Posted 02 December 2003 - 09:28 PM
Who actually uses COL?
With so much freely available material why would you use COL?
Long Live the Network of FREER Sites
Posted 03 December 2003 - 12:32 PM
However, the content of the e-mail is quite interesting, especially on what Gidz posted yesterday:
Subject: SCHI: Your Curriculum Online application
Dear Mr Field
RE Your Curriculum Online application
We recently contacted you regarding your application to Curriculum Online explaining how your resources can be added to Curriculum Online through the Teacher Resource Exchange (TRE). This is because Schools or teachers, offering free resources, are not eligible to apply to become Curriculum Online Content Providers.
Your application, with supplier ID SCHI, has been deleted from our Curriculum Online Registration database. However if you do wish to be included on the TRE web site (or have some resources already available on TRE which you want to be considered for Curriculum Online) then please let me know by replying to this e-mail and I will put you in touch with TRE moderator
Please note that if your situation has changed and your products and/or services DO involve a charge to the end-user then you can reapply to become a Curriculum Online Content Provider at http://register.curr...umonline.gov.uk and click on ‘Submit a new application’.
Curriculum Online Support Team
It doesn't really change anything that I've said previously in this thread.
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Posted 04 December 2003 - 09:20 PM
In Holland we got some money from the Grassroots-project.Grassroots
Has your school actually heard of e-learning credits? The Curriculum Online Portal says Education Authorities received the money on 7th November 2002. My school has heard nothing.
€450,-, but still...
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