On Thu, 12 Feb 2004 23:09:25 +0000
Timothy Murphy <tim at birdsnest.maths.tcd.ie> wrote:
> I've been a bit surprised at the positive view taken of the ECDL
> (which I know nothing about)
> as my impression was that it was absurdly simple,
> not to say simple-minded.
> Is that completely wrong?
> Is a course leading to EDCL a reasonable choice
> for the not particularly computer-oriented?
It is absurdly simple. I did it in transition year. By which I mean, I
taught it in transition year.
> I take it that such a course would in fact be entirely MS-based?
The one I took was. I wasn't aware there were variations. Are there
actually or just theoretically?
> Incidentally, if a Linux ECDL is a sensible aim,
> surely it should be approached at a European level.
> Is there a European organisation linking national LUGs?
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