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Gerry Stahl

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Registered: 12/4/04
Please help to set up virtual work teams
Posted: Jul 15, 2004 10:42 PM
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I added a number of new items to the home page of the VMT wiki at

There is new information related to last month's VMT International
Workshop, including a Workshop Report.

Under Project Progress, there is a Report on Year I and a Plan for
Year II.

There are three new wiki areas with [VMT PedagogyVirtualWorkTeam
pages], [VMT SoftwareVirtualWorkTeam pages] and [VMT
ResearchVirtualWorkTeam pages] for our three new virtual work teams
that we want to set up with email lists and wiki sites. Each area has
the relevant part of the Plan for Year II and space for discussion
issues. Some of the areas have additional information, including the
teams that were suggested at the end of the workshop.

Please review this new information and make suggestions for changes or
additions by next Wednesday's meeting. You can use this email thread
to discuss changes and make additions directly in the wiki pages.

After next week's meeting, I would like to send an email to all
workshop participants and invitees, welcoming them to join our new
email discussion lists and participating in the Virtual Work Teams
using the wiki areas. I will also point them to the Workshop Report,
the Report on Year I and the Plan for Year II.

I realize that each of you is working on your own task for the VMT
project this summer, but I would appreciate your thoughts about this
effort to set up the virtual work teams, which is also an important
goal for the summer.


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