been growing interest in
> the subject by blender students, schools, and training centers.
> I would like to bring back the topic and see if we can work together on
> Ton suggests not to put the efforts on the certification itself, but on
> the creation of standardized tests (like "Basic modeling") and offer this
> to schools and colleges to certify students with.
> He suggest to: "you can name it very smart in a way people perceive it as
> official, but the certificate would still be officiallly issued by the
> school itself. It is what Adobe does for photoshop for example."
> Who are interested? :)
> Octavio A. Méndez Sánchez
> octavio at g-blender.org<mailto:octavio at g-blender.org>
> 044 473 1034906
> [Polytechnic West] <http://polytechnic.wa.edu.au/>
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