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It’s really great that people are beginning to sign up to the Working Group mailing list and follow the newly launched Twitter account. People are also beginning to introduce themselves and talk about the activities and initiatives they are involved with. It’s clear already that we are a hugely varied crowd. Members come from all over the globe and are interested in open education for lots of different reasons. We already have educators and learners, researchers, policy makers, activists and business people on board.
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