[Teaching] New list for educators: teaching at lists.ocaml.org

Anil Madhavapeddy anil at recoil.org
Sun Nov 9 20:08:05 GMT 2014

Dear Caml-list,

There have been several requests from professors who are teaching OCaml in schools and universities to have a forum to discuss issues relating to using OCaml in an educational context.

I have created the <teaching at lists.ocaml.org> mailing list for this purpose:

    Subscription: http://lists.ocaml.org/listinfo/teaching
    Web Archives: http://lists.ocaml.org/pipermail/teaching/

There is an informal wiki that is gathering information for eventual importing to OCaml.org here:

   (and the associated pull request: https://github.com/ocaml/ocaml.org/pull/565)

If you would like to contribute, please free to join the list by following the first link, or contribute pointers to useful teaching resources at the wiki or OCaml.org site.  In particular, if you teach a course and don't mind being publicly listed, adding yourself to the index helps other people who are considering using OCaml.

As a reminder, anyone can request a mailing list on lists.ocaml.org if it is relevant to the OCaml language or ecosystem.  Just drop a line to me or to <infrastructure at lists.ocaml.org> for more information.


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