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Thanks,

I'll let you know how far I get?

Dewayne
On Sun, 16 Feb 2003, Don Osborn wrote:

> Dewayne, Since I gather you are at NC A&T, have you been in touch with
> African Studies centers in other universities in the eastern US such as at
> Pennsylvania or Florida?  Another point of contact would be the African
> Language Teachers Association (ALTA) which btw will apparently be holding
> its 7th annual meeting at LSU in April (see
> http://african.lss.wisc.edu/nalrc/announce/upcoming/ALTA2003%20Announcement.
> htm ).
> 
> I don't know what your plans are but it would seem like a big undertaking
> but I'd think one would want to use the strengths of other programs to
> advantage (in a collaborative way) where possible.  In your region I'm aware
> that Clark U. Atlanta was trying to start an overseas study program in
> Niamey - not sure where they are with that or if they were able to link up
> with an existing program Boston U. has here.
> 
> To tie this in with the list topic, I am quite interested in this area as I
> believe there is a potential for distance collaboration among African
> Studies programs offering African languages in the US (and North in general)
> and multilingual IT efforts in higer education and development in Africa.
> 
> Please write me offline if you think I could be of more help. I am out of
> academia now, but maintain contacts that may be able to help you more than I
> can.
> 
> Don
> 
> Don Osborn, Ph.D.         [log in to unmask]
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> Sent: Friday, February 14, 2003 3:00 PM
> Subject: Re: RFI: African languages on the web
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> 
> > How Can I get an African language center going on the east coast?
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Dewayne
> >
>