From Bill @ FunnyMonkey–
On Saturday, March 9th, from 10-4, at Lick Wilmerding High School in San Francisco, we are helping to run an Open Content Authoring Day. These events are working days; the goal of these days is to help create better learning resources, available under open licenses, that we and our peers can modify and reuse.
If you are a teacher who has notebooks (or hard drives) filled with work you have used in your classroom, and you want to connect with other educators to create more effective lessons, this event is for you!
If you are a technology director and work with some teachers who are looking to expand their professional networks, come, and bring some teachers – this event is for all of you!
If you want to get a jump on curriculum planning for future courses, and you don’t want to plan in a vacuum, this event is for you!
To help people get a better sense of what the day is about, and to help people prepare to make the most of the day, we created a list of pre-reqs designed to help people walk in to the day prepared. These steps are based on holding past open content events, and from presenting to varies audiences about open content. The pre-reqs are described at
Attendance for this event is capped at 45; please sign up to reserve a spot. This event is free to attend.