Wednesday, February 11, 2009

[MLE] MLE videos on YouTube; India Video added

Dear MLE friends,
The India MLE video has now been added to the YouTube list. It is a good link to pass on when you do advocacy with policy makers. Give it a try and watch it, it only takes a few minutes!

Same, but less distracting:  http://in.youtube.com/ttextservices

For those of you who know Oriya, also some clips from the Orissa OPEPA pilot project have been uploaded and can be watched.

Regards,
Karsten

Karsten van Riezen
Education Consultant, SIL Int.
SIL, South Asia Group.

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From: Karsten van Riezen (Ed consultant) [mailto:karsten_van_riezen@sall.com]
Sent: 08 January 2009 19:39
To: karsten_van_riezen@sil.org
Subject: [MLE] MLE videos on YouTube

Dear MLE friends,
Some people rather watch a video than reading a document on MLE. The videos that were produced a while ago by UNESCO Bangkok (In collaboration with SIL) are now on YouTube: Using modern technology for advocacy!

There are 7 clips organised into a YouTube "playlist", which can be accessed either through the tText website


or directly from a YouTube "Channel"


The links are publicly available through either site.  Soon also the India based video clip will be added. I’ll let you know when that happens.

Regards,
Karsten

Karsten van Riezen
Education Consultant, SIL Int.
SIL, South Asia Group.

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