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Oracle Academy und Curriki wecken gemeinsam Schülerinteresse an Informationstechnologien

07 Oct 2013

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Oracle und Curriki stellen ihren Java-Kurs "Creating Java Programs Using Greenfoot" einer breiten Öffentlichkeit zur Verfügung

Redwood Shores /München, 7. Oktober 2013. Die Online-Lernplattform Curriki und Oracle Academy haben ihre Kooperation weiter ausgebaut und stellen Schülern und Lehrern nun auch ihren "Creating Java Programs Using Greenfoot"-Kurs zur Verfügung. Beide Partner wollen so gemeinsam das Interesse junger Menschen an zukunftsweisenden Informationstechnologien ausbauen und schlummernde Programmier-Fähigkeiten wecken.

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Markus Pflugbeil
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Markus Pflugbeil
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vibrio. Kommunikationsmanagement Dr. Kausch GmbH
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0049 89 32151 862
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0049 89 32151 77
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0049 171 4319 886
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markus.pflugbeil@vibrio.de
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About Curriki
A non-profit organization, Curriki is the leading K-12 global community for teachers, students and parents to create, share, and find open learning resources that improve teacher effectiveness and student outcomes. A Computerworld Honors Laureate for 2012, Curriki was selected as the 21st Century Achievement Award winner for Digital Access. With more than 335,000 members and 46,000+ learning assets, Curriki reaches more than 8 million users worldwide. Join today www.curriki.org.

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