[Bf-education] Blender academy

leung, ann [SD] ann.leung at polyu.edu.hk
Wed Apr 23 17:50:00 CEST 2014

Hello Lula and all,

Am working towards an OER (Open Educational Resources) platform in Hong Kong and a proper website should launch right after our first ever Open Design workshop held in coming July at our university. We welcome everybody around the world to make use of this “Blender to 3DP workshop” (this workshop would invite about 12 teachers/instructors/TAs in town to use blender creating a polygonal character model and get it print out with our university’s 3D printer) workshop notes, photos, even our Blender files to continue teaching Blender and/or any other FOSS for Open Design workshops/projects.

We welcome any Blender instructors/designers to contribute contents to this OER in whatever format and hopefully we could collaborate … am thinking of perhaps we could publish your articles and even translate them in Chinese for you too if you don’t mind sharing it through our platform?!

In Hong Kong, most tertiary institutes use English while we also accommodate secondary schools so we shall provide materials in both English and Chinese.

Pls. share your thoughts

ann/y leung (a lecturer in Hong Kong Polytechnic University, School of Design)

From: bf-education-bounces at blender.org [mailto:bf-education-bounces at blender.org] On Behalf Of Riccardo
Sent: Wednesday, April 23, 2014 7:58 PM
To: Blender Educators and Trainers
Subject: Re: [Bf-education] Blender academy

I was wondering if some group of trainers, educators,etc., would like to create a short series of lessons on the usage of blender basic functions.
I've seen sprouting, all over the web, sites about online lectures. I think, as I'm now a graduate students, that web contents could be the best chances to be interesting and effective on other students, educators, or non professional targets in general.

Riccardo Buscicchio

2014-04-23 13:30 GMT+02:00 Luiz Antonio <lulaborges at hotmail.com.br<mailto:lulaborges at hotmail.com.br>>:
My idea is about Blender to be more knowing in academy around the world, nothing in technology, but also education, that many theory in education been made, but less Activity.
creating a web of articles in many languages, coautoring the creator of article and him translater in various language.

Example: I made an article about my xperiences with blender in high school, in Natal/Brazil.
Marcelo, that know more english, spanish, french, whatever, and portuguese, translate the article in any language, being him a co-author and as me, try to publish in any country, that him live.

as robert can make an article about blender, BGE, render, etc etc, and education, technology, i ranslate to portuguese, being me an co-author, as another us translate to another language, him being co-author in especific academic journal.

maybe I am asking nosense, but can be a good way to do blender more expansive in education and technology, especialy to the future of education in the world.

hugs, sorry any mistake,
Lula Borges

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