[Health] [Sugar-devel] Anatomy Educational Activity

Caroline Meeks solutiongrove at gmail.com
Sun Jan 11 10:30:22 EST 2009

For content you might try searching the NSDL (National Science Digital
Library) and PBS Teachers Domain.  Anyone else have suggestions on where to
find open content on anatomy?

If you find good stuff lets think together about the best way to adapt them
to Sugar and your location. It will be an excellent case study.


On Sun, Jan 11, 2009 at 6:09 AM, Arjun Sarwal <arjun at laptop.org> wrote:

> Hi Arjun!
> I do remember you.How are you ?
> I don't know if there are any ongoing efforts on an Activity around human
> Anatomy, but you could start by making a wiki page in which you could
> generally outline your initial thoughts and ideas on the Activity - how it
> would like like, what content areas you hope to cover etc.
> There is also an SugarLabs (sugarlabs.org) Activity Team being developed,
> so they would be able to give some guiding inputs too!
> Hope the above information helps to get started. Let me know your thoughts.
> cheers
> Arjun
> On Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 10:02 AM, Arjun Nayini <aanayini at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Long time no talk!
>> I dont know if you remember me but I am a student at IMSA and I'm
>> interested in OLPC Health.  Currently I'm at the Boston Headquarters working
>> on a deployment initiative to a local school (6th grade class).  Their
>> curriculum requires a study of anatomy so I am very interested in
>> contributing to an Anatomy educational activity.  Do you have any ideas or
>> have you heard of anyone willing to continue work on the Anatomy activity?
>> Thank you so much and I hope to hear from you soon
>> ----Arjun
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> Arjun Sarwal
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