[Klug-general] Fwd: [lugmaster] One computer per two children for your primary school by October.

Dan Attwood danattwood at googlemail.com
Mon Jul 9 14:50:45 BST 2007

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From: Richard Smedley <smedley358 at btinternet.com>
Date: 09-Jul-2007 14:33
Subject: [lugmaster] One computer per two children for your primary school
by October.
To: "A closed discussion list for UK LUGMasters." <
lugmaster at mailman.lug.org.uk>

Please pass on to your LUG :)


- Richard

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One computer per two children for your primary school by October: are
you up for it?

OSA [1] would like to find a UK primary school ready for a serious IT
They will select one school from those that apply, and kit out the entire
school with sustainable computing solutions. Each classroom will have one
computer per two pupils, enabling better collaborative working than one PC
each, yet ensuring full access for all.

Sustainable computing: re-cycled hardware, and Free & Open Source
Software provide low running costs, and a maintainable solution
capable of integrating with existing IT, and growing further when needed.

Could interested schools please contact Richard Smedley at:
PrimarySchools at openschoolsalliance.org
We hope to contact short-listed schools by early next week.

This installation will be completed to tie in with the release in October
of Edubuntu 7.10, an education-focussed release of the GNU/Linux Free
system, and with OSA's October software spectacular day, to be staged in
Liverpool - see the website nearer the time for more details.

[1] OSA = Open Schools Alliance  http://www.openschoolsalliance.org/
The Open Schools Alliance is a campaigning organisation supported by
Free & Open Source businesses, technical experts, educationalists and
concerned citizens.
We are united by the common belief that the UK could enhance education,
save taxpayers' money and strengthen its IT sector by treating Free &
Open Source Software fairly.

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