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Hi everybody in the list,

I am very happy and proud to inform you know that the Free-Moodle Greek
team have just launched a public anouncement about the imminent start of
a series of lessons on LibreOffice. I forward a translation in English
and I hope you find this inititative quite encouraging and a promising
action in support of LibreOffice.

Constantine Mousafiris is an initiative that enables teachers and others to
create and support free courses so that others anywhere in the world
can access these, entirely for free. The purpose of is
at once ambitious, and very simple.  In essence it is: To provide
educators and learners opportunities to change the world for the
better through access to free education using Moodle. FreeMoodle is
exclusively funded by Human Resource Development International,
official Moodle Partner based in New Zealand (

In this site three certified Moodle teachers from Greece, Vasilis
Palilis (BS in Physics and Education), George Chalatzoglidis (Science
Teacher Med) and Anna Krassa (eLearning Consultant) will re-offer two
e-courses which have been awarded with the Stamp of Good Practice of
the Action Mathisi 2.0 Plus (

the Presentations with the use of LibreOffice Impress (22 Oct - 16 Dec
2012) and
the Spreadsheets with the use of LibreOffice Calc (22 Oct - 27 Dec 2012)

These courses are based on the e-courses that the Team of Asyncrhonous
eLearning of the Library of University of Macedonia had run, under the
educational responsibility of the professors K. Margaritis and V.
Dagdilelis, during 2007-2009.

Note that courses are in Greek and are freely available under Creative
Commons - Attribution - Share Alike 3.0 Unported. For more details on
the project you may contact us at: anna [at]

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