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RFID Open Learning Project
By M. Finger 2005-11-18 09:28:41 PM
The 1st global RFID Open Learning Project launched today in the SF Bay Area (California, USA). Here is what the founders released on their website: “We dedicate this site to all-about-RFID-technology, but from a learning point of view. Our goal is to offer a virtual academy (e-Academy) to freely and openly learn and brainstorm about RFID solutions and applications. We will launch ongoing e-learning sessions, live and interactive virtual meetings, case studies, products and solution presentations, etc. We plan to take full advantage of all our resources as the founding team, but we need also your help. Let us know whether you want to teach a free online class, share a case study, or make a one-time presentation on any aspect of RFID. … RFID Open Campus is the best place for professionals to gain a global reputation by donating part of their technical knowledge back to the global community."
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