On Friday 13 February 2004, zion89 at mail15.com (Kevin Houlihan) wrote:
>It is absurdly simple.
Yes, it is, to anyone on this list. But out there in the real world of
Fair City and Emmerdale Farm watchers the ECDL gives a grounding in many
very abstruse ideas, like files and (gasp !) folders. Indeed, a friend
of mine who gives ECDL courses (and makes some tidy money so doing)
recently told me that the latest syllabus includes the concept of
degrees of relationships in databases. I was flabbergasted, and he
figured that that would be about the state of his average ECDL pupil
>The one I took was. I wasn't aware there were variations. Are there
>actually or just theoretically?
As I stated in an earlier post in the thread, there are courses based on
other software. From what somebody posted the other day, it seems that
Linux / OO based courseware may already exist, at least in Italian,
which is interesting.
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