Art Alexion on 13 Jun 2010 08:05:14 -0700

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[PLUG] Fwd: [education-wg] Learning in the Gnu/Linux community

Thought I'd pass this survey along.  The goals of the Education Working Group 
involve the use of FOSS IN education and AS education.

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Subject: [education-wg] Learning in the Gnu/Linux community
Date: Sunday 13 June 2010, 10:44:04
From: Don Davis <>


I'm conducting some survey research in regards to learning in the 
Gnu/Linux community. (The primary focus is 'legitimate peripheral 
participation', apprenticeship, the 'Nordic model', and similar trends.)

I would be grateful if you could pass it on to the appropriate people.

Thank you,

D Davis

Dear users of Gnu/Linux,

Do you use Gnu/Linux? Do you consider yourself part of a larger 
Gnu/Linux free and open source software community? Whether you've just 
starting clicking around in Ubuntu or you've been tweaking your kernel 
for years, we are interested in learning about if, and how, you've 
learned (and possibly taught) as part of the Gnu/Linux community.

As part of our graduate studies, we, Don Davis and Iffat Jabeen, are 
compiling a survey of Gnu/Linux users and their possible learning 
experiences within the context of the Gnu/Linux FOSS community. The 
results of the study will be presented to other Education Technologists 
and may further the education world's  understanding of the Gnu/Linux 

Please share your experiences via the following link:

Your assistance in distributing the survey link to LUGs and  Gnu/Linux 
oriented forums is greatly appreciated.

Thank you for your time,

Don Davis and Iffat Jabeen

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